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Disabling the iSecurity+ Premium Services on the Wemo® NetCam

The Wemo® NetCam iSecurity+ is a paid cloud-based service that allows your camera to automatically save video clips to the web and alert you whenever it detects motion.  If you want to disable this feature, follow these steps.

NOTE:  The steps below cover the following products: 
  • Wemo® NetCam Wi-Fi® Camera with Night Vision, F7D7601 
  • Wemo® NetCam HD Wi-Fi® HD Camera with Night Vision, F7D7602
  • Wemo® NetCam HD+ Wi-Fi® Camera with Glass Lens and Night Vision, F7D7606

NetCam App
NetCam Account

 
NetCam App
 
Step 1:  Launch the NetCam User-added image App
 
Step 2:  Go to the RECENT CLIPS screen by tapping the middle icon.
 
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Step 3:  Scroll down and turn OFF the SAVE CLIPS option.

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NetCam Account
 
Step 1:  Launch a web browser and go to https://netcam.belkin.com.  Log in to your NetCam Account.

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Step 2:  On your dashboard, select your camera.

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IMPORTANT:  If you don’t see your camera name, make sure that the switch at the back of the NetCam is flipped down.  Refresh the list.

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Step 3:  Go to the Motion Detection tab.  Turn the Save Clips to iSecurity+ option Off.  This will disable the Email Notification and Push Notification options as well.  Click Apply to save the update.

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IMPORTANT:  If you wish to enable the feature again, set the Save Clips to iSecurity+ option back ON. 

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