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How To Install MicroSD Card In The M7B5MP-SWSAA For FTP Alert Clip

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Use PH1 screwdriver. Unscrew two screws and open the cover to install microSD card. The size of the microSD card can be from 8GB to 128GB.

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July 29th, 2019 at 2:44 am

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The New Android 64bit Not Support Old Android Device

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The updated Android app 64bit is required by Google. The 32bit old device is not in the new Google requirement.
Your device is not compatible with the new Google API. To fix the problem, you can
1. You can download our old version Android app at https://www.microseven.com/download/M7.AS-2.0.23.apk
or
2. You can send your Android tablet device to Microseven, we may make it work with Google play store for future downloading. I will send it back to you.

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July 23rd, 2019 at 11:10 pm

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Where To Find The Downloaded Clip On Andriod Phone

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Where can you find the downloaded clip from the cloud to Android phone:

You find the clip from Gallery app on the Android phone.

Gallery app

 

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July 17th, 2019 at 10:46 am

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How To FTP The Alert Motion Clip

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How to FTP the motion alert clip to FTP server, here is the snapshot to check on the box and send the motion alert clip to FTP server:

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July 15th, 2019 at 10:02 pm

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How To View NVR Monitor Screen Remotely On The App

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How to view the NVR monitor screen remotely on the app:

Before you add the NVR screen on the app, you have to find the NVR QR code and NVR port number as well as the NVR username and password.

Steps to find this information:
1. On the local NVR screen, click on the right mouse button to pop up the properties window:

Properties

2. Click on ‘System Information’ to find the QR code, and get the app to scan the QR code:

find QR code

You will use the app to scan the QR code:

QR code

3. Find the NVR port, if you don’t change it, it is 80 by the factory default. To find it, click on ‘Network Setup’:

Find port number

The 80 is the factory default port number:

The port

Now you are ready to add the NVR to the app and make it accessible remotely. You have to connect to the NVR via the router over the internet.

4. Download ”SoCatch’ app from the app store, and install it on your device. Tap on the icon:

SoCatch icon

5. Open the app, and tap on ‘+’ to add the NVR:

Add

6. Scan the QR code on the local NVR monitor screen, tap on the light blue ‘QR code scan’ on the ‘Host’ field, and fill out all the information on the adding page:

Scan

7. After you add the NVR to the app, then tap the NVR in the list:

Added

8. Now, the NVR is ready to access remotely via your device:

View remotely

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July 13th, 2019 at 12:02 pm

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