Maybe it makes some kind of perverted sense that they would more or less support an older, presumably obsolete version of the product but not the newer one, but I sure don’t see it.
I guess all I can do is hope, after spending a LOT of money on Wyze hardware, that they will correct this oversight and it’s not going to be one of those “It’s on our list and we may get around to it someday…”.
I believe the reasoning is that the new video doorbell pro has a battery option, and like the WCO they don’t support battery cams on webview. They have said the reason for this is because some uses will leave the browser tab open and drain the battery very quickly.
Obv this could be fixed with a simple timeout or “are you still watching” prompt, but I guess Wyze decided to just block those cameras entirely for now.
I totally agree with you on this one, but I also see it from wyzes pov, they will probably get a lot of complaints from customers when their battery dies and they don’t understand that leaving it running uses battery.
I think there are plenty of workarounds for this issue however, and I hope Wyze looks into them sometimes.