Mar 07

The D-Link Omna DSH-C310 camera will accept most microSD cards. We recommend that you use a microSD card which meets the following specifications:

  • microSD
  • microSDHC (High Capacity)
  • microSDXC (eXtended Capacity)
  • Up to 128GB
  • Speed class: Class 10 or higher

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Mar 06

Note: All settings will be deleted including association with the Omna and HomeKit apps. You will need to reconfigure the camera.

 

If you forgot your password or need to reinstall your camera, you can reset it back to the factory default settings.

 

 

To reset the D-Link Omna 180 Cam HD DSH-C310 camera, press and hold the reset button on the bottom of the camera with a paper clip for 10 seconds and then release. Allow 1 minute to reboot. Once the camera has rebooted, follow the Quick Start Guide to reconfigure your camera.

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Mar 06

Apple currently does not support cloud recording via the HomeKit ecosystem for security reasons, so there is currently no way to record video from any HomeKit camera to the cloud.

D-Link does not currently offer any alternative cloud recording mechanism, other than a microSD card slot on the camera. You can configure motion detection-based recording which will be automatically saved to a microSD card inserted into the card slot.

Recorded video clips can be played back on mobile devices using the Omna app, or the microSD card can be removed from the device and read using a computer.

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Jan 26

You may use an Airplay®, iTunes, or any DLNA-enabled device that is connected to your extended network to play music to the speakers you connected to the D-Link DCH-M225.

For Apple Airplay:

  1. Open iTunes (or the Airplay music app* on your iOS device)
  2. Click the Airplay icon.
  3. Select the DCH-M225 from the destination list.
  4. Click Play and the music will stream to the extender.

For DLNA:

  1. Download and install a DLNA music app*.
  2. Verify that DLNA is enabled on your device.
  3. Within the app, select the DCH-M225 from the “play to” or destination list.
  4. Click Play and the music will stream to the extender.

* Refer to the documentation of the app for more information.

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Jan 24

Step 1:

To remove a device from my mydlink that is longer connected or offline, you need to first log into your mydlink account at www.mydlink.com

 

 

Step 2:

Select the offline device on the left side. It should be marked with a red X.

 

 

 

 

Step 3:

Once you have selected the device, in the lower right hand corner you should see “Delete Device…” link.

 

 
Step 4:

Click on “Delete Device…” and you will be prompted for your mydlink password. This is your mydlink account password not your device’s password. Enter your mydlink account password, click yes.

 

 

 

 

Step 5:

Once you have entered your password and clicked yes your device will be deleted from your mydlink account. You will see the following window click done.

 

 

 

Your device should now be removed and detached from your mydlink acount.  Refresh your screen to ensure it is removed from your device list on the left side of your screen.

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