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Old July 4th, 2019, 06:41 AM #131
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I donít know how to connect to the bullseye app. I actually had one and sold it but from my understanding the bullseye app looks for a specific IP address of the camera and a specific name. I thought someone posted it above.

Have you been able to connect to your camera using the manufacturers app on your tablet or phone?

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Yes, I can connect to the camera with the original application and it works very well with tablet and phone.
But I would also like to work with Bullseye, I might end up finding the trick ...

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Looks to be a proprietary script between the bullseye app and the web service running on the bullseye camera, so not sure if you can use the app without some modification to the native programming on the camera

Notice the usr=bullseye, that is the username being sent to the mini web server on the camera, along with the password (pwd=bullseye2015). There is also a cgi script command being sent SnapPicture2.

So unless you know a good programmer and can unlock the camera web server to modify usernames, passwords, and recreate the camera to act upon the command sent, I'm not sure it will ever work. I don't blame bullseye for doing that, as it is a form of IP protection.

And no, before you ask, I have no idea how to crack it.
Hello Scout6

Thank you for taking the time to read my post.
I think like you, the web server of the camera must have a little trick ...
I keep looking, if I find something, I'll let you know.

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you tube has a good to look at but haven't found the original one i watched


Was it this video? https://youtu.be/DSbjUJkoX5w

It looks like a standard webcam but with a cellular radio. However I canít seem to find any pricing for the unit or wireless plans.

So to answer your question a setup like this could work, provided the shooting location had a strong cellular signal, on whatever network was required by the camera unit. However, I suspect that if this unit is indeed for sale, there would be a monthly fee to access the wireless carrier services, and itís probably at least $30/month.
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I have a spare Galaxy Note 2 phone I've used as a WiFi IP camera with this app-->
https://play.google.com/store/apps/d...ebcam&hl=en_US
I used it all day to watch birds with a USB wall charger.
Streamed 1080P@20fps to my PC WiFi router 50' away. Worked GREAT!!!
Pair a cell phone/app to an M2, plug in a USB battery pack and have a VERY good range cam.
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Was it this video? https://youtu.be/DSbjUJkoX5w

It looks like a standard webcam but with a cellular radio. However I canít seem to find any pricing for the unit or wireless plans.

So to answer your question a setup like this could work, provided the shooting location had a strong cellular signal, on whatever network was required by the camera unit. However, I suspect that if this unit is indeed for sale, there would be a monthly fee to access the wireless carrier services, and itís probably at least $30/month.
didn't think about the monthly fee. maybe even have the capability of spying on ya ?
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BTW my Note 2 spare doesn't even have a SIM card.
No account linked to it either.
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