User's Manual
DrivePro 200
Car Video Recorder
(For FW v2.0 or later**)
(For FW prior to v2.0**)
* Click the image to view the corresponding manual.
** Please go to Settings > Information to check your DrivePro firmware version.
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User's Manual
DrivePro 200
Car Video Recorder
(For FW v2.0 or later)
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Table of Contents
1. Introduction︱.....................................................................................................................................4
2. Package Contents︱......................................................................................................................... 4
3. Features︱........................................................................................................................................... 6
4. System Requirements︱.................................................................................................................. 6
5. Safety Precautions︱........................................................................................................................ 7
6. Getting Started︱............................................................................................................................... 8
Inserting a microSD Memory Card.............................................................................................................9
Mounting the DrivePro............................................................................................................................... 10
Connecting to Power.................................................................................................................................. 11
Recording Screen....................................................................................................................................... 13
Function Buttons......................................................................................................................................... 13
Setting the Date and Time.........................................................................................................................14
7. Recording Videos︱........................................................................................................................15
Emergency Recording............................................................................................................................... 15
8. Playing Videos and Browsing Photos︱................................................................................... 17
Playing Videos / Browsing Photos........................................................................................................... 17
Deleting Videos/Photos............................................................................................................................. 18
Protecting Videos........................................................................................................................................18
VIDEO OUT................................................................................................................................................. 19
9. Settings︱.......................................................................................................................................... 19
10. Using the DrivePro App︱...........................................................................................................23
11. DrivePro Toolbox™ Software︱.................................................................................................24
12. Transferring Files to a Computer︱..........................................................................................25
13. Troubleshooting︱........................................................................................................................ 28
14. Specifications︱............................................................................................................................ 30
15. Recycling and Environmental Considerations︱................................................................. 32
16. Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Statement.................................................. 33
17. Two-year Limited Warranty︱.....................................................................................................34
18. GNU General Public License (“GPL”) Disclosure................................................................ 35
19. End-User License Agreement (EULA)..................................................................................... 35
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1. Introduction︱
Thank you for purchasing Transcend’s DrivePro – an advanced car video recorder (CVR) that is specifically
designed to capture real time video of events happening outside your vehicle while driving. Mounted on your
car’s windshield, the DrivePro uses a 160° Wide Angle Lens for the best field of view and records video in
crystal clear Full HD 1080P to ensure all the important details of your trip are recorded. Videos are saved on
a microSD memory card as the vehicle is driven. Your DrivePro comes bundled with a 16GB Transcend
microSD memory card, letting you record around 2 hours of Full HD footage without the need to purchase
additional storage. Thanks to its built-in Wi-Fi and the use of a free downloadable DrivePro App, developed
for use with Apple iOS and Android devices, you can view live video footage during recording, control
DrivePro functions and playback videos directly from your smartphone or tablet. This User Manual will give
you step-by-step instructions and advice to help you get the best experience from your new device. Please
read it carefully before using the DrivePro.
2. Package Contents︱
The DrivePro Car Video Recorder package includes the following items:
DrivePro Car Video Recorder
Adhesive Mount or Suction Mount
Car Adapter
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16GB microSD Memory Card
Video Cable
Quick Start Guide
Warranty Card
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3. Features︱
Smooth, detailed Full HD 1080P recording @ 30fps resolution
Bright 2.4-inch color LCD screen
160 degree wide angle lens
Bundled 16GB microSD memory card
Wi-Fi function lets you operate the DrivePro on your mobile device
Hi-Speed USB 2.0 connector for easy computer connectivity and fast file transfers
