What is Firmware in Baby Monitors?
Firmware is the software that is embedded in the baby monitor device – both the transmitter unit and the receiver unit. Essentially, the firmware is the software program in the hardware and ‘tells the hardware’ how to function. Every baby monitor has firmware that comes with the baby monitor device. The software is stored in the device’s “Read Only Memory”(ROM) of baby monitor and so it is unaffected by battery power.
Where do firmware updates come from?
Firmware updates are provided by the manufacturer of your device and the updates are mainly meant to improve performance, bug fixes, and/or add additional features. Firmware is very important as it controls all functions the baby monitor does. For example, the camera can have additional features such as autofocus with a firmware update.
Why you need to update firmware on your baby monitor
Baby monitor manufacturers often release firmware updates that will upgrade the performance of a baby monitor, add new features, or even fix bugs. The bugs could be a simple glitch in the app or a security vulnerability that makes your baby monitor vulnerable to hackers. Any owner of a baby monitor should make sure they are using the latest firmware.
Firmware update for Motorola FOCUS66
- It takes only 5 minutes to install a firmware update for Motorola Focus66
Eufy Baby Monitor Spaceview Update
If you have not updated your Eufy Spaceview firmware, you should read this guide and watch the video below with details and the process of installing Eufy Spaceview firmware update. If you want an earlier version(2019) of Eufy Spaceview firmware, you can also download (V2.3 firmware) the Eufy Spaceview firmware update (link to the download folder of Eufy Spaceview version 2.3 for both Eufy camera and Eufy parent unit).
For the latest version, v2.4.4, of Eufy Spaceview baby monitor firmware update, use the ones below released on July 16, 2020.
|Release Date||Size||Software Firmware to Download|
|3.89M||T8300 Spaceview V3.4.0 EN & ES|
T8300 Spaceview V3.4.0 DE & FR & ES
T8321 Video Baby Monitor 720P V3.4.0 DE & FR & ES
T8321 Video Baby Monitor 720P V3.4.0 EN & ES
You can read more about this on Eufy’s page here.
The new camera or the latest Eufy Spaceview S model is compatible with the old one. You’ll need to update the firmware of the old camera and monitor to the same version as your new one. Please feel free to contact eufy support and they will help you update the firmware.
We also have more details on this review article of Eufy Spaceview baby monitor, one of the best non-wifi baby monitors in MotherhoodHQ’s 2022 list with a large 5-inch screen.
You can also email Eufy Spaceview Customer Service online using their email: firstname.lastname@example.org or you can call them on +1 (800) 988 7973. You should expect to hear from them within 24 hours.
Firmware Update for Hubble Camera
When you use the Hubble for Motorola Monitors app, please follow these steps to update your firmware:
1. Make sure you are running the most recent version of the Hubble for Motorola Monitors app.
2. On the camera list page, select the gear icon of that camera of which you would like to update the firmware.
3. Select ‘Details’.
4. Scroll to ‘Firmware Version’. (If there is a more recent version of firmware available for your Hubble camera, you should see ‘update now’.)
5. Tap ‘Firmware Version’ to update and follow the instructions shown on the screen.
NOTE: Make sure you do not reset your Hubble camera, and that you remain on the same network for the time it takes to update the firmware (10 minutes, give or take).
Arlo Baby Monitor Firmware Update
If your Arlo baby monitor or Arlo camera is connected to the internet, Arlo firmware updates happen automatically between 3:00 a.m. and 5:00 a.m. You can, however, manually update it by following these steps.
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