What’s the use of hardwire kit (IPS KITS)?
DDPAI hardwire kit features Intelligent power management ability, it will stop your car battery from descending below a certain battery level, preventing potential damage to your vehicle. When your hardwiring kit senses the battery dropping below the ‘minimum’ level, which you can pre-set from DDPAI App, it will automatically cut off your power – and as a result, you will never have to worry about your vehicle not starting up, and your dash cam will still be able to record while your ignition is off. Dash Cam automatically enter 1-second 1-frame time-lapse mode after the car shuts off, which will increase parking monitoring coverage time and stored data amount by 30 times, better realize 24-hour all-weather parking monitoring.
DDPAI Mini Minimalism Aesthetics
Rotatable Lens, Invisible Wiring
mini captures what matters to you both outside and inside your car with a rotatable lens and the large aperture makes it to a selfie expert too. We designed the USB interface on the bracket instead of the camera, thus the wiring is more beautiful, and never leave an ugly “tail” on the dash cam.
No Compromise on High Performance Configuration
mini has a built-in Wi-Fi that allows you to directly set camera, preview, playback, download data on your phone without costing data, easy and quick.
Efficient Built-in Wi-Fi
Preview: launch DDPAI App and connect to dash cam Wi-Fi allows you to streaming live view before saving the full resolution video on the windscreen.
Playback: slide the time bar on preview screen to streaming playback history video after an incident has taken place. There is no need to download to your phone.
Download: there is no need to remove the SD card or use PC as you can directly store the key footage on your phone.
Make Your Blockbuster While Driving
Filter lens, frames and subtitle editors help you to make your photo story more like a movie. More fun you add, more “likes” you get.
Hit the Headline
Share your driving stories on our App community and social media to hit the headline.
1080P@30fps Full HD Loop Recording
H.264 and 1080P@30fps full HD loop recording. Maximum of 128 GB TF card (24 hours storage).
Hisilicon Monitoring Chip
DDPAI mini adopts Hisilicon Hi3516E industrial-level monitoring chip to achieve ultra-high quality image.
Rich Features, Meet All Scenarios
mini built-in G-Sensor automatically safeguards photo and clip upon sudden impact, sensitivity is adjustable via App.
Meanwhile, through the special hardwire kit to achieve parking monitoring, time-lapse function,
you can shoot blockbuster even in parking mode.
About Dash Cam:
1. How to change the Wi-Fi name and password of the Dash Cam?
Make sure your dash cam is connect to App, then go into Me->Settings->Camera Settings, tap on Camera Name to change your Wi-Fi name, tap on Camera Password to change your Wi-Fi name. In case you forget the password, use a pin insert into REST hole to restore to default settings, initial password is 1234567890.
2. Shall I keep the dash cam connected with my phone when it is working?
The dash cam starts to record videos automatically when the car is started without needing to connect to your phone. However, if they are connected, you can preview, download, and play back the videos from the app on your phone.
3. Why some of the dash cam video recordings are missing.
Make use the App& firmware are the latest version. If there is “Storage exception” notification means the SD card is corrupted and need to be replaced.
4. Will high temperatures affect the DDPAI Dash Cam?
DDPAI Dash Cam protects itself in high temperatures. When the DDPAI Dash Cam’s electronics reach 160F, the device will go into shutdown and automatically recover when it cools down.
5. what is emergency video?
And when the G-sensor is turned on and an impact is detected, the dash cam will record a 10 second emergency video. These recordings are saved in the emergency gallery (you can find it in the 202emegency folder from micro SD card, maximally 10 emergency video files can be saved). The emergency recordings will cut off a normal recording cycle and make it shorter than the normal recording loop.
Wi-Fi and App Connectivity:
1. I can’t connect to my DDPAI Dash Cam from the App?
There are several reasons this may happen:
1) Ensure the DDPAI Dash Cam has been turned on (the working indicator light is blinking slowly).
2) Ensure you can find the Wif-Fi from WLAN (Android) / Wi-Fi (iOS) list, one common problem is that your phone/tablet disabled App from trust application. You need to have your device enable DDPAI App permission, from Settings-> Security and privacy-> Application Permissions, to the DDPAI Dash Cam Wi-Fi. It may also help to connect to the DDPAI Wi-Fi directly from your device’s Wi-Fi settings menu, then returning to the DDPAI App and proceeding as usual.
3)In cases when your device installed third party App manager, find DDPAI App and enable all permissions.
4) It may also help to power cycle (reboot) the DDPAI Dash Cam prior to attempting to connect via Wi-Fi.
2. How does the Wi-Fi work? Do I have to turn on hotspot on phone?
You connect your phone to the camera Wi-Fi in order to access the photos and videos. It records video whenever it has power, so your phone doesn’t have to be connected to it for it to record. It has it’s own memory card, so it doesn’t have to be connected to your phone to save data.
3. After connected with the dash cam Wi-Fi, why can’t my Android access it’s mobile data?
Due to an Android bug affecting all dash cams, the phone cannot access mobile data while it is connected to the DDPAI Dash Cam’s Wi-Fi. If you want to use your phone’s data network, simply connect to the DDPAI Dash Cam’s Wi-Fi when you need to watch the recorded videos only.
4. Wi-Fi is always disconnected?
First, go in to Settings > Wi-Fi and hit the menu button, then select Advanced. You should then see “Scanning always available” with a checkbox next to it. Uncheck the box and your device will no longer scan for networks at all times.
Second, if “Scanning always available” checkbox is checked, make sure your smart phone is near the dash cam.
Third, make sure your devices are not surrounded by too many Wi-Fi networks.
1. How long will a 16GB TF card last?
A 16GB TF card can provide spaces for 6 to 7 hours of video recording in both 1920*1080@30fps and 1280×720@30fps .
2. What kind of TF cards does this product support?
This Dash Cam supports a class 10 micro SD card up to 128GB. Suggested micro SD card brands: Kingston, Samsung, Toshiba, Netac. Format the card via App before use to ensure the normal function of the dash cam. Long-time use of the card will compromise the read / write speed. We suggest you format it regularly to make video recording smoother.
1. How do I update firmware of the DDPAI Dash Cam?
First, make sure that the DDPAI Dash App is updated from the app store.
Next, open the Wi-Fi settings of your mobile device and connect to the DDPAI Dash Cam via
Wi-Fi. Once you’re connected, open up the App. You will get a notification asking you to update.
If you don’t get the notification, you can click on the bust in the lower right corner of the App to manually update. If you cannot update the firmware via DDPAI Dash APP, you can also update the firmware via TF card. Here is how to update the firmware via the TF card:
1) Download the latest firmware for your camera and copy the firmware folder you have unzipped onto the SD card
2) place the SD card back into the camera and it will apply the firmware automatically.
Note: Device red indicator will blinking while updating.