I expect you meant to reply to the topic at large or another person, rather than me.
Hi @PP007 You’ll need the 32Gb uSD card to manual flash any firmware. I’ve been using 64 Gb for recording and some have reported using 128Gb. Its worth a shot.
- Preferable to use High Endurance cards in your device such as Samsung PRO Endurance.
Info On HE Cards High Endurance Cards
Yes, I use 64 Gb class 3 cards and they work well. I had tried 128gb back then, but it was not recognized. Need to check again.
Mainly my question was for wyze dev team, as they have accepted this change for development now … whats the max size they are considering? And is the change compatible with existing devices via firmware upgrade?
I’ve 3 of the V3’s running on Samsung PRO Endurance 128GB for months with no known problems.
On 1 test I sat a V3 in front of a 47" TV which occupied about half the view. The TV was active from about 0600 when the first person up turned it on in the morning to about 2230 at night when the last person to retire for the night turned the TV off. Thus there were plenty of changing pixels throughout the day. But from 2230 to 0600 it was a static scene.
The 128GB card recording on SD filled up after about 13 days and started the normal overwriting.
I’m in a mood. Perhaps Wyze doesn’t support more than 32GB SD cards is because they only sell 32GB SD cards.
I use SanDisk 64GB High Endurance SD cards and have never had an issue, and I have over 25 cameras including 2 base stations and 8 WOCs.