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Need help with the dash cam mode switching

My dashcam DR750G pro with blackvue B-130X battery always shows "parking" in footage and even the car is running, it would not switch to "normal mode" . Sometime when I driving or stop at the traffic light, it just continue switch between normal mode and parking mode (according to voice notification). It seems that the dashcam are unable to automatically detect the driving and parking situation. (as stated in Blackvue official website -remain stationary for 5 minutes) or unable to detect the ignition of the vehicle. (With the blackvue external battery connected?) Also the GPS is not connected at all time. I am using SanDisk High endurance 128GB MicroSD card. Would that be the factor that affecting GPS connection? The signal interference is not the issue since while I was still using blackvue 64GB SD card, the cam can connect to the GPS for 1 and only 1 time in the first drive with this dash cam. What should I do? Thank you very much for your attention.

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    Shagufta Shamid
    1. Familiarize Yourself with the Dash Cam: Read the user manual or instructions provided by the dash cam manufacturer to understand the specific features and functions of your dash cam. This will help you locate the necessary buttons or settings for mode switching.

    2. Access the Menu: Most dash cams have an on-screen menu that allows you to access various settings and modes. Look for a dedicated menu button or a combination of buttons (e.g., "Menu" or "Settings" button) to access the menu on your dash cam's display.

    3. Navigate the Menu: Use the buttons or touchscreen (if applicable) to navigate through the menu options. Look for a setting related to mode switching or recording modes of surah-naba-pdf. The available options may vary depending on your dash cam model.

    4. Select the Desired Mode: Once you have accessed the mode selection option, choose the mode you want to switch to. Common modes found on dash cams include continuous recording, event recording (triggered by sudden acceleration or collision), parking mode (record when the vehicle is parked), and photo capture mode.

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    Andrew

    Problem resolved. Specialist came and discovered that the power cord was defective leading to voltage problem. That is why the dash cam always operated in parking mode.
    Power cord replaced and the cam is now fully functional.
    It was Hardware problem

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    Stephen Stephen

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    Hornbuckleson Wsters

    Dash cams have become indispensable companions for modern drivers, offering peace of mind and valuable footage in case of accidents or unexpected events on the road. One key feature of many dash cams is the ability to switch between different modes to suit your driving needs. In this guide, we'll walk you through the process of dash cam mode switching, ensuring a smooth transition between various modes to capture every moment.

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    Shagufta Shamid

    I'd be happy to help you with dash cam mode switching. Dash cams often have different modes and settings for recording, parking surveillance, and more. To switch between modes, follow these general steps:

    1. Consult the User Manual:

    • Start by reading the More user manual that came with your dash cam. The manual should provide specific instructions on how to navigate and switch between modes.

    2. Power On Your Dash Cam:

    • Ensure that your dash cam is properly powered on and connected to the vehicle's power source or its built-in battery if it has one.
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    Joshua Kelly

    Switching between different modes on your dash cam can vary depending on the make and model of your device. Dash cams typically offer several modes, including recording mode, photo mode, playback mode, and settings/configuration mode. Here's a general guide on how to switch between these modes 

    1. Recording Mode: This is the default mode where the dash cam records video while you're driving. To switch to recording mode, simply power on the dash cam, and it should automatically start recording. Most dash cams will indicate that they are in recording mode by displaying a recording icon on the screen or by showing a timer that counts the recording duration.

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