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I noticed that while I was out today my two front cameras were disabled in the app. I had not ability or option to restart them remotely. When I returned they still didn’t turn on via the app. I had to remove and replace the cameras batteries for them to reactivate.
The battery on one was 39% and the other was on 77%. Both of these cameras are on the same WiFi router. The other two cameras are on a second WiFi router, but that router connects to the internet via lan cable to the other WiFi router that the front cameras are on and they didn’t turn off so I doubt it’s the internet.
I think this occurred after I set up a new Mode. It was the first time everyone was out of the house today, and so I created a new Mode for recording. I set this on all the cameras, and then about 5 minutes later we all left. It was during this time that the two front cameras went offline.
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