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tedbear
Posted 12/20/2021 07:54 (#9387555 - in reply to #9387477)
Subject: RE: Using old Smartphone for surveillance/baby monitor etc.


Southern Minnesota
If a baby was involved I would certainly recommend going with something designed for that situation.

I just happened to run across this and since I had the "old" phone thought I'd try it. It may not be the answer for my needs but so far I'm quite impressed and it hasn't cost anything. I farm with my nephew and his sons and there are times they may come over to get something from my shop or such. I would be using the camera more for information rather than surveliance. If I was really concerned about surveillance I would likely invest in one of the systems designed for that purpose.

As far as battery life on the "viewer" phone, my experience so far is that I have the phone set to go to sleep after 30 seconds of nonuse. If the Alfred App detects motion from the "camera" phone then it, wakes up the viewer phone and gives me a message.



Edited by tedbear 12/20/2021 09:43
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