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sonic113

Best Dash Cam For Mk2 Focus????

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Proper well done sonic your crimp is also very professional although I ignored that to keep it simple I like that others can put their own twist on it to suit their needs, the mobius is a very flexible cam

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any body know how to change the date on this camera

mine sometimes doesnt switch on when i turn the ignition on

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Is that the same camera James has? He would know if so

sent him a pm

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Proper well done sonic your crimp is also very professional although I ignored that to keep it simple I like that others can put their own twist on it to suit their needs, the mobius is a very flexible cam

Thanks Kurt. Been using the Möbius for a few days now and its great. I'm considering one for the rear window. Also going to experiment with the motion sensor as well. Would be nice to use that when parked up.

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any body know how to change the date on this camera

mine sometimes doesnt switch on when i turn the ignition on

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That looks like the gs800l camera. James has this cam and I know that there is a glitch somewhere in it that he resets its every now and then I think its when the memory card gets full maybe.

have you got this hardwired in or running of the 12v socket?

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That looks like the gs800l camera. James has this cam and I know that there is a glitch somewhere in it that he resets its every now and then I think its when the memory card gets full maybe.

have you got this hardwired in or running of the 12v socket?

its hard wired .ill try a reset see what that does .

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its hard wired .ill try a reset see what that does .

No problem you can also upgrade the firmware I think as well on this camera. See how a reset goes first and you may have to go through the on screen settings to set them to your own preferences reset usually reverts back to factory settings.

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No problem you can also upgrade the firmware I think as well on this camera. See how a reset goes first and you may have to go through the on screen settings to set them to your own preferences reset usually reverts back to factory settings.

how can i upgrade firmware ?

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I'm not 100% sure myself but a quick google may show you how.

What exactly is your cam doing?

Is it charging and working OK as a standalone camera?

Are you just having these issues when its hardwired in to car?

was is working fine up to a point that any changes or anything was made?

From what James has said about that model of can its seem to be pretty reliable so I would say that any issues your having is probably easy fixed.

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