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Below on this page You will find all the latest firmware, PC, Mac and mobile applications, as well as the manuals for your Dash Cam.
Firmware upgrades may add functionalities to your dashcam, and/or improve its performance.
Using a Windows or Mac OS computer: follow the steps below.
Format your memory card first by going into the camera's system settings. Make sure to backup your videos before formatting if you need them.
Download the latest firmware for your Rove Dash Camera
You can directly insert the memory card into your PC/MAC if you have the memory card slot and then copy the firmware files.
Now keep the camera plugged into the power & turned OFF.
Now Insert the Memory Card contained with the Firmware files into the camera. Now Press the POWER BUTTON Once.
This will start updating the newest firmware directly from file automatically. You will see the flashing RED/BLUE LED on the left upper corner Which means, the firmware is being updated
Let it go through its cycle and the make sure the power doesn't get disconnected during the firmware update.
The DashCam will reboot automatically after applying the upgrade, and start recording.
As soon as the camera turns ON, the first thing you want to do is to FORMAT the memory card by going into the camera's system settings, so your camera does not keep updating the firmware every time it restarts the camera.
Note that we recommend using SAMSUNG microSD cards for optimal performance.
The reason is that dashcam's put micro SD cards under higher stress than most electronic products such as action cameras or DSLR's due to their constant loop recording. We test our cards extensively before selecting them for inclusion in our products, to make sure that their performance is good and degrades as little as possible over time.
Using other micro SD cards can affect dashcam's performance and in some cases, force the dashcam to reboot randomly during recording. Although the basic requirement of the micro SD cards for ROVE dashcam's is Class 10 or U3 and that the SD card should be formatted [Windows] or MS-DOS (FAT) [Mac OS], we cannot guarantee the perfect performance of cards from other manufacturers, as even cards with same specifications may vary from batch to batch.