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How Tos / Installing and connecting to GV-Aview
« on: April 04, 2016, 11:52:12 am »
Video Tutorial for using the Android camera app on your phone or tablet.

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How Tos / GV Iview
« on: June 08, 2015, 04:29:28 pm »
These are GeoVision's instructions and they aren't as thorough as we would like. We will be modifying this soon to be more specific.

Geovision iPhone Setup

Download the GV-iView application from itunes and install it on your iPhone.  You can download by clicking on this link: download GV-iView app.
Click on the GV-iView application on your iPhone to launch.
On the login screen, enter the IP address of your Geovision system (or the IP address of your Internet connection at the location of your Geovision DVR if you are using port forwarding).  Also enter the userid and password for your Geovision system.

Geovision iPhone App
Click Done.
Once you are connected, the 6 camera view screen will appear as seen below.

Geovision iPhone Camera View

From the 6 camera view screen, click on any of the cameras to navigate to a single camera view for that camera. To the right of the camera, there is a menu system. 

iPhone Single Camera View

The functions of these buttons is described below.

Geovision iPhone App Controls
Geovision iPhone Support Forum

Please post questions and information about setting up the Geovision iPhone application here:
Geovision iPhone support forum discussion.

GV-iView Download

The GV-iView iPhone application can be downloaded from the apple iTunes store by clicking here:  download GV-iView. Please note that this link will launch iTunes on your computer.

How Tos / Using GV Access Android
« on: February 09, 2015, 03:17:20 pm »
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News and Events / Smith County PD Busts Theft Ring
« on: January 02, 2014, 08:12:57 pm »
TYLER — The Smith County Sheriff’s Office has recently identified a burglary and theft ring operating in Smith County as well as adjoining counties, according to a news release. Over the past several months, the Smith County Sheriff’s Office has been inundated with theft and burglary of building calls. Officials say the thieves had been stealing commercial grade lawn mowers, weed eaters, chain saws, power tools, all-terrain vehicles, and firearms all over Smith County and in surrounding counties.

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