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A hard reset will fix your dilemma. To do a hard reset first turn your phone off. Press the volume keys+ power button at the same time for about 5-10 seconds, an android logo should bring up. You are now on the system recovery menu, scroll through the options using the volume keys. you will find a prompt asking you if you want to reset factory settings, choose YES and your device should boot up like the first time it was bought. Be warned though, doing a factory reset will delete all your files/ installed apps.
There is no factory reset unplug the camera shut down the DVR then reboot the DVR then reconnect the camera if this doesn't work check the power supply to the camera it might not be getting the correct voltage hope this helps thanx Chris ..
As a tech, I found FireWire cables to be vastly unreliable, but if you just have to have one, do NOT scrimp. Get one that is heavy duty. The thicker the cable, the better. Avoid flexing the cable near the connectors if at all possible.