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  • sp00n67 Mar 14, 2008

    Is there a way too either by pass the pass word or some kind of code to reset a 3.2 trail sentry

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According to bushnell website the only way to reset password is to bring the camera to a service center to have the firmware re-flashed to factory default.

check their website here

All tech forums say the same , only way out is reinstall firmware, and there is no DIY software on internet.
In the website there are also instruction to find service, it shouldn't be an expensive operation, and does not take long.

By the way, if you never changed the password, the default password is 0000

Regards

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If that camera have a connection to the computer..... there so many posibblity to reset the password.....but If not try to read and analyse your camera's manual..

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Did u pull sd card out as u did that
try this
Open the camera by releasing the latches on the right side of the camera. Install 4 “D” cell batteries (flat base of all batteries
contacting springs), and insert an SD card (not included, use any capacity from 16MB to 1GB) in the slot to the right of the 5
buttons (upside down, brand name facing you). Press the card down until you hear it click into place.
2. Press and release the Power switch. The display will show four “dashes”, then change to “HHHH” with a blinking key icon
below it. This is a prompt to enter your password, which can be changed in the setup menu. The first time the camera is turned
on, the password is the default, “0000”. Press the Enter button four times to enter four zeros, then press it again to confirm-the
display indicates “PASS” and the camera is ready to operate. If the wrong password is entered, the display will flash “ERRO”
and the camera will not work.
3. If you are using the camera for the first time, you should set the date and time so your photos will be “stamped” correctly.
Briefly press the Menu button-”DATE” will blink on the display. Press Enter to confirm you want to change the date, then the
first two digits will flash, prompting you to enter the month. Use the Up/Down buttons to set the current month, then press Enter,
and repeat to set the day of the month and press Enter again. The display will then change to let you set the year, with only the
last two digits flashing (“20_ _”). Again use the Up/Down buttons to change the year if necessary, press enter, and set the time
(“TIME” will flash, press enter and use Up/Down to set the hour and minute. The time display uses the 24 hr standard, so 2:00
PM is indicated as “1400”, etc).
4. After the date and time have been set, and Enter is pressed, “EVENT” will blink on the display. Press Enter and the “camera”
icons for still photos and movie clips will both blink. This allows you to choose which type of file will be recorded every 30
seconds for as long as motion and heat events are detected. Press Enter again, and only the still photo icon will blink. Pressing
the UP and DOWN buttons will now let you alternate between blinking movie camera and still photo icons. Select the photo
mode you prefer and press ENTER while that icon is blinking.

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    5.
    The “key” icon will blink next, press ENTER and enter any four digit password of your choice (to keep using the default “0000”,

    just press ENTER 4 times) by using the UP/DOWN buttons to change each digit and using ENTER to step to the next digit. When

    finished, press ENTER if you want to return to the date/time setup menu, or press and hold the MENU button at any time to exit

    all setup menus and return to normal operation.

    6.
    In normal operating mode, the display will only show the still photo or movie clip icon in the lower left corner, an SD card

    icon on the lower right, and one or more digits that indicate how many photo or movie files have been stored on the card. To test

    the camera operation, wave your hand in front of the lens and PIR (passive infrared/motion) detector, while looking at the LCD

    display. Every time an “event” is detected, the display will indicate “Plr”, “EVNT”, “rECd” in turn, and the event is recorded

    on the SD card as a new line in a text file, including the date and time of the event. As long as events are being detected, a new

    still photo or movie clip (as set in the menu) will be recorded every 30 seconds, indicated on the display by “Plr”, “SnAP”, then

    “SAVE”. Note: for movie clips, the display will stay on “SnAP” for the 15 sec duration of each movie.

