Tag Archives: IOS

Connect DS Cam to your Synology NAS

Since we had already setup external access for our Synology NAS, now is time to test it and make sure we can access our Synology Surveillance Station from the WAN network using our phone or browsers. If you are using IOS or Android phone, download the Synology official Surveillance Cam App,

IOS: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/ds-cam/id349087111?mt=8
Android: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.synology.DScam&hl=en

Install them, and you would see the DS cam icon like below,


You can enter your router external IP Address with the forwarded port, if you are not sure how to do a port forwarding for Synology NAS please refer to my previous post here.


The green box is “navigation menu”, and the red one is “view all mode”


If you click on individual camera, the right box at the top is “manual recording”.


Navigation Menu


Recordings video


You can filter the recording videos by source, cameras, and date. And if you want you can sort it by date.


This is “view all” mode. You can see all the camera real time activities in a single view.



“Error 53” will disable your IPhone permanently

Key Notes:

  1. Only occurred if your IPhone support Touch ID finger sensor including the iPhone 5S, 6 and 6S.
  2. And if your Home Button repaired by an unauthorized third party,
  3. If you updated your IOS to version 9.2.


Recently Apple has maintained that Error 53 is designed to protect its customers from security threats. But lot of Apple customers are very unhappy with the decision and claimed that it destroyed their property without any warning.

If you took your phone to a non-Apple certified repair shop to fix your home button, you are at risk.

Error 53 occurs when the user attempts to update their phone’s software to the latest version of iOS 9.2.

Up to date, currently there is no way can revert back the Error 53, and your IPhone will be completely disabled forever.