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Old January 24th, 2010, 10:26 AM   #1 (permalink)
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My home security system allows me to view the cameras from a browser. But, it only works from an internet explorer browser. (Even on my pc, I have to use IE for this, it won't work with firefox or chrome.)

None of the ip camera apps available so far work with my q-see camera system Is the Is there any way to "emulate" internet explorer on the android? I don't anticipate microsoft will be making an android-version anytime soon...

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My home security system allows me to view the cameras from a browser. But, it only works from an internet explorer browser. (Even on my pc, I have to use IE for this, it won't work with firefox or chrome.)

None of the ip camera apps available so far work with my q-see camera system Is the Is there any way to "emulate" internet explorer on the android? I don't anticipate microsoft will be making an android-version anytime soon...

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Were you able to get this figured out because I plan on running a similiar setup. What phone do you have?
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Old February 25th, 2010, 05:18 AM   #3 (permalink)
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Were you able to get this figured out because I plan on running a similiar setup. What phone do you have?
Nope. If you do, please let me know!
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Nope. If you do, please let me know!
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Hello, I am an iPhone user that has the Q-See system. I know I don't have an Android but maybe this might help someone. I had a heck of a time getting an application to work with my phone and system but finally prevailed. I found a program called SuperCam that I got to work with the system. I didn't have any luck with MEye or Aplayer but others got them to work. It can be done if you have the right software and have the ports all set up right. I wish I could help more. It is awesome to view all my cameras from my phone over WiFi, 3G and edge. I use it all the time to make sure I got the garage door shut. Good luck, I'm sure it won't be long before they have an application that will work for you. The one for the iPhone just came out a few months back.

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Have you tried Ip Cam Viewer? If it doesn't work out of the box the author will help.
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The author has not yet helped, and I believe he's aware. Hopefully, he'll address it soon, and I'm sure a lot of us will be buying his app!
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I contacted Q-See via website feedback page asking if they have plans to release an Android viewer for their DVR products including the QSD2316L DVR. Here is the response I received (this was 4 days ago):

"The factory has been working on an android application but they have not given us a release date. We hope to see it within a month."

For those interested in a Q-See viewer app for Android, how about contacting Q-See stating your interest:

DIY Home Security

Keep your fingers crossed. This would be the "killer app" for my Droid Incredible.
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Great news Android users with Q-See DVRs... The application "SuperCam" is once again available in the Marketplace and works perfectly with my Q-See DVR (Model QSD2316L 16-channel DVR). I had to upgrade my DVR firmware to get the remote phone viewing to work but that was relatively easy...there are instructions on the Q-See website on how to do that.

I was actually trying to get the IP Camera Viewer application to work with my Q-See DVR since the most recent version claims Q-See compatibility but could not get it to work. I just happened to stumble across the SuperCam application and it worked first time. SuperCam appears to be written specifically for the Q-See system as it has controls and features that I think are specific to this family of systems. including PTZ controls. I looked for the SuperCam app right after I purchased my Droid Incredible but could not find it...but it's there now...and...it's FREE! The only issue I have had with the SuperCam app is that it kept my phone from turning off even after I thought I had closed the application. You need to exit the app from the application's login screen via the "Close" option in the menu.

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I bought the Costco special 8-cam Q-See QSDR008RTC. With regard to that particular unit, it seems to have been designed for remote viewing with Internet Explorer only. Pity, but future versions might be more flexible. In the meantime, you have to find IE emulator "plugins" for Chrome or Firefox or whatever else you prefer. I've connected over my home LAN with IE to the Q-See DVR (internal IP addresses), and connected over the internet with IE to the DVR (external IP addresses). I've used the Q-See dynamic DNS to access the DVR externally with a symbolic domain name. So everything about remote access to the DVR via IE seems to be working normally.

I can access the DVR with my Android, running 2.1, via IP Cam Viewer (market). I have to add the DVR cams one at a time, but once all 8 have been added, it's reasonably integrated. I haven't tested audio, and my cameras aren't PTZ. I am using the DVR's mobile port to access the camera with IP Cam Viewer. All three ports (web port 80, media port 9000, and mobile port 18004) are forwarded; I changed a couple of them to avoid potential conflicts with ISP.

I'd love to get Supercam to work, since it would let me manage the DVR and replay stored clips, but I just can't get past the login screen, at the same address and login parameters used by IP Cam Viewer to log in. Looking for ideas on how to approach this.
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Default Does those apps work for any model?

i have the q-see QSTD5304C4-320

I tried to use supercam but i keep getting log in information incorrect.
Do I put the IP for the DVR or the one I use to access the cameras on the internet?

I did add the mobile info in my router info too with port 18004

Does that app that is available for purchase work on my model do you think? ip cam viewer?

