Allow Wyze person detection to function more rapidly instead of the usual 12-15 second delay.
All Wyze needs to do is look at some of the others camera vendors that have overcome these limitations. If it involves $$$ put it to a customer based vote. Many people are willing to pay a little more to get substantial improvements…
Was that a statement or a question? I’m confused.
I do believe that was a statement or a request probably not a question
It was a wishlist request merged to this thread.
It would be great to have the option to save a motion event as a snapshot instead of just a video.
I’m looking at doing a whole house set up, I watched a video on youtube where a ring camera sent a notification in under 4 seconds, the wyze camera took 29 seconds. This is the only thing that is preventing me from buying Wyze. I don’t want to spend over $1,000 on Ring when I could get all Wyze for less than $200, but 30 seconds is too long.
I wish they would fix this.
My biggest wish is that the now years long issue of delayed notifications for Android users gets fixed, so that the many non iPhone users can also enjoy real time notifications … as opposed to getting a flood of them long after the fact when we unlock our phones screens. Otherwise the core group of products wyze offers- cams and sense devices- are little more than toys if you own an Android phone.
Seems that WYZE is still in denial that Android users notifications do not push through a locked home screen till at least 10 minutes or sometimes far longer after the fact…This is NOT the same as the delay caused by the time it takes to complete an event video to send the push. My “Wish” request got lumped into this thread, which has nothing to do with the Android bug that seriously needs to get resolved.
Thirty seconds? Try 10 minutes or more on a screen locked Android phone.
I use a ifttt application and that notifies me instantly when motion is detected on my iPhone… BUT a full 17 seconds pass before I get the motion detected notification from the camera and to my Alexa device.