How to reset Xiaomi Xiaofang 1080P smart IP camera
By Zim Watson 2017-04-17 91789 458
When the connection between the Xiaomi Xiaofang 1080P smart IP camera and your smartphone fails or breaks frequently, or the camera cannot work normally, besides the phone's or the Mi Home application's factors, it may also because the IP camera gets something wrong. So resetting it is the simplest way to solve these errors. Users who don't know how to do it, please refer to the following steps.
Step 1. Remove the USB power cable from the power source or the IP camera to shut off the device.
Step 2. Reconnect the camera to the power source, once the status light on the camera's back lights (no matter the light is yellow or blue), wait for a while until it flashes.
Step 3. Use the card pin to stick into the SETUP hole which locates at the camera's bottom. Keep pressing it until you see the status light turns off and flashes again.
Step 4. Shut off the power and then connect it to the power again. Wait until the yellow status light lights and flashes again. Use the card pin to stick into the SETUP hole again and keep pressing it until you hear a Chinese audio which means "waiting to be connected", then stop sticking the hole.
Step 5. Launch the Mi Home app on your phone. On the My device interface, tap the right top + button to add device. Then find out the Xiaofang smart IP camera icon and tap it to add the device.
Notice: There are two Xiaofang smart IP camera icons, because Xiaofang has two connection mode - the AP mode and Remote mode. So choose the mode you prefer to connect it to your phone.
Step 6. Follow the guide to add the IP camera to the app and connect it to your phone.
After the steps, the Xiaomi Xiaofang 1080P smart IP camera is successfully reset. Hope this reset guide is useful for you.
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