You wouldn’t have happened to have gotten any explanation on what the difficult environments definition is would you? Instantly what comes to mind is hike congestion areas. But I would be interested to know how they combatted that if it was indeed that
Updated 17 cams to 126.96.36.19993 and 188.8.131.5293 via one click bulk update from previous Beta versions. All took the update and recovered without incident. Will test and monitor after first scheduled power cycle overnight.
Updated all v3. They continue to only show on Google nest for less than two minutes. Then it gets “ Camera feed not available.
v3 does not work on Google Home. Connecting>Camera unavailable (can’t reach camera)
I have unplugged both v3 and google nest for over 1 minute. Had Google nest and assistant look for devices, said devices linked.
Still no luck.
Pan cam works fine in google nest.
I am seeing the same thing with the V3. In a series of different streaming tests the camera will connect for a couple of seconds then show the same feed not available message. Other times it will work up to a minute but ultimately show the feed not available screen
Update failed camera went offline.
Half hour or so unplugged it, waited a min.
Plugged it back in only the front red led.
Speaker makes a little click, thats it
It no longer connects to wifi period.
Setup button does nothing.
Holding for 10s+ for Reset does not work.
Appears to be bricked
The cam pan V3 waypoints don’t work reliably. I have to keep clearing them and resetting them in order for them to work. Not sure what’s causing this but it won’t cycle through them after a certain amount of time or something. I can see the waypoints but when I tap on them the camera doesn’t move and remains and it’s original position even though motion tracking and Pan are turned on.
As for the others, unfortunately I’m still getting a video not available message through the Google home app on my phone when it tries to display the video. Was this firmware supposed to address that or just on a Google home display device? I know in previous versions you couldn’t watch the video through the Google home app. In order to do that you had to cast it to a Chromecast for Google home device directly so maybe the functionality still isn’t available through the Google home app directly??
However, all cameras did update successfully.
EDIT: THE CAM PAN V3 running firmware 184.108.40.20640 did display the camera feed in the Google home app on my Android device without an error…