If you have an Amazon Fire TV stick, which is android based, you can download the app from the google play store using a online APK downloader, & then simply “side-load” the app from your personal computer to your Fire TV stick. Then used ES-File explorer on your Fire TV & point it to your Windows P.C. & install it. Can see my cameras on my 50" 4k TV no problem.
I can confirm using the latest version of NoxPlayer (220.127.116.11 as of this posting), downloaded from www.bignox.com, works on my Windows 10 with the 1903 update.
Bignox emulates Android 5. I downloaded the Wyze app from the Play Store within the NoxPlayer, and logged in like I do on my Android phone and tablet. I am currently viewing my Wyze cameras on my Windows 10 computer using the emulator.
This was extremely easy to install and setup, so thank you for the direction on the NoxPlayer emulator for Windows.
Yes Please Wyze. Browser access for at least cam views is a must have - and should not be that hard to implement. I would imagine a single skilled coder could get you something within a couple weeks! Please do this asap.
This was brought up at their most recent ama, it’s something they are working on but with the security aspect there’s quite a bit that goes into it. they know it has been requested for quite a while but they are looking into it
Bam, I’m a developer as well. Perhaps require MFA for web login, then you have a best in class security offering. The competition certainly makes it available, no need for you guys not to be best in class by requiring MFA and making more broad access available. Viewing security footage on a tiny screen, with a hard to use scrubbing tool, certainly isn’t a great UX.