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Old 01-10-2019, 12:31 PM   #5401
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hahah.... even the company went down, ur cam still can use as long is not the cam issue

The problem is u ppl connect to their network rather than ur own.
So if their ddns down, all down. Actually is still up when u access from home internet.

I using wanscam, which is similar to sineoji. The person no longer sponsor ddns.


All these can be work around but need to do some setting on ur router & cam in order to access your router aka cam from outside IP.


I am using Sineoji 716v cameras after seeing all the positive reviews (apparently could be fake users, lol) and I must say that while the camera feed are clear and response time are good, the software is indeed lacking (fyi I'm using the old one, new app/software not supported by older cameras).

To play back the recorded videos stored in the SD card, I have to select 1 of many 10 to 15 mins video files under each camera. To make it worse there is no fast forward button. If you wish to locate an incident you have to waste a lot of time viewing each clip in their entirety.

Also, since last night my cameras (all 4) have been in the mode of "connecting" and "timeout". With a new maid at home this is not ideal. Hopefully the brand contact can help me resolve this soon.

Noticed that accessing my sineoji cameras from internet is getting quite long to connect since Saturday. Connecting from WiFi is fine.

Anyone facing similar issue?

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I'm also facing the same issue with my Sineoji cameras and also received the same update from Dean...
At first i thought it was my home network thankfully i asked if not I would have wasted my time resetting/ troubleshooting an issue that isn't mine..
Hopefully it'll be up soon as I'm sure loads of people are quite reliant on home monitoring systems when they're at work
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I was like u, bot due to the reviews here. think the image quality is good. Speed decent but the network issues is zzz. N I already have to service two cams in the past 1 year I had it. So durability is an issue. Seriously looking for alternatives now.

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Old 02-10-2019, 12:03 AM   #5402
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hahah.... even the company went down, ur cam still can use as long is not the cam issue

The problem is u ppl connect to their network rather than ur own.
So if their ddns down, all down. Actually is still up when u access from home internet.

I using wanscam, which is similar to sineoji. The person no longer sponsor ddns.


All these can be work around but need to do some setting on ur router & cam in order to access your router aka cam from outside IP.
I guess u referring to port forwarding and viewing the live video via a browser. Most ip cam uses flash on a browser

With browser ending their support for flash next year. I am quite concern .......
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Old 03-10-2019, 05:42 PM   #5403
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Hi guys, I'm looking for an IP Camera where its possible to record footage and zoom in.

Basically it will be mounted on the ceiling, and needs to be able to zoom in to read words on a computer screen.

Any recommendations? Thanks
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Old 03-10-2019, 11:49 PM   #5404
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better than XIAOMI MIJIA DAFANG?

My Wyze Cam is rock solid.

Switched on 24/7 and no hangup so far unlike my previous Foscam models.
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Old 04-10-2019, 01:35 AM   #5405
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better than XIAOMI MIJIA DAFANG?
Oh I don't have that.

I think HW wise maybe same.

But software and server wise, I trust Amazon more.
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Old 06-10-2019, 12:05 AM   #5406
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Sineoji still canít stream... see the app also so cui if I have known would not have gotten it. Compared it to Xiaomi, the latter is definitely more better.
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i dont think my one is using flash.... they use No Plug-In(For phone--JPEG)
similar to Sineoji

yes use port forward lor..

if router allow, u can setup own ddns also

I guess u referring to port forwarding and viewing the live video via a browser. Most ip cam uses flash on a browser

With browser ending their support for flash next year. I am quite concern .......

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Old 06-10-2019, 05:48 PM   #5408
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do port forward from ur router ? If u know hw

Sineoji still canít stream... see the app also so cui if I have known would not have gotten it. Compared it to Xiaomi, the latter is definitely more better.
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Old 06-10-2019, 11:14 PM   #5409
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do port forward from ur router ? If u know hw
I was using 4G Singtel to stream. I tried home wifi M1 then it works. So no idea whatís up with their connection to Singtel. Anyway just a heads up if you are planning to purchase
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i dont think my one is using flash.... they use No Plug-In(For phone--JPEG)
similar to Sineoji

yes use port forward lor..

if router allow, u can setup own ddns also
Did u view it on laptop ? If yes, which browser are u using ?
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Old 07-10-2019, 07:30 AM   #5411
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I use mobile. Use chrome Lo

Can use app also.
I using IP Cam viewer

Anyway, I use 3rd party ddns


Did u view it on laptop ? If yes, which browser are u using ?

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Old 07-10-2019, 07:34 AM   #5412
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Is something to do with your router and setup on IP camera

Need some technical skill here..
Nothing to do with m1 or singTel

I was using 4G Singtel to stream. I tried home wifi M1 then it works. So no idea whatís up with their connection to Singtel. Anyway just a heads up if you are planning to purchase
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Old 07-10-2019, 09:32 PM   #5413
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Is something to do with your router and setup on IP camera

Need some technical skill here..
Nothing to do with m1 or singTel
I using 4G can tell me what to setup? I not going through any router.
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Old 07-10-2019, 09:43 PM   #5414
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I using 4G can tell me what to setup? I not going through any router.
i would to clarify that last time was ok. nowadays sometimes it's working sometimes it's not so kinda frustrating. anyway if you have any solution let me know. thanks.
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Old 08-10-2019, 01:08 AM   #5415
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Ur ip cam is connect to your home router right...?

google on port forward and ddns.
Diff router brand had their own setting.
U need to tell ur router to allow outside network (not home direct or wifi) or etc u had to use Sineoji ddns.

I using 4G can tell me what to setup? I not going through any router.
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