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Hi Camfriends!IPC-AJ60AS CMOS Network 2mp camera  #4.jpgIPC-AJ60AS CMOS Network 2mp camera  #3.jpgcloudcam.pngIPC-AJ60AS CMOS Network 2mp camera  #4.jpg
I recently bought this China IP Camera but struggle to control it. I need rights to change things like password. Please check attachments and comment. BI detected the camera and named it Eyeplus or EyeplusDev. Firmware: 3.4.0.09.28 I also managed to open it with Onvif but cannot change things and save. Like password or user or to have a fixed IP. The program that was described in a "operation manual" for the Cloud WiFi Camera is the YCC365 app with login YCC365 and pswd 0123456. My goal with this is to get in touch with somebody that could advise how to take control over this camera. Regards Tyte
 
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have you tried to connect to the camera using Internet explorer or Palemoon32 browsers. Do not use chrome, Firefox, safari.

You are running into the standard problem of using wifi noname cameras that are suppose to be cloud based.
 

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have you tried to connect to the camera using Internet explorer or Palemoon32 browsers. Do not use chrome, Firefox, safari.

You are running into the standard problem of using wifi noname cameras that are suppose to be cloud based.
Tnx :) I can try with IE not Edge or Chrome. Did you mean to write the local IP adress under IE or did you mean to use program like BI or Onvif?
 
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Enter the camera IP address in the address bar of IE. You will need the proper login credentials though and it may require a "plug-in" to get a stream going. Pale Moon, 32 bit version, is an excellent alternative to IE.
 

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Enter the camera IP address in the address bar of IE. You will need the proper login credentials though and it may require a "plug-in" to get a stream going. Pale Moon, 32 bit version, is an excellent alternative to IE.
Tnx, tested IE but its not correct login credentials I guess. Only with Onvif I can access some most screens but not possible to save anything.
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Without the proper login credentials, name and password, you're not going to be able to do anything constructive and are stuck with what it came with. If you do have the proper credentials and still can't change anything useful, you're stuck with a low end, consumer grade, camera. Buying by price is not a smart way to buy a camera.
 

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Without the proper login credentials, name and password, you're not going to be able to do anything constructive and are stuck with what it came with. If you do have the proper credentials and still can't change anything useful, you're stuck with a low end, consumer grade, camera. Buying by price is not a smart way to buy a camera.
Sure, fully agree but on the other hand its fun to test out stuff. Guess I have to find a firmware and instructions howto flash. :)
 

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Look to see in the documentation if the camera can do a hard reset. This may require you opening the camera up, sometimes there is a button, some times there are two tab that need to be shorted together, during a power cycle.
 

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Look to see in the documentation if the camera can do a hard reset. This may require you opening the camera up, sometimes there is a button, some times there are two tab that need to be shorted together, during a power cycle
Yes, look what i found inside. Could this be the microswitch you talk about? Also I found a SD slot, maybe it works :)
 

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Did not help to keep the microswitch pushed while power on, other ideas? Can read name of CoudCam in Onvif now after hard reset, but cannot save anything. 1579966592571.png
 

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do you get a login screen what you access it with just the IP address from IE or PaleMoon 32. You can also use other browser to see the login screen. If the reset work it should request a new username pass word.

Did you find the documentation online for this camera ?
 
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do you get a login screen what you access it with just the IP address form IE or PaleMoon 32. You can also use other browser to see the login screen. If the reset work it should request a new username pass word.

Did you find the documentation online for this camera ?
Yes, but I dont know what is user or password. I have tested many combinations without luck. No, no online doc. found. 1579990060140.png
 

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Hard reset from Onvif did open a few moore screens to read, but still not possible to delete or modify the user or password.
The microswitch found inside is just same reset switch as on the cable connector for power and RJ45
 

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SD Slot worked fine. I put in a 32Gb and I can control this with YCC365 Plus or the copy named Eyeplus apps.
 
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