3.12.206 June 2024

This Release Notes document describes the following details for version 3.12.206 of the Surfsight® AI-12 dashcam:


Randomized AI-12 hotspot password created when hotspot is enabled for the first time


A new randomized Wi-Fi password is automatically generated when a hotspot is enabled for the first time on a dashcam. This increases security and reduces vulnerabilities to hacking when auxiliary cameras are connected to the Surfsight® AI-12 dashcam.


Currently, the hotspot can only be turned on and off in the WIFI SETTINGS screen of the dashcam. An API call to turn a hotspot on and off is planned for the future.

The password contains twenty alphanumeric characters including at least one of each of the following: uppercase letters, lowercase letters, numbers. The new Wi-Fi password is generated each time the hotspot is switched from Off to On. Following a firmware update the hotspot remains in the state is was prior to the update, whether Off or On. Following a factory reset the password reverts to the default 12345678.

NOM label added to Certification screen


To sell in Mexico, devices require Official Mexican Standards, or Norma Oficial Mexicana (NOM) certification. The AI-12 dashcam is designed to meet NOM certification requirements and the label has been added to the Certification screen on the AI-12 dashcam.


Fixed items

Issue ID




In some cases, following the upgrade to firmware version 3.12.108, the dashcam rebooted repeatedly.

The issue was resolved so that the dashcam does not reboot repeatedly.

Known limitations

The following table lists the current known issues that have not yet been resolved:

Issue ID



Smoking events are not always triggered. Additionally, seatbelt events are not always triggered when drivers wear dark clothing on their upper bodies.


On rare occasions, the recording request file may skip one second in the video.


Some devices report high data usage.


In rare cases, event videos have a two-second time difference between the recordings from the in-cab lens and the road-facing lens.

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