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Author Topic: Eufy Indoor Cam 2k (Anker) Hackable?  (Read 6149 times)

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November 13, 2020, 11:17:40 am
I got myself an Eufy Indoor Cam 2k (by Anker)
Has anyone developed custom firmware with these?
I've read a few how-to's on IP cam hacking and when I have some time I will try to dig in.
But if someone already has that would be great too!

Attached is image of the board inside the Eufy Indoor Cam 2k 
Board is branded with 'TEAN E120339 94V-0ML1'

It's got some interesting contact points like 'BOOTTO', 'DM' and 'SPK+' SPK-' which might be interesting to investigate.


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November 24, 2020, 07:27:43 am
SPK+ - will most probably be for speaker.
DM, BOOT0 maybe interesting, not really sure offhand unless you take a look and see what signals are coming out of either..  GND will be ground.

Whats on the other side of the board?
What SoC is it using under the heatsink? (the big block above PZ1)

My usual method will be to check what the SoC is, and try see where the UART pins lead.

This camera - right?

See if you can find some firmware that we can look at also.  That will give more clues.  It's probably ARM based.

What does the flash branding say?  I think its a Winbond, but not 100% from the photo. (its left, above the TEAN E120339 writing)
At a guess, its likely SPI flash, as I only see 8 pins,  but a better shot of the model number would help.