WireLESS camera setup instruction

Help you to easily set up the wireless camera

Wireless camera setup guide

An easy way to setup the wireless camera

This guide is intended as a navigational guide to setting up your Boly wireless camera. With the cellular companies consolidating operational frequencies, discontinuing cellular coverage, and varying their phone/data plans, it has made setting up a wireless camera a bit more daunting and confusing. We hope this quick start guide helps you navigate this jungle a bit more easily and quickly, and as always, please review the entire manual that came with your camera or view an updated version online on our website: https://bolyinc.com/download/, under the Camera Manual tab.

Note: All of our current Boly/Scoutguard wireless camera models require a separately purchased SIM card to communicate with the cellular networks – Our cameras utilize the GSM spectrum frequencies, which is a cellular-industry standard and available worldwide. All of our current cameras operate on 3G (3rd generation) networks, and models using 4G (4th generation) and 4G LTE networks. For AT&T and T-mobile 4G LTE  DIRECT service, please make sure your SIM card is activated with data feature for using wireless functions of the cameras.

SIM Cards

SD Cards and TF card

Configuring your camera to use your SIM card

Step by Step set up guide (By BMC Software)

  1. Please use the following website(http://www.bolymedia.com/index/Support) to download BMC software into your computer.
  2. Connect your camera to your computer by USB cable, and switch the camera power to the TEST/SETUP in order to use the camera as a USB drive. (OR plug in the SD card to your computer.)
  3. Open the software and follow the Quick Start Guide on page 6 of the User Manual to choose the matching carrier.
  4. Do the WAP/Internet settings on the software(add 1 at the beginning of the phone number as the area code for the United States).
  5. After done all the settings, save it to the camera or the SD card.
  6. Pull out the SD  card if you are using SD card and plug it into the Camera. Also plug in the SIM card. Turn the switch to the Setup mode and manually send an MMS out GPRS photo following part 2.7 of the User Manual(page 7 for MG984G-36M).
  7. If it successfully sending out the picture, the basic setup is done.

After you configured your camera with the SIM card, we recommend trying a manual Image Send as a test

After you have provisioned your camera with the correct settings, we advise you to test it by doing a manual Send.

NOTE: You have the options of email MMS, email GPRS, Phone MMS in the internet tab of the camera settings. Videos may not send due to the size of video files and limitations set by the SIM card carrier. If everything is provisioned correctly, you will receive the image on your phone or at your email address.