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Big Battery Hoarder. This is the app that keeps telling my phone to go to sleep. The UI on the PC is also very different. Both are inconsistent with the Lorex unit's UI, so it is necessary to practice using everything three times. Sometimes everything works perfectly, but then something happens that causes it to be turned off or on. It's difficult trying to locate it using these programs. Manuals for each of these apps are also needed in PDF format. Lorex, get it together.
Although I believe the app is very promising, I cannot view live views in HD. My phone can only playback a recorded video but it is blurry. I don't know how to change it to high definition. It is 4K and the recording is clear when played back on a connected tv.
The FLIR cloud feature on my old phone was still available, but is no longer accessible. The new app looks almost the same except that bright sky is considered a better background than black. It's important to remember that many phones now have dark mode, which saves battery. IR cameras also run in black and white a lot. It was easier to use and more appealing than the new app. You should ditch the blue
The system was in use for more than a year. The app suddenly stopped showing the events. I was able to view the motion events again after the latest firmware update, however it only lasted for about eight hours. It is now impossible to view any of the events that it records. It could be an acceptable app/system.
The app works well for the most part. I had some issues with notifications over the past month, but it turned out to be the app's update. I noticed that several of my apps had been manually disabled. I assumed it was an app issue so I removed it from my phone 3 or 4 times, until it appeared in my notifications area. It was turned back on, and I saved the selected notifications. Now it works correctly again. At least it takes a while to register my cameras, but that is just me.
It is okay to use the app to see your camera system. However, it is draining a lot battery and causes the phone to restart. App doesn't display live view. It's almost like the app gets stuck, and has no internet connection. It would be great if the battery usage could be reduced and there was a way to have dark mode and more stability. This can make it better. These issues will be fixed in an update. We look forward to an optimized app.
It crashes constantly, has slow performance and is often misinforming. It crashed about half the time on both my Samsung s7 tablet as well my Pixel 6. The app doesn't allow you to control every feature. The app is not user-friendly at all. The Lorex system cost me 3000 and I wish that I would have spent more money on a better brand. Accessing the cameras and the DVR from Windows is difficult for me.
The app won't open most cameras. Even if we're away from our home, the app will not open cameras. You will need to close the app and then reopen it multiple times until cameras pull up. Although I am aware that I do have an older system with wired camera, my husband just purchased a new DVR to replace the one that had crashed. The cameras still work. It doesn't help us that we can't pull the cameras up when we're away.
The app has been in my hands for a while, and I was looking to make it easier to use the NVR through the mobile app, instead of the cloud. The settings from Device Config are not saved correctly by the app. The Register Mode can be set to IP/Domain and I can add my IP address. Finally, the connection is tested. When I return to my home screen from Device configuration screen, it connects successfully. The video feeds display without any issues. The Register Mode has been changed to Device ID. In the Device ID field, you will see the IP address listed beside the QR code. If I click on connect, it fails to establish a connection. To reset the IP address and set the register mode to IP/Domain on the screen that opens the app every time, I have to go to the screen to setup the device. Android 12 is my phone. I have the app 1.3.2. I have written support at the provided email address but received no reply. I have not received any notice of receipt.
It's a complete joke! The phone app (Android), as well as the software running on my PC, is stuck in a stuck mode. It is experiencing problems. Cannot double-click on the camera to magnify it or use P.T.Z. Controls) When I reached out to technical support, they had no idea what was wrong. They never did find the issue and gave me remote access. Dumb and lazy are the only two words that spring to my mind.
This app crashes the computer and is junk. Searching for your device does not work. It will record the entire playback even if you have already clipped it. The app is not something I recommend to anyone, even an enemy. They should have something better.
It's not the best. I was really lost when I called their Support Center to find out that they needed to tell me to read up on the manual. Technical support is likely to have Cliffs notes, but they are winging it. Lorex has been my trusted supplier for many decades. I am no longer able to get the help I need.
This junk deserves 1 star. Although the old app wasn't great, it had 3.5 stars which I liked so it was acceptable. If I had the option to choose, this new app would get zero stars. Although live viewing works, playback does not work every time. You can't choose a time. Selecting a day is required. It crashes again before it can reach the time that I want to see. I was very disappointed.
It is excellent in terms of camera quality. Live view is handled flawlessly. The user interface is its biggest problem. The interface is terrible. It is especially terrible when you play it back. The app is terrible. But I still can see the NVR's playback on my monitor. You can also use my DDNS, which is great. Lorex, thank you. It's a simple fix and it will be a 5 star rating.
It works great. It's a great product. However, I was expecting to be able to view my 16-channel network security system. It crashes up to four times before it comes up when I try to open the app to view something. When it does finally come up, the content I need to see is gone. When I check my saved footage, there's almost always some pixelation and a skip. This is why I won't be buying again.
Follow below steps to download and install Lorex Cloud app for Desktop
First, download and install an Android emulator software to your Laptop.
Run the emulator software and open Google play store to install Lorex Cloud
Now, you will be able to setup and run Lorex Cloud on your Computer via the emulator.
To troubleshoot any errors that you come across while installing the Android emulator software, you can go through the software’s official website.