Another question about home cctv

  bumpkin 23:09 03 Dec 2018
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I have a fairly decent cctv system but the instructions and user manual are hopeless, I have even downloaded and printed the100 page version.

I have managed to get it online and thanks to some recent help get it connected to a time server. I wish to network it so that I can view it on other devices like my phone or other PCs on the network. I have looked on Google forums as well as the manual but I don’t understand terms like “Mapping” or “Port Forwarding” also tried downloading and installing suggested apps to no avail. System is Annke , nearly forgot to say that. Anyone here that understands this sort of thing.

  wee eddie 17:58 09 Dec 2018

Which version of Android OS. It may be too old for the software

  bumpkin 19:38 09 Dec 2018

it is 4.4

  wee eddie 21:13 09 Dec 2018

Android is currently on Version 9, is it possible that your Samsung is too old

  bumpkin 21:50 09 Dec 2018

The phone itself was only bought a few months back (new)but is does seem to have a very old version of Android, can I upgrade this somehow.

  wee eddie 22:15 09 Dec 2018

First: Read the Manual. It may tell you the version of Android required to operate its software

  bumpkin 15:09 10 Dec 2018

It doesn't appear to even in the full manual. just refers t "other devices"

  mildred hunter 15:55 10 Dec 2018

Annke View mobile client software, which is designed for mobile phone on the basis of Android OS (Version 4.0 or higher), can be used to remotely monitor the live video from embedded DVR, NVR, network camera, network speed dome and encoder via wireless network, play back record files, locally store and manage pictures and videos, control alarm output and realize PTZ control as well.

With this software installed in your phone, you are able to log onto the front-end device via Wi-Fi or 3G; besides, if there is no public IP available for the device, it’s accessible by using a dynamic domain name, or by mapping ports to the public IP of router.

  lotvic 21:13 13 Dec 2018

mildred hunter, plagiarism The practice of taking someone else's work or ideas and passing them off as one's own.

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  Valentinajacob 10:47 04 Jan 2019

If you view the cams in Internet Explorer, you should see 3 QR codes on screen, for the Apps in Android & iOS and another which is the serial code for the device.

You can probably call them up somewhere in the main settings, but I don't have a display attached to the DVR itself to look, as it's hidden away.

  Valentinajacob 10:49 04 Jan 2019

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