- Aug 1, 2019
- Reaction score
- Southern US
- United States
HmmI think thats a sign a event file are being created at the moment, this are normally triggered by either:
1: motion detect
3: pressing the event button for manual creating of a event file.
is it there if you turn the G-Sensor back on?Hmm
I have G-sensor detection set to off. The symbol never clears, despite reboots, memory card reformats, and even a new card. (Using the cigarette lighter plug.)
Yes.is it there if you turn the G-Sensor back on?
If the memory card is removed, that symbol disappears and a large warning appears at the top saying that no memory card is detected.Is it there if you remove the memory card?
I’m wondering if the camera is trying to tell you that it has a problem with your card. Try another card and see what happens (be sure to format it inside the camera first).If the memory card is removed, that symbol disappears and a large warning appears at the top saying that no memory card is detected.
When the card is replaced, the symbol returns.
It wasn't there before, when the camera was presumably functioning normally. So I assume it indicates something significant is awry.and it's a problem?
You know, that's actually not bad news. As I posted a while back in different threads, the manual with the cam I received was in Chinese, which I do not read. I downloaded an English-language manual from the internet. I guess I misinterpreted what it was explaining about that symbol.hate to be the bearer of bad news but that icon you're concerned about has been there all along, it's shown in the user manual, had to look it up to confirm but it's just an on screen reminder of what the button below it does
Bought the Vico TF2+ on US eBay from someone named dashcamdepots for $220 including 2-3 day shipping.
It seems the cam works as expected, as far as I can tell from using it for a couple of days.
The cam I received, however, seems to have been intended primarily for a Chinese market, as the information on the box was mostly in Chinese and all the printed materials within the box were in Chinese. The seller included a note in the box that explained that there is a way to set the menu options to display in English. After fiddling with the cam for a couple of minutes, I was able to reset the menu options to English. I downloaded a copy of the English-language instructions from the Vico website.
The English-language instruction pamphlet I downloaded from the internet when I purchased the cam doesn't seem to explain what this particular configuration of signs means. It only mentions that a red triangle with an exclamation point will appear when the user activates the emergency save feature to protect a recording form erasure. That process is not supposed to last more than about 3 minutes. There is no mention of the red icon resembling a battery in the upper left corner in this situation.
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