Blink is a very well-known home automation company. Blink produces battery-powered home security cameras. The company was established in 2009 by Peter Besen, Don Shulsinger, and Stephen Gordon. It initially started as Immedia Semiconductor Inc in 2009. Blink was later pivoted into a consumer electronics company. In 2014, the company had a Kickstarter campaign for their indoor security camera. It raised around US$1 million. Later, they also introduced an outdoor security camera, home security system, and video doorbell.
The company was acquired by Amazon in the year 2017. Amazon officially made the announcement. But Immedia Semiconductor, LLC has continued to serve as an independent subsidiary. There have been talks that the technology of Blink will be used for the Amazon Key service. Amazon started to roll out patches as a response to research stating vulnerabilities in the Blink XT2 security camera systems found by vulnerability detection firm Tenable.
All the devices and products of Blink starts at a price of $34.99. If you are very much concerned about your home security, then Blink is that one perfect option to go for.
Now users have recently reported a problem related to Blink. Users said that they have been experiencing an error. It is called ‘Command failed to complete’ error. In simple words if I have to explain this error, then I can say that in case if a user decides to make any changes to the Blink system, he is unable or cannot do it. A user said that he was trying to add his camera. He has two cameras outside and decided to add two more inside. But he was unable to do it since the command failed error appeared every time.
Another user said that he was not able to check the footage of the cameras. Every time he tried to do that, the ‘Command failed to complete’ appeared. A user said that he tried to arm his camera but he was not able to do it because of this error.
Blink has not yet mentioned a permanent solution for this problem. But in case if you are experiencing the same, unplug the sync module for 15 seconds and replug it. Perform a hard reset of the sync module by pressing the reset switch with a paper clip. Remove the batteries from the camera for 10 seconds and put them back in. Doing these should fix the problem.
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