This article will guide you on how to bind the 4G cameras to Reolink Drive. Check below for detailed information.

Applies to: Reolink Go (specific version only), Reolink Go PT, Duo 4G, Duo 2 LTE, KEEN Ranger PT, Go Plus, Go PT Plus

Step 1. Please power on Reolink Drive with a 12V DC adapter and then connect this drive to your network by Ethernet cable, you will see the front green PWR & blue Storage LED lights lit on.

Note: To add Reolink Drive to your mobile app, you need to upgrade your App to the latest version ( 4.25.0.6 or a later version).

Step 2. Please add Reolink Drive to your mobile app by scanning in LAN or scanning the QR code on this drive.

Now you will have Reolink Drive in your app list.

Note: To bind Reolink GO PT to the Reolink Drive, you need to upgrade your camera's firmware to the latest. Otherwise, you will get the “No Camera Found” message, so please contact the Reolink support team about the latest firmware of your camera and how to upgrade it.

Step 3. Please click the Please bind cameras button on the screen, then you will see Go PT is detected and available to be bound to the drive.

Step 4. Please click the Bind button, and wait for a few seconds, then you will see this camera is successfully bound to the drive and the status changed to Bound.

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Step 5. Please go to the device settings of this Drive, then you will see that the camera management page is showing 1 Camera bound status.

Now, this camera will automatically save recordings to the drive.

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Step 6.  If you want to change the upload resolution, please click the “>” icon under Camera Management, then you will see your bound camera. Click the blue “>” icon, you will see the Video Quality option. And you can change the video quality according to your needs.

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Now you have finished all settings and will be able to see the recordings saved in the drive.

Step 7. If you want to unbind the camera from drive, please click on Unbind option on the above picture.