    7.
    Thread the strap through the slots on the back of the Sentry and attach the buckles, then strap it onto a suitable tree, making

    sure the strap is tight and the camera is aimed at the area you wish to observe. Turn on the camera (make sure a new or empty SD

    card has been inserted) and leave the area-there is a 60 second delay after power on before the first photo is taken. The flash will

    fire automatically at night for still photos, but not movies, so they will be dark unless the area is well lit by the moon or another

    light source. Batteries typically last 30 days or more, depending on how often the Sentry is activated, how often the flash fires,

    ambient temperature, etc..

    8.
    Pressing the Up/Down buttons during normal operation will switch the display between showing # of photos stored and # of

    events recorded. To look at your captured photos, make sure the power is off, and remove the SD card by pushing down lightly

    on the top edge of the card-it will pop up for removal. Use an SD card reader with any PC or Mac (or the Bushnell Trail Scout

    Viewer) to view, copy, or delete the photos (standard JPG files) and movies (AVI files) inside the “DCIM/100MEDIA” folder on

    the card. Double click on an individual file to see it, or open the files with the photo software of your choice. The event log is the

    .TXT file, just double click to open and view with your default software for standard plain text files.

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    1.
    Open the Sentry by pulling out on the two latches on the right side. Install 4 “D” cell batteries (flat

    base of all batteries contacting springs), and insert an SD card (not included, use any capacity from

    16MB to 1GB. Do not substitute MMC cards.) in the slot to the right of the 5 buttons as indicated on the

    slot cover (upside down, with the notched corner of the card on the left and metal contacts of the card

    facing the back of the slot). Press the card down until you hear it click into place. If the Sentry is turned

    on without a card in place, it may not turn off-reset it by pulling one of the batteries out partway, insert a

    new or empty SD card, and put the battery back in place. Only remove or insert cards with power off.

    2.
    Press and release the Power switch. The display will show four “dashes”,

    then change to “HHHH” with a blinking key icon below it (Fig a). This is

    a prompt to enter your password, which can be changed in the setup menu.

    The first time the camera is turned on, the password is the default, “0000”.

    Press the Enter button four times to enter four zeros (b) (if you previously

    changed the password in the setup menu, use the UP/DOWN buttons to enter

    your password digits, pressing ENTER after each one.), then press it again

    to confirm-the display indicates “PASS” and the camera is ready to operate.

    If the wrong password is entered, the display will flash “ERRO” and the

    camera will not work or allow the password to be changed. After an incorrect

    password is entered for the third time, the Sentry will automatically turn off.

    Power must be turned on again before beginning a new password entry cycle.

    a

    b

    Setup Guide (cont.)

    3.
    If you are using the camera for the first time, you should set the date and

    time so your photos will be “stamped” correctly. Briefly press the Menu button-

    ”DATE” will blink on the display. Press Enter to confirm you want to change

    the date, then the first two digits will flash, prompting you to enter the month

    (c). Use the Up/Down buttons to set the current month, then press Enter. Set

    the day of the month the same way, and press Enter again. The display will

    then change to let you set the year, with only the last two digits blinking (“20_

    _”) (d). Again use the Up/Down buttons to change the year if necessary, press

    enter, and set the time (“TIME” will flash, press enter and use Up/Down to set

    the hour and minute. The time display uses the 24 hr standard, so 2:00 PM is

    indicated as “1400”, etc).

    4.
    After the date and time have been set, and Enter is pressed, “EVENT” will

    flash on the display. Press Enter and the “camera” icons for still photos and

    movie clips will both blink (e). Press Enter again, and only the still camera

    icon will blink. Pressing the UP or DOWN buttons will now cycle between

    the 2 photo mode choices: Still Photos or Video Clips. This allows you to

    choose which type of file will be recorded every 30 seconds for as long as

    motion and heat events are detected. Select the photo mode you prefer (keep in mind that movie clips

    may be dark at night

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    try them ok i know it seems like alot but those are the cures

  • djnick989payments jones

    take batteries out also hold power button down for 30 sec ok test this too

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Try 0000.
Here is the user manual.

Posted on Mar 14, 2008

  • Jaime Hernandez Mar 14, 2008

    Check on page # 3 of the user guide.

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