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Asee is available from the Market and works well with my QSDR008RTC-500. The app is free and apparently from Q-See.
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To get Supercam to work on my Android phone, I typed in the web address without the "http://" part. That was the problem! Works great now!
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Great post about leaving out the "http://". I have been setting up my Q-See QT428 DVR from Costco and new Droid X and racking my brains trying to get it to connect but it now works great. I noticed a great many frustrated bloggers in other Android forums with the same problem with SuperCam. I hope they find your post.
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I bought the Costco special 8-cam Q-See QSDR008RTC. With regard to that particular unit, it seems to have been designed for remote viewing with Internet Explorer only. Pity, but future versions might be more flexible. In the meantime, you have to find IE emulator "plugins" for Chrome or Firefox or whatever else you prefer. I've connected over my home LAN with IE to the Q-See DVR (internal IP addresses), and connected over the internet with IE to the DVR (external IP addresses). I've used the Q-See dynamic DNS to access the DVR externally with a symbolic domain name. So everything about remote access to the DVR via IE seems to be working normally.

I can access the DVR with my Android, running 2.1, via IP Cam Viewer (market). I have to add the DVR cams one at a time, but once all 8 have been added, it's reasonably integrated. I haven't tested audio, and my cameras aren't PTZ. I am using the DVR's mobile port to access the camera with IP Cam Viewer. All three ports (web port 80, media port 9000, and mobile port 18004) are forwarded; I changed a couple of them to avoid potential conflicts with ISP.

I'd love to get Supercam to work, since it would let me manage the DVR and replay stored clips, but I just can't get past the login screen, at the same address and login parameters used by IP Cam Viewer to log in. Looking for ideas on how to approach this.
What settings did you use to get that working? I can't for the life of me get it to work.
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Great post about leaving out the "http://". I have been setting up my Q-See QT428 DVR from Costco and new Droid X and racking my brains trying to get it to connect but it now works great. I noticed a great many frustrated bloggers in other Android forums with the same problem with SuperCam. I hope they find your post.
I also have Droid X, I already followed all the instructions by Q-See (booklet). It still does not work with my Droid X to view the webcam remotely. I have the external address, but how do I get the mobile port and access SuperCam?
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I got my D2G working with the SuperCam app on the first try. The app quits after 1-2 minutes but I'm pretty encouraged so far as with my blackberry, I couldn't see any remote video.

To all people in this thread who can't get this to work. Ensure you can view your q-see system over the internet in a regular browser (Mine is compatable with I.E. only) using port forwarding FIRST before trying the Droid. To me, the droid was the last viewer to configure, after getting the system viewable on the LAN, then the WAN, then the droid.
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I get only works great with my Q-See on Galaxy S is Mobile ASee 2.14. ( download on Market is free).
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My home security system allows me to view the cameras from a browser. But, it only works from an internet explorer browser. (Even on my pc, I have to use IE for this, it won't work with firefox or chrome.)

None of the ip camera apps available so far work with my q-see camera system Is the Is there any way to "emulate" internet explorer on the android? I don't anticipate microsoft will be making an android-version anytime soon...

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it work for me in both android an iPhone. download from the Marketplace the app supercam (its free) and follow the instructions u must to have set up the system first follow the info in the setup documantation or go online. its kinda tricky to set up but if u r familiar with networking u will b ok. hope i help a bit
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I also have Droid X, I already followed all the instructions by Q-See (booklet). It still does not work with my Droid X to view the webcam remotely. I have the external address, but how do I get the mobile port and access SuperCam?
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u will find more detailed info online. google it
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Thumbs up Q-SEE download supercam, It works for android for now.

I have my Q-SEE DVR connected to Router, my Router gives the Q-SEE DVR the ip 192.168.1.110, I had to open the ports for the DVR in my router, I have my DVR HTTP port set to 8080 Mobile and my COMMAND Port set to 1159 and DATA Port set to 1160. I have A USER name and PASSWORD setup on My Q-SEE DVR to log into, This is not Admin or such, its the user name I made up with Admin rights in Q-SEE DVR security. I had to open these ports 8080 - 1159 - 1160 TCP/UDP for the DVR ip given by the router. I put in the ip of my DVR 192.168.1.110:8080 and user name and password and it works.

If you want outside access use google and type in Whats my IP, then try the external ip plus :8080 user name and password.

Use a free tool for testing your open ports, PFPortChecker is free.

Your router needs to have the ports open for the ip of the DVR.

In my router I have to open each port for the ip address of my DVR to tell my router to not hide this information from the outside world, this allows me to connect to my DVR from a local IP 192.168.1.x:8080 or extrenal ip 207.207.207.207:8080 Once you open the ports in your Router then find your extrenal IP from WhatsMyIP.org or Whats My IP and just type in that ip and :8080 and user name and password gets you in.
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I know this is an old thread, however, I just bought a Q-see 4 channel system, and it actually came with a CD with an Android App loaded onto it for remote viewing from my cell phone. All I had to do was connect my Thunderbolt to my computer, transfer the app to my phone off my HD, open the app, set the address and port and I was good to go.

