Once you install the Arlo Go camera to secure your home, you can use the Arlo app to set up the basic and advanced settings of your camera. However, lots of users come across an issue where their Arlo Go camera goes offline. And the camera never seems to come back online on its own. If you are also facing the same problem, try these simple arlo troubleshooting tips:
Unplug your Arlo camera, remove the battery and reinsert it.
Now, notice the camera LED behavior.
If the LED light doesn’t become visible, check if the battery is not dead.
Blinking amber LED light indicates the low battery. So recharge the batteries.
If the LED blinks blue quickly after turning on the camera, it means that the camera is connected to the cloud. In this case, Log out from your Arlo account and access Netgear Arlo Pro Login Again.
In case your Arlo camera is still offline, get instant help from our qualified and well-trained experts.
The blinking amber LED of Arlo signifies that your camera doesn’t have any type of LTE network coverage. So position the camera to an area with LTE coverage.
On the off chance that the LED blinks amber and blue, the camera is getting an Arlo firmware update. Wait until the update has completed and the camera has rebooted.