Your AimCam requires a simple firmware update to resolve this issue. Please see instruction on how to complete this update here- AimCam Firmware
Firstly, your AimCam should never turn off whilst recording unless your AimCam's battery is flat or your SD is full.
This fault is caused by a corrupt micro SD card. To resolve this fault you will need to format your micro SD card this can be done via your computer or in AimCam Live APP.
Your WiFi should not automatically come on when powered up. This can be caused by corrupt or outdated firmware on your AimCam.
To correct this you should perform a simple and quick AimCam firmware update. Please follow the link to the firmware download and instructions page- AimCam Firmware
This could be caused by a several of issues-
1. AimCam battery is flat- Please fully charge your AimCam and try again.
2. You are using a micro SD card bigger than 32GB- AimCam can only support micro SD cards 2GB to 32GB.
3. Your SD card is full
4. Your micro SD card is corrupt and needs re-formatting.
This is a warning to indicate a PCB fault on your AimCam please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to help diagnose the issue.
Ensure you have a WiFi connection with your mobile device and your AimCam. Follow the connection instructions within the AimCam Live APP and/or watch this short video on how to connect your AimCam- Connection video
This is due to the battery being at a constantly low level and the external powerbank is not recharging your AimCam quick enough. To fix this power your AimCam off and fully recharge.
This is completely normal like any other electrical device.If you feel your AimCam is getting dangerously hot turn it off immediately and contact AimCam at email@example.com
Please make sure your AimCam has power if the problem persists please contact AimCam at firstname.lastname@example.org
For some reason, Samsungs media player does not support AimCams codec. We are currently working hard to resolve this.
You can resolve this by downloading the free APP VLC Player on your APP store. If you play your AimCam media through VLC your audio will be supported.