I don't know if everybody has this app, but if there is some way for me to help out and get it to you, I will.

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I know this is an old thread, however, I just bought a Q-see 4 channel system, and it actually came with a CD with an Android App loaded onto it for remote viewing from my cell phone. All I had to do was connect my Thunderbolt to my computer, transfer the app to my phone off my HD, open the app, set the address and port and I was good to go.

I don't know if everybody has this app, but if there is some way for me to help out and get it to you, I will.

Brian
Old thread but still applicable. I am deciding between an android or an iphone (with the iphone a friend says he can set up remote viewing with my Q-See 4 camera). I didn't get a CD with the unit from the person I purchased from but will ask and if he no longer has it I may need help to set this up with my preference to an android. You made it sound so easy...hope it is with me.

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Hi, Well i have it working with 2 applications from the android market
1. IP Cam Viewer Lite or basic or full
2. Asee

All of them are available from the google market on your android phone or tab.

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I have A Bunker Hill (Harbor Freight) H.264 system in my shop and it came with a CD also. I followed the instructions to the letter by transferring the ASee.apk file to my SD Card and then installed it using APKInstaller. I entered all the required info but I still can't get it to show on my phone. I get "Connect Server Success, No response" I can pull up the channels on my computer using IE tab on Google Chrome and also using the NetViewer software that came with the system so I must have set it up right? Any suggestions. I'd really like to use this on my phone.
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I am having the same problem with asee, "Connect Server Success, No response, any suggestion???
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I DL'd IP Cam Viewer Lite. For my system I used the Zmodo DVR w/media port configuration and it works awesome. I uninstalled ASee as I still couldn't get it to work no matter what I tried.
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Hi all, am new to this forum i wanted to share this information with all of you.

I installed 2 QS206 on a business and for last was trying to configure remote access, so i configure access so i could enter from the same network (LAN) using I.E and it was success. The hard part was when configuring remote access from outside network (WAN) it was a little of hard work. i used applications such as:
MEye = Connection success, but no video at all just black screen
Ip Cam Viewer Lite = Success and could get video but only had support up to 6 cams at a time, unless you buy full version
DVReye = doesn't work.

changing subject to configuration what i did was open port from modem since my modem is a modem/router device. opened port 8080/8181 for dvr web port 9000/8000 dvr media port and 100/200 for dvr mobile port.
so @ modem would look like this Range 8080 to 8080 translate to 8080 TCP/UDP (Only used 1 example)

Downloaded app SuperCam set all parameters and got all 16 cams live. My recommendation is to use SuperCam since this application is a universal ip cam viewer and not a model or brand based application.

If anyone needs help port forwarding or actually configuring all dvrs from scratch feel free to Pm me.
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Hi everyone,

I can easily view all my surveillance cameras using Internet Explorer but I cannot get any android viewer to work. I have entered the same IP address as works in Internet Explorer but it cannot connect. I have enabled the Mobile settings in the DVR. I think it has something to do with the PORT settings but I do not know how to get it right. Any help will be greatly appreciated.

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I can easily view all my surveillance cameras using Internet Explorer but I cannot get any android viewer to work. I have entered the same IP address as works in Internet Explorer but it cannot connect. I have enabled the Mobile settings in the DVR. I think it has something to do with the PORT settings but I do not know how to get it right. Any help will be greatly appreciated.

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I use 18600 port forward in router works great with Asee.
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I have looked for a couple of years to find an android app to allow me to remote view my COSTCO purchase of a QSD2216C16. On QSEE website it clearly states this unit is not set up to be remote viewed on an I-phone or android.
I think all the new units they put out are set up different making it easier to remote view on a cell phone.

BUT I have FINALLY found a way around this.....its a bit strange....maybe kinda odd but it works...and I really needed to remote view my cameras on my phone without purchasing a complete new system.

First I got the remote view (Network Viewer) software working on my home computer (this computer is always on and always connected to the internet)

Next I downloaded Team Viewer on both my phone and on my home computer.

This allows me to remote view and control my HOME COMPUTER from my phone. Thus I can open the Network Viewer program on my computer and view my cameras ON MY PHONE!
I have been using Team Viewer for awhile to work between my store computer and my home computer with no issues and also on my phone.

Although this is kinda a round about way to do things.....it is better than what I had before, and once u get it set up its actually not that difficult to navigate.

Hope this helps someone.....I had been searching for a couple of years to figure out a way to make this work!!!
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I have looked for a couple of years to find an android app to allow me to remote view my COSTCO purchase of a QSD2216C16. On QSEE website it clearly states this unit is not set up to be remote viewed on an I-phone or android.
I think all the new units they put out are set up different making it easier to remote view on a cell phone.

