Same for me. The setup on the "Chinese junk" cameras just works, and the camera does what you expect it to. In all fairness, I attribute this to older and more stable hardware and firmware vs. bleeding edge technology in the newer models. And after a couple of years, 2 of my Chinese market cameras have quit working. For what they cost I'm not crying too hard.hmm maybe. Funny thing is all my 'Chinese to english hacked' camera's work fine from pc, mobile and NVR. A legit one is giving me problems!
Very strange if that license didn’t come with the firmware? After all it was as a result of updating the firmware that resulted in this error so logically updated firmware might well resolve the issue.Apparently it is a license error rather than a firmware error, so regardless of what firmware is loaded, unless the license is current and valid you will always get the triangle error.
Firmware is generic, the license is cam specific. Unless there's a logic change in the firmware maybe for the license check?Very strange if that license didn’t come with the firmware? After all it was as a result of updating the firmware that resulted in this error so logically updated firmware might well resolve the issue.
You are right, only an license update will fix this issue, I have updated 2 of my cams from "General_IPC-HX5XXX-Volt_Eng_NP_Stream3_V2.800.0000000.0.R.190521.bin" to the new official release "V2.800.0000000.8.R, Build Date: 2019-09-02". The issue didn't fix.Firmware checks license, license comes back says its expired. Thus the triangle.
So its not a matter of updating the FW, its a matter of updating the license.