If I have to leave them in my account then they are in the fixed location in the list I would like to add the replacements.Just another call for being able to reorder the list without the add/remove dance.My suggestion is to add an option to the app that marks a camera as stolen and if it ever gets connected to a Blink system an IP trace to give location and video is captured and sent back to the original user to forward to the police.If they steal your camera they cannot add it to another system while it is listed on yours. I have misgivings with anyone being able to turn recording on my cams without my knowledge.I would think the stealing of these cameras would be rare. I will let you know if the camera is still there in a few months time.Thank you for the feedback I think the issues highlighted in this discussion thread are all easily addressable - this could even be an optional feature so users with privacy concerns or countries where the law would be prohibitive could opt out.DISCLAIMER AND LIMIT OF LIABILITY: OTHER THAN AS ABOVE, ARLO MAKES NO REPRESENTATIONS OR WARRANTIES OF ANY KIND, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, REGARDING THE ATR PROGRAM.ARLO WILL NOT BE RESPONSIBLE OR LIABLE FOR ANY LOSS, DAMAGE, COST, OR INJURY THAT ARISES FROM OR RELATES TO PARTICIPATION IN THE ATR PROGRAM, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO: (I) LATE, LOST, DELAYED, DAMAGED, MISDIRECTED, INCOMPLETE, OR UNINTELLIGIBLE CLAIMS; (II) TELEPHONE, ELECTRONIC, HARDWARE, SOFTWARE, NETWORK, INTERNET, OR COMPUTER MALFUNCTIONS, FAILURES, OR VIRUSES; (III) FAILED, INCOMPLETE, GARBLED, OR DELAYED COMPUTER TRANSMISSIONS; (IV) THE USE OR DOWNLOADING OF ANY SOFTWARE OR MATERIAL IN CONNECTION WITH THIS ATR PROGRAM; (V) TYPOGRAPHICAL OR OTHER ERRORS IN THE PRINTING OF THE OFFER OR ADMINISTRATION OF THE ATR PROGRAM; AND (VI) ANY OTHER CONDITION THAT MAY CAUSE THE ATR PROGRAM TO BE DISRUPTED.
I had a similar system on my mobile phone called Cerberus.
Not only helped me track, gave me the ability to record video and voices, or set an alarm.
We all have devices we carry every day that has the ability to be hacked or mispurposed from their intended means, but we allow a certain amount of trust from the manufactures to give us the security and ease of use. Let’s say I have two cameras stolen and want to replace them.
Nothing would happen until you marked the camera as stolen so once the camera is marked stolen it could be added to another system and it wouldn’t record without your permission without it being marked as stolen which would address privacy concerns Nothing would happen until you marked the camera as stolen so once the camera is marked stolen it could be added to another system and it wouldn’t record without your permission without it being marked as stolen which would address privacy concerns I think the mark as stolen feature would be a reasonable one.
It could tell the person adding it that the camera was stolen, like if they purchased it online from the person who stole it (I mean, how many home robbers have a Blink system themselves to add a stolen camera to? And maybe Blink could identify the IP address of someone that’s trying to add the stolen camera to another sync module.