After a power failure, my Wyze cams often fail to connect to my wifi router because the cam reboots too soon and the wifi signal isn’t available yet. In other words, the wifi router takes up to five minutes before broadcasting the signal. I worked around this problem by installing a mechanical timer on each cam with a 15 minutes power off ever night. This assures me that in the event of a power failure, my cams will be able to reconnect after the timer reboots the cam. This is important when it’s impossible to be physically on-site to manually reboot the cams.
Why doesn’t Wyze change the firmware so that if the cam isn’t successful in reconnecting the first time, it tries again every 30 minutes? Otherwise just have it reboot once every 24 hours.