The 3D HERO System is currently compatible with HD HERO Original and HD HERO2 cameras. It is not compatible with any other camera. You will need to update your camera's software before using the 3D HERO System. You will need to do this update on both cameras which are being used for 3D recording. The original HD HERO camera will require firmware version 54 or later, and the HD HERO2 camera will require version 70 or later. HD HERO Original Camera Software Update HD HERO2 Camera Software Update
If you see the "Coming soon!" message when you try to select Phone & Tablet in your HD HERO2 camera's Wi-Fi settings menu, this means you need to update your HD HERO2 camera's software. If you're trying to use the GoPro App, you'll also need to make sure that your Wi-Fi BacPac's software is up-to-date. Check out our this page for instructions on updating your HD HERO2 camera and Wi-Fi BacPac. You also might want to check out our Getting Started with the GoPro App article to familiarize yourself with using...
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If the camera or Wi-Fi software update fails, you can try the following steps to fix the problem: Power off the camera. Reformat the SD card in the camera or in the computer. Redo the software update manually through the software updater. Try a different SD card if possible. Follow the links below for instructions on how to manually update the camera software. HERO3 Software Update Instructions HD HERO2 Manual Software Update Instructions
You can only combine two of the HD HERO2 units or two of the HD HERO Original units together to use with the 3D HERO System. The two cameras must be the same type for the 3D HERO System.
The camera software is not designed to be downgraded. Putting an earlier camera software version on the camera will break it, making it inoperable. As such, we do not support downgrading your camera software to an earlier version. Breaking your camera by downgrading the camera software is not something that is covered under our manufacturer's warranty.
If the HD HERO2 camera is not recording any audio, it could be a one-time glitch being caused by a bad connection in the microphone port on the camera. Please try the following: Remove the battery from the camera. Insert and remove the microphone jack from the microphone port on the camera. Reinsert the battery into the camera. Power on the camera once more.
If you are experiencing a problem where your phone or tablet is disconnecting from your camera's Wi-Fi network, this FAQ should help top resolve the problem. Here are some of the messages that you may receive on your mobile device: Avoided poor internet connection Internet connection is unstable Internet not available Network disabled, poor connection Network disabled because internet connection is slow Poor Connection / Connection Lost Follow these steps to try and resolve the problem: Forget the camera's wireless network via the mobile devices wireless settings, the re-add the camera's...
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Formatting your SD card in the GoPro camera is the best way to remove old video and photos files. When you format your SD card in your camera the original file structure and partitions are restored so that the SD card will continue to properly communicate with the camera. Watch the demonstration below showing how to format your SD card. MusicBroke for Free "Murmur"Check out: http://brokeforfree.com/ For written instruction on how to format your SD card in your GoPro camera click on the camera model below: HERO3+ and HERO3 HD HERO2...
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To pair your GoPro camera with the GoPro App, please follow these steps: Power on your camera. If you're using an HD HERO2 camera, with both units already powered on, attach the Wi-Fi BacPac to the HD HERO2 camera. Press the Wi-Fi button on the side of the HERO3/HERO3+ camera or Wi-Fi BacPac to go to the Wi-Fi menu. Note - you'll need to press the button two times if you're using the HERO3+ or HERO3 camera. If you have a HERO3/HERO3+ camera, select "GoPro App", or if you have an...
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The HERO4 uses both Wi-Fi and Bluetooth for wireless control of the camera. Bluetooth is used to quickly recognize the camera upon launching the GoPro App. Once successfully paired to the camera, the HERO4 will result to a Wi-Fi connection as it has several advantages over Bluetooth and Bluetooth LE* including higher bandwidth, better range, lower latency, higher bit-rate, and better security.