See further up in this thread. If you’re using special characters in your password for your camera, try changing to the password to all basic alphanumeric characters:
Ok, now it is ok, but i have one problem only the fire tablet… the image are not view…
On amazon i try to use Chrome and Silk, but nothing…
All other support i see the image… What is it the possible problem?
Can you view the image using the direct image URL in those browsers? If not, it may be a networking issue.
Otherwise, it could be a mixed content issue as noted above. Many people use Fully Kiosk Browser on their Fire tablets and that also has a setting for allowing mixed content.
Via HTTPS - I’m seeing the same thing (first load works fine, 2+ fail). This issue appears to have started after the newest NVR v3.0x firmware update. It was working perfectly fine prior. The update disables HTTP access by default, but even after re-enabling HTTP on the NVR it appears to still default to HTTPS for any subsequent reloads.
Safari does report an error with the SSL cert from the NVR. I’m wondering if this has something to do with this…?
and sorry, but i have a problem…
Now i buy a Samsung Tablet for new show my dashboard (10")… but i don’t open the page sharptools…why?
I compare only queston mark?
Can you share a screenshot of what you’re seeing? Lots of people use Samsung tablets, so it’s likely a local configuration error. You would need to share more details for us to help troubleshoot.
Thanks for sharing the screenshot. It looks like the page isn’t loading at all.
Is that using the native Samsung Internet browser? Have you tried another browser like Chrome or Fully Kiosk? If it works in another browser, but not the Samsung one, you could try clearing the cache/data for your Samsung browser to see if that helps.
Hello, actually this situation:
Fully : visible, but I lost the cam picture
Chrome : nothing
Fire: visible, but I lost cam
Safari: visible, but I lost cam
It is very strange… I didn’t change no one settings.
If the image is fundamentally not loading anymore, I would go back to the basics – make sure that you can view the media URL directly in your browser. If you can’t open the media URL directly in your browser (eg. without SharpTools involved at all), then the troubleshooting should be focused on your camera/networking setup.
(In Chrome where the web app isn’t loading at all, you might try clearing the cache/data as suggested above.)
Ken, I am having the same issue after the NVR 3.0 Update. The feed appears fine until the auto-refresh the image breaks.
OK. Yeah - I still have not found a solution… Ugh.
Still no solution for the image no longer loading on the refresh?
We have a feature in beta that disables the cache buster parameter during auto-refresh. I can get you added to the beta group if you’d like to try it?
Here’s the details on the new option… including the caveats of needing a media source that properly supports ‘refresh’ without a cache busting parameter.
Yes please add me. Thanks