T130 3CH / 2CH

Dash Cam Support

Below is a collection of everything you want to know about this dashcam, covering manuals, latest firmware, FAQs and video tutorials.

Manuals

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Firmware

Here you will always get the latest firmware of this dashcam.

Firmware Update

Front Cam Version: V1.2_0510,
FWT130A.bin (4.49 MB)

Change Log for V1.2_0510

  1. Optimize Wi-Fi downloading speed.

Rear Cam Version: V1.1_0120, EthcamTxFW.bin(1.87MB)

Change Log for V1.1_0120

  1. Optimize noise reduction in low light conditions.

Frequently Asked Questions

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We recommend UHS-I U1/U3 rating, high or max endurance microSD card.

The max size it supports is 256GB, 128GB card will be more stable.

Three ways to format the card. 

① Quick format by camera button: Long press the yellow triangle button. 

② By VIOFO APP: Choose the "Format SD Card" option on the app setup. 

③ Download the program to PC for deep formating

 https://viofo.com/download/guiformat.exe 

We suggest you format the card periodically to ensure the best performance of the camera.

The time zone may be chosen incorrectly, 

① Choose the correct time zone on the VIOFO app first 

② Then please click the time synchronization option to update the time.

① Power on the camera and then press the video lock button on the remote control for 3 seconds to pair the camera, the LED indicator on the remote will turn blue if get paired successfully.

 ② Press the yellow triangle button on the camera to lock the current video. If you have a Bluetooth button, just a simple press on the remote, important videos can be saved and locked, which makes you drive safer.

Beeping means recording has been interrupted, if you are not holding recording manually, you need to check below two points.

① Memory Card: Format the card by app or PC to FAT32. If the issue persists, try a new UHS-I U1/U3 microSD card. A VIOFO or Samsung High Endurance card will be recommended.

② Power Connection: Unplug the rear camera and try an alternative cable. If you are using a hardware kit, use the original car charger, the short USB cable, or a third-party cable.

The dashcam will turn on and begin recording automatically when powered, you can also long press the red power button to turn it on/off manually. 

Two ways to reset the camera: 

① Quick reset by camera: Press the REC button once to stop recording firstly, then long press the white MIC and WIFI buttons simultaneously. 

② Reset by APP: Click "Reset Camera Setting" option in the VIOFO app.

Two steps to follow. 

First, make sure you are using the original type-C rear cable, third-party cable is not suggested. 

if issue cotinues, please update the rear camera firmware.

Three steps to follow to access WIFI,

① Long press the WIFI button and you will hear the notification "WIFI-enabled"; 

② Find the SSID(VIOFO_T130_xxxx) on your phone WIFI setting and enter password 12345678; 

③ Once connected, open the VIOFO app 

If you cannot connect successfully, you can try to disable your cellular data first and try again.

And the camera can remember the last device it connect.

There are 3 options for infrared LEDs: On/Off/Auto. 

It is "On" by default, and videos shall be in white and black. 

You can short press the WiFi button to switch the three options.

If you want to disable the interior recording temporarily, you can long-press both the white microphone and yellow triangle button to turn it off manually.

① Insert a microSD card into the camera’s card slot and automatic loop recording will begin once the camera detects power. 

② Time frame for each video file is 1 / 2 / 3 / 5 / 10 minutes. 

③ When there is insufficient space on the microSD card, loop recording will automatically overwrite the oldest files (one by one). 

④ Loop recording files are saved to SD card: \ DCIM \ MOVIE folder.

Please try the below: step by step:

① Disable your phone's cellular data. 

② if it fails, try another phone if possible. 

③ Try the VLC player as per this video: https://youtu.be/2SPErf3UJw

 please contact  Customer service if all fails. P

It is normal to get hot during recording, there is a heat sink inside the camera. The dashcam can sustain temperature within -10℃~65℃(5℉~149℉). We suggest not to expose the dashcam to direct sunlight or too high-temperature surroundings, it may cause the camera to overheat.

The default length of the rear cable is 6M, and we do not suggest extending it manually. 

here you may get a longer rear cable on VIOFO's official website.

T130 8M rear cable

T130 10M rear cable

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