yes, but I am having several problems:I'd check out the @rearanger excellent post here Hikvision G1 5.5+ firmware Exploring the Cam & attempting unlock
Once you get root shell on the camera you can change the logo to what you'd like. Will require UART access to the camera to get root in the first place however.
Thanks, truly grateful for your assistanceYou can mount the ubi volume that contains the IEfile.tar.gz if you poke about a bit using the display text as reference.
That will contain the logo you want to change.
Just checking one of my G1's and looks like after a firmware has booted first time it unpacks IEfile.tar.gz and deletes it.
So the files you are after would be
/dev/ubi5_0 on /dav_web type ubifs (rw,relatime)
mkdir /dav_web ubiattach -m 14 -d 5 -b 5 mount -t ubifs /dev/ubi5_0 /dav_web # find /dav_web | grep -i logo.png /dav_web/webLib/doc/ui/images/logo.png
This might help:Hello. I have 4 Annke C-800 Turret cameras (P/N I91BF, S/N start with 'E') , apparently equivalent to Hikvision P/N DS-2CD2383G0-I . My Annke cameras came with Factory Installed F/W = V5.5.83 , build 190313. Going to the Hikvision US website entry for that camera: 8 MP Outdoor IR Network Turret Camera and following the latest firmware download link, I find V5.6.3 build 190923 (11/20/2019) is the latest released firmware version (and newer than what is in my Annke Cameras). I also see from the Hikvision download EU portal that there are a couple newer versions than the latest released version. The latest shown on that site is V5.6.5 build 200316 (4/30/2020). Should I go with the released version or the newest version?