Modern Dash cam manufacturers have begun redesigning Dash Cameras without a screen, so drivers can focus on the road and prevent them from settling on mediocre, limited views from the tiny dash cam screens.
Nowadays, modern dash cams already come with a dedicated smartphone app to enable users to manage footage – from streaming, downloading, and sharing the clips. Of course, you will need to connect your dash cam to your phone via Wi-Fi or Bluetooth connection to enable this.
Still, many newer vehicles have their connectivity and wifi connections, in the form of CarPlay, or Android Auto. Prioritizing seamless connection, this technology allows users to connect their smartphones to the infotainment system of your car, providing easier access to your mobile apps, navigation, music, messaging, and more – while keeping the driver focused on the road – just like how dash cams do.
Sometimes these connections can fight, frequently with the dash cam’s wifi getting the short end of the stick. Here, we’ll investigate how these connections interact with each other, and what we can do to fix it.