What it means? Can you please clarify us a little bit more?
Bu, some people said that image quality in v2.2 is worse than v2.1. Any idea? Should we wait for v2.3?
I have v2.2 and am still getting[in most cases] the last file in a drive corrupted.
A119S with GPS. power connected to GPS module.
Thanks for the reply.
I have the V2 model.
I think the problem is related to the GPS mount.
On drives that show GPS information on all files, the last file is not corrupted, but, if the drive has files where the GPS information has not recorded the last file is corrupted.
Yes, i know that this makes no sense and the lack of GPS information could be due to lost connection to the satellite.
I will try your suggestion and power the camera directly.
re-installed software v2.2.
Made 3 separate journeys and apart from one file all played back perfectly.
The file that did not play was recorded midway through a drive. It was not a complete file, being only half the length of a full file, Why this happened i do not know as the files before and after it played okay.
Also, although the GPS was set to record nothing was recorded.
Would this be due to using a Sandisk ULTRA or does it look more like a dud GPS mount?.......or something else?
Thank you for your replies.
I have ordered a Samsung EVO 32Gb card, that will be with me on Friday.
Meanwhile i have a 32Gb unbranded card that i am trying.
I have used it on 2 very short drives, on which i had no problems.
If indeed the problem is solved it appears that Sandisk cards do present a problem.
Have you any explanation as to why this is so?
My dashcam now appears to be working correctly, and i am very pleased with it
I am now using a Samsung microSD card.
I have it connected through a 12V to 5V convertor, that was installed some 3 years ago for my previous setup. I have found the USB cable to be faulty and thus, the camera was prone to random disconnections.
With a new cable installed, and a Samsung card, the performance is excellent.
In view of the USB cable problem i cannot say for certain that the Sandisk card contributed to the original problems.