Please note, when the device is recording, it's not connected to your ZUS App. Only connect the device when you want to access your files and/or configure the dashcam settings.
How to connect to the device?
1. Single-click the button to activate the device Wi-Fi when it's properly powered on. Once activated the blue light will start to breathe and you will hear two beeps.
2. Then, continue the operation on your phone, go to the settings: connect the Wi-Fi named ZUS_DC_XXXX (XXXX is a specific ID of your device, each device has a different 4-digits identifier). You don't need to input the password each and every single time when you want to connect to your device unless you have chosen "forget paired network" before this operation.
3. Go back to the ZUS app, you will see the dashcam icon on the Timeline page on top of the page, and once connected to the Wi-Fi, it will be lit up in green.
How to manage the device and adjust the settings?
Please connect to the device first and then you can change the settings.
To get an ideal view of the recording, especially during the installation. Adjust the video to the best angle to suit your vehicle.
By default the audio recording is off, if you want to record audio as well, please turn on this setting.
Video Recording Duration
When reviewing footage to share, instead of recording one large file, loop recording sorts each file into manageable segments at around 1/3/5 minutes. This makes the file easy to download and transfer. You can select the file length here.
By default, it's on. And we recommend that it stays on so you can easily know the time of the recording.
Choose from Low / Medium / High according to your habitual driving conditions.
Device System Time
The time displayed on your video recording, you may need to calibrate this if you haven't connected the device with your App for more than a month.
Battery Discharge Prevention
By default, the automatic turn on/off feature is off, if your vehicle still supplies power to the cigarette lighter receptacle after the engine is off, please read the instructions carefully and decide whether to turn it on or not.
SD Card Management
With loop recording, the card will need to be formatted on a regular basis. This is when there is a build-up of protected files stored on the card, which shortens the recording time. It is generally recommended to format the SD card once a month to free up space. Under this section, you can check the card's current storage capacity and even format the SD card when needed.
LED / Buzzer / Button
Learn the meaning of the LED / Buzzer / Button here, in case you don't operate it for a long time and has forgotten what each feature means.