Yeah, that sounds about like 3g. lol. I think the camera and the modem get to arguing with each other sometimes, and just say screw it.
Tell it to take some for me too. Mine's been quiet since this morning other than some turkeys. lol Another 100 lbs must be about gone.
Setting aside for a minute that it took a bit to decipher your message (no fault of your own, more a lack of sleep on my part), how exactly did they break? The small powder charge they put in the cameras isn't supposed to go off until 2 months after the warranty expires, so immediately after points to something else going on.
In all seriousness though I've got some Moultrie cameras that have been hanging on a tree for nigh on 5 years now and they are still rock solid, so I'd be curious to know what you mean when you say "Now I've already broken the 2 Moultree camera"
I had to go and brag about 2 mins upload time. Now nothing for 30 mins. lol
Get it on a tree. Hurry. lol.
@Proaction14 Moultrie has yet to make an official announcement on our new 4G LTE products due to still being in the development and testing phase. Rest assured, we are trying to be as transparent as possible while still maintaining the high quality products Moultrie is known for producing.
With regards to the MV1 it was obviously in much higher demand than we anticipated. Because of Moultrie’s strong partnership with Verizon Wireless we have worked out a solution that will keep your system running through the end of 2019. We will work through rolling over users from 3G to 4G when that time comes. So for now, rest assured that you can continue to use your Moultrie Mobile system as you have from the beginning.
We will update you as soon as more information is available.
Catch more flies with honey. lol. I just want it to work good when I get one. Maybe a mobile set up that tells a feeder to go off on demand, and some illegal immigrants to run out of the bushes and clean the mud out my tower.