I also have other v3 cams… but they’re either running other test firmware or the current production firmware. The 13 cams I updated today each have differences… connection type, connected accessory, service, etc.
Updated all cams smoothly, but 3/4 of the updated v3’s are displaying very choppy cloud playback. Also noticed that usual cloud recording time has been reduced by about 5 seconds per clip. Perhaps an attempt to reduce cloud storage bandwidth? Have tired rebooting multiple times. Android beta app 2.33.0.b139
Will you check this using the beta iOS app 2.33.0(14) with a non-v3 event and also if possible against a v3 event with older firmware (or current beta firmware with older pre 22.214.171.1243 event)? Wondering if this is an app, firmware or both problem.
Just wanted to report that I have a user on the Wyze Discord Server who is reporting that 3/3 of the cameras he tried to upgrade all went completely non-responsive on him. He tried rebooting them and they still won’t respond. Error code 90. I am walking him through flashing the firmware back to the latest Production firmware, but I wanted to report the incident in here.
Discord Thread about this user’s issue updating to this beta firmware starts here:
But I’ve summarized the relevant info already…3/3 attempts failed, all 3 are non-responsive with error code 90 even after attempting a reboot of the camera. User is now in the middle of flashing back to production firmware to see if that restores functionality.
Sounds a lot like the issue I reported for the v2 and Pan v1 here:
The worst part is the random, continuous uploads to the cloud, which eat into my ISP-imposed data cap. A single cam can easily upload 2-5GB of who-knows-what to the cloud depending on when I detect and stop it; more if it occurs during the night or if more than one acts up at the same time.