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How to deal with the system message “Device is offline”?

1. Please check the status of the indicator light first:

- If it is solid blue or flashing blue slowly, please refresh the home page on the EZVIZ APP to check whether the camera becomes online or not.

- If the indicator light is flashing red slowly, you can try the following two methods:

1) Please reboot your router as it may be experiencing connectivity and range issues.

2) Unplug your camera, wait for 10-30 seconds, then plug it back in to see if this solves the offline problem.

2. If the camera is still offline, you can try to reconfigure it by following the steps below:

- Connect your smartphone to your 2.4GHz home Wi-Fi network if your camera supports 2.4GHz only.

- Open your EZVIZ APP, tap the three-dot icon to enter the Device Settings page and tap the Wi-Fi button.

- Reset the device by pressing the reset button for a few seconds.

- Wait for a while, make sure the indicator light turns to flash blue quickly and tap Next.

- Check that your WIFI and password are correct. Then tap Next to connect to device AP.

- Please wait for the device to be configured and your device should be back online. 

What should I do if the EZVIZ device does not turn on?

Please follow the steps below:

1. Check the power source: Make sure the power outlet you're using is working properly. You can also try plugging the camera into a different outlet.

2. Check the power cable: Check that the power cable is not damaged or frayed.  You can also try using a different power cable to see if this solves the problem.

3. Reset the camera: Try resetting the camera by pressing and holding the Reset button for about 10 seconds. This will usually restore the camera to its default settings and may help to resolve minor problems.

If the problem persists or if you encounter any further difficulties, please don't hesitate to reach out to EZVIZ customer support for additional assistance.

How to play Fast Forward playback?

All CloudPlay videos support quickplay at 1X, 4X, 8X, 16X and 32X speed.

However, if you use a Micro SD card as the storage medium, please note that only some EZVIZ cameras support quickplay on MicroSD card video in 1X, 4X, 8X, and 16X speed. If your device does not support this feature, you can connect your camera and mobile phone under the same router, then on the EZVIZ APP, go to LAN Live View>Tap Start Scanning>View video by Fast Play. For more detailed information, please contact the EZVIZ support team at support@ezviz.com.

How to avoid audio noise?

If you encounter a squealing sound when you are using the two-way talk feature, please kindly note that the squealing sound you hear is very likely a result of the audio feedback loop between the microphone of the camera and the speaker of your mobile phone, a normal acoustic phenomenon that occurs when a microphone picks up sound from a speaker while that speaker is playing sound from the microphone, thus creating a loop.

To avoid this, please ensure when you use two-way audio:

- there are no interfering objects around the camera such as metal objects, electrical appliances, electronic equipment, etc.

- there is no microphone or other radio equipment near the camera.

- your mobile phone is NOT too close to your EZVIZ device.

Otherwise, the audio feedback loop will create a high-pitched squealing sound.

What should I do if my camera goes offline frequently?

If your camera goes offline frequently, below are some troubleshooting steps to resolve the issue for you:

Step 1: Ensure both the firmware and EZVIZ app are running on the latest version.

Step 2: Ensure that your Wi-Fi network signal is good. You can check the signal by connecting your phone to the same WiFi your camera connects to, entering More page > Settings > Device Network Tools > Check WiFi signal.

Step 3: If not good, you can try to move the camera closer to your router, avoid obstacles and interference such as wall, elevator, microwave, washing machines, and Bluetooth devices. 

Step 4: If your WiFi router has an adjustable antenna, try pointing it in various directions.

Step 5: Try to change the Wi-Fi channel to a less crowded one.

Step 6: If possible, disconnect some devices you seldom use from your router.

Step 7: If your camera supports Ethernet cable, you can also try to connect it using a cable.

Step 8: If you have two EZVIZ devices and the other one is working fine, you can also try to switch the locations to further determine the issue.

What should I do if I'm unable to receive the verification code?

1. If you registered an account via email, please check your junk mail. If you still do not receive the verification code, you may have an email filter/block that is restricting this email. Please check with your email provider.

2. If you registered an account using a mobile phone number, please confirm that your mobile phone can receive SMS short codes. You can also try clearing the cache on your phone, restarting your phone, or inserting the SIM card into another phone to see if you can receive it.

3. If the issue persists after following the above steps and you need additional assistance, please provide your camera's SN, your phone number/email address, your country, the time of your request and a short video of the issue to the support center at support@ezviz.com.

I have insert Micro SD card, but app still shows “No memory card”?

If you have already installed an SD card in your camera, but the status on the EZVIZ APP shows "No memory card" or "Please insert an SD card", below are some troubleshooting steps to resolve the issue for you:

Step 1: Ensure both the firmware of your camera and the EZVIZ APP are running on the latest version.

Step 2: Ensure the SD card is class 10 or rated at UHS-1. The file format of the SD card should be FAT32 for capacities below 64GB and exFAT for capacities of 64GB and above.

We do recommend you check the compatible list on our website.

Step 3: Power off your camera, remove and reinsert the SD card, power the camera on, and then initialize the card again on the EZVIZ APP if the SD card can be recognized. Meanwhile, please make sure that the card has been installed correctly and is not defective or damaged.

*Before initialization, do remember to backup important files by saving or exporting them if necessary.

Step 4: If not working, try to factory reset your camera by holding the Reset button. This will turn the device to the default factory settings and might help resolve minor issues.

Step 5: To further rule out the SD card issue, you may try to test with a different SD card or install the card in question on another EZVIZ device.


How to solve Wi-Fi configure failed issue?

Please check the following settings below:

1) Check the frequency band on your router to ensure that it allows 2.4 GHz network mode transmission if your device supports 2.4 GHz only..

2) Ensure that your mobile phone is on the WiFi and ensure that the WiFi network is active and functional

3) Check the network condition:

    •Make sure your network has no firewall and no other limit.

    •Ensure the router can distribute IP address to your device or disable the static IP setting (DHCP is enabled by default on all EZVIZ devices).

4) Reset your camera; ensure that your device is in ready mode or Wi-Fi configuration mode > then use the EZVIZ mobile app for device Wi-Fi configuration.

How many mobile clients can access to a same EZVIZ account?

For APP version 6.0.0 and above, starting from 2023-10-15, a maximum of 10 terminals can be used simultaneously. Terminals exceeding 10 and remaining inactive for 3 months will be automatically removed.

What should I do if there is no video on CloudPlay?

1. Make sure your camera is online and it has a stable and strong internet connection. Poor or intermittent connectivity can prevent recordings from being uploaded to the cloud and we do suggest an average upload speed of 2 Mbps or better.

2. Make sure that your camera is not in Super Power Saving mode/Sleep mode/Privacy mode if your camera supports one of these features.

3. Ensure that your CloudPlay plan is active and in use. You can check the status of the service by going to camera Settings>CloudPlay. When the status is "Service paused", please check if the Recording button on the CloudPlay page is enabled. In order to check this, you will need to tap the three-dot-like icon in the top right corner of the CloudPlay page> Recording Setting.

4. If all the above settings are normal, please perform a test from your side to check whether the camera can be triggered normally or not. You may enable the Alarm Notification feature in camera Settings>Alarm Notification, then wave your hands in front of the camera lens until you can receive an alarm notification.

5. If you cannot receive an alarm notification when you perform the test, please reset your camera by pressing and holding the Reset button for a few seconds and reconfiguring it. This may help to resolve any problems.

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