BUT I have FINALLY found a way around this.....its a bit strange....maybe kinda odd but it works...and I really needed to remote view my cameras on my phone without purchasing a complete new system.

First I got the remote view (Network Viewer) software working on my home computer (this computer is always on and always connected to the internet)

Next I downloaded Team Viewer on both my phone and on my home computer.

This allows me to remote view and control my HOME COMPUTER from my phone. Thus I can open the Network Viewer program on my computer and view my cameras ON MY PHONE!
I have been using Team Viewer for awhile to work between my store computer and my home computer with no issues and also on my phone.

Although this is kinda a round about way to do things.....it is better than what I had before, and once u get it set up its actually not that difficult to navigate.

Hope this helps someone.....I had been searching for a couple of years to figure out a way to make this work!!!

ok i know this is an old thread and i know there have been a few "fixes." but i just set one of these up for a customer, and heres a few things i found out.

with a Q-see system, specifically QS series, you need to make sure you have the correct version of IE to view this from a PC. not compatible with IE 9, firefox or chrome. you will have to find a work around to emulate an older version of IE.

as far as viewing remotely with QS series systems, the "A-see" software available from the android market as well as itunes does work. HOWEVER, you must make sure the firmware in the Q-see dvr is the most upto date. if you search on thee qsee site under support you will find the firmware. if you have a newer version of IE and you would like to view your QS series unit from a remote PC, you can down load the multi-client viewer from the Q-see site as well.

hope this helps anyone who has been having issues. i racked my brains for a while, and with little to no help from q-see, i found that when all this is done you can get this to work this way.

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I've been running SuperCam on my Android phone (for a Q-See QT426) for quite a while now, and really like it. I just installed it on my TouchPad Tablet, and it works...but it displays the same size as it does on my phone...so the app is 2"x3", on my 7" screen. I haven't seen a way to make it "full screen" (or found anything else that works with Q-See). Anyone else had any luck on a TP?
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I've installed a few of these DVR systems.. along with dyndns.org IP. It keeps business owners happy.
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Ok I'm lost, have a Q-See with 4 cameras.
Can't figure it out.
I've done the firewall thing and customized and opened up the port 80 then the 8080.
I think I'm doing it all wrong.
I downloaded the Supercam thing and can't get it to work.
What is my Server?
What is my user the one I log into the Q-See with?
how about the password.
HELP!!!
I called AT&T and tried to set up the 80 port the 6036 port the 8080 port.
Nothing works.
I tried updating the firmware...did the entire thing with the usb and it said done.
but when i look up it still has the old firmware version.
This thing sucks if you can't view it from your phone
what am i doing wrong?
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hi,

i have the q-see qsdf8204

and i have about few weeks now trying to setup this dvr so i can see
it from outside my network on a Motorola xoom android
and i just cant get any application working! from the market.

installed all and try ,and no go for me

to test if works when i am logged into my network
i go to http[[:]]//192.168.1.22:90
and i get this page:
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> >>
The mobile phone was detected based on Symbian S60 2nd.
We recommend that you download this SCam_2nd.SIS ver1.1.1.323 to install.
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> >>>>>

and i know that it works,

in the dvr settings i have:

basic ip config at :
http port: 00090
data port02000

ip config:
static
address: 192.168.001.022
subnet 255....
gateway: ...001

ddns config
-i left it alone.

system info:
firmware: ver 1.2.0.90513
net server:enable
http port: 90 net port:2000
ddns:none

as for the wireless router i have the
netgear n600 model wndr3400

and under port forwarding i have this settings:
service name: dvr
external start port:90
external end port:90
internal start port:90
internal end port:90
internal ip address: 192.168.1.22
(this was done by "add custom service option)


so is there anyone here that may help in what andriod app you use
and how exactly you setup in your andriod app the loggins,because maybe there is a small error and thats why i dont see my cams or is not connecting...

please help,
in few days i am going in vacation and i really need this to figure out.

thank you for any advice!.
regards,
bosanci28


update;

installed : asee by meyetech from the market,
and added my info there,and it say :"connect to server successfully " but i dont see any video!
any clue?

thanks
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Originally Posted by NewYorkLaw View Post
My home security system allows me to view the cameras from a browser. But, it only works from an internet explorer browser. (Even on my pc, I have to use IE for this, it won't work with firefox or chrome.)

None of the ip camera apps available so far work with my q-see camera system Is the Is there any way to "emulate" internet explorer on the android? I don't anticipate microsoft will be making an android-version anytime soon...

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Im trying to give my brother access to my live camera feed. He has the droid razor max. I tried asee and supercam on his phone but its not working. I have supercam on my iphone and it works like a dream. What app works on the droid razor max. By the way i have a Qsee 16 channel QT4516
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