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Pard Nv008 Compatible Apps

Discussion in 'Night Vision Optics and Illumination' started by Nimby, Dec 15, 2019.

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  1. Nimby

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    Hi there,

    Now that I own a Pard NV008, I wanted to see which apps are suitable for WiFi transmission to my mobile phone.
    As I own an android type phone the list that is to follow here, refers to android based apps.

    Since the app description on Google Play isn't always straightforward or even comprehensible at all, I started installing a lot of them and see what actually would connect to the Pard.

    Here is my list so far:

    HD WiFi (Shenshen wxl technology) : not
    HD WiFi Cam (Ulife team) : not
    Mini WiFi Cam (Michaelszc8) : not
    OK CAM plus (Qing Yan) : OK (but wants permissions that are irrelevant to the task, like your contacts but can be withdrawn without app crashing)
    OK CAM (Qing Yan) : not
    Open Camera (Mark Harman) : not
    PPShow (derek.gao) : OK (but wants permissions that are irrelevant to the task, like phone status and who you're calling. Permissions cannot be revoked without app crashing)
    StreamView (Song Yun Long) : not (meant for Yukon but eh, thought I'd give it a shot)
    WiFi Action Camera (JGHT Co.) : not
    WiFi Camera (Shenzhen V SYS Technology) : not
    wifi look (Mo-Link.com) : not
    WiFi View (Shenzhen wxl technology) : not
    WiFi-Camera-HD (Joyhonest) : not

    And there you are.

    Please feel free to add more apps and results. I'm looking forward to hear about your experiences.

    Regards,
     
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    I use roadcam
     
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    Ah! Hadn't thought in that direction.

    Well, here is my follow up:

    168CarDVR (ChainwayITS) : not
    AIT WiFi Cam Viewer (Canlet) : not
    AKASO DV (Akaso) : not
    Cam Viewer (nextbase UK) : not
    Car DV360 (xubinhuang) : not
    Car_DVR (Smart Cam) : not
    DashGo (Wonda) : OK (even managed to format SD card in Pard remotely :))
    Dride - Universal Dashcam Viewer (Dride) : OK

    F-Car (Gavin 558) : not
    FN Cam (Fusion Next) : OK (mind those permissions, though)
    GoVue (Rear View Safety) : not
    Mi Dash Cam (70mai Co) : not
    RoadCam (derek.gao) : OK
    TimaCam (TimaNetWorks) : OK (but wants permissions to your phone that cannot be revoked for app to function)

    Unieye (Unieye) : not
    Viewer for BlackVue (Crazydog) : not
    WiFiCarDV : not
    Yi Dash Cam (YI Technologies) : not

    Still curious to hear of your experiences.

    Regards,
     
    Last edited: Dec 17, 2019
  4. Marky-Boy

    Marky-Boy Once a Monkey Always a Monkey

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    What’s the best one then chaps
     
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  5. Basil Henriques

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    I want to be able to watch the WiFi from the Pard NV008 on my Amazon Fire Tablet whilst on the range and also whilst hunting.
    Which in all you combined experience would be the best way to do this please ?
     
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  6. PBaz Barrett

    PBaz Barrett 'I love slinging lead me'..

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    Its easier if you hard wire it, wifi is very laggy..
     
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    I use DashGo :)
     
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    I tried DashGo but it was freezing and pixelated. Any ideas?
     
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    Just a thought the GoPro app works a treat with a GoPro and I’m assuming it works in a similar way as the pard with the apps suggested - remotely view through WiFi. Has anyone given this a go? I know you can save your GoPro videos straight to your phone With the GoPro app so with any luck if the app will connect to the pard we could do the same or perhaps the app will block it as it isn’t a GoPro. I will have a look when I get a few spare minutes as I’ve always found the GoPro app easy to use.
     
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    Road cam for me pal
     
  11. Chris161

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    Thank you. I think I’ll have to download that. No luck with GoPro.. Although to be fair to them I guess it’s made for their own cameras
     
  12. mealiejimmie

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    PPShow has worked on all my PARDs

    Cheers

    Bruce
     
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    Dazjul Active Member

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    If I could show you I would it quite decent
     
  14. AussieMick

    AussieMick Newbie

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    Another question on the App with the Pard, when viewing the live from the Pard, is it possible to zoom in on the App/phone, essentially to check longer range targets ?

    I'm about to pick up a NV008 LRF so curious on capabilities.

    Thanks
     

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