Blink Camera WIFI range hack

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TDL- Blink camera WiFi range hack

The Blink cameras as pretty great, however mine seems to be really
twitchy on the WIFI, I am going to pop the hood and show you how to boost its WIFI capability for a couple of dollars!

Amazon has all you need to get this done for just a few dollars –
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20 COMMENTS

  1. I like this guy, he's like an average Joe with his comments. Easy to follow and good ideas. Yeah sure , there's always a better way , but it works, Thanks

  2. you should never ever touch mosfets or other LSI chips without having a grounded wrist band, as the static electric in your body can and will discharge
    thru the components and destroy the unit..A word to the wise…

  3. Really nice video. I normally fast forward, but this video, I pinned to it start to finish. Very educational. Thank you for posting!

  4. Serated can go either way but it is to really face its mounting surface and lock in piercing where it will remain when you secure the nut

  5. Firmware updates (around 9/2019-10/2019) really improved the WiFi connectivity issues. It seems to be running great now…for the price the Blink XT2 is hard to beat. The Sync Module sends commands and setting changes to the camera while the camera sends video directly to the WiFi router. As of today, I'm running 12.12.28 firmware on my Sync Module. The camera now is running 7.87 firmware.

  6. YOU WOULD HAVE THOUGHT BLINK WOULD HAVE ADDRESSED THE PROBLEM B4 THEY THREW IT ON TO THE MARKET………………..

  7. Case looks almost identical to the TP Link TL-WR802N travel router and the Ethernet jack + phy looks sweet

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