Yes! I have the same problem on a Samsung Galaxy Tab A 10.1 (SM-T510). It ran flawlessly 24/7 displaying a group of 8 cams (4 at a time) under Android 10 until I updated the tab to Android 11 / Samsung One UI 3.1, then it immediately started crashing back to the Wyze Home screen.
I tried older Wyze app versions (beta and production), older cam firmware, changing group size (2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 cams), changing type of cams in group, landscape and portrait orientations, enabling and disabling hardware decoder, networking changes, location changes, cache clearing, uninstall/reinstall, etc., etc. to no avail.
My SM-T510 can display a single cam, either standalone or from a group, without fail. But that kind of defeats the purpose of purchasing a 10"+ display. Rather than going through the pain of reverting the tab back to Android 10 / One UI 2.x, I just went to Costco and picked up another Samsung Galaxy Tab A7 10.4 64GB (SM-T500) running Android 11 (different kernel and security) and a more feature-packed Samsung One UI Core 3.1. Those sub-$200 (on sale with rebate) SM-T500 tabs have been running 24/7 for 2 months now while my SM-T510 continues to fail.
I’m pretty sure there’s a streaming problem (buffer overrun?) under Samsung One UI 3.1 and unfortunately, Samsung has no plans to migrate One Core 3.1 to lower-end tablets and phones.
Which OS and UI are you running on your SM-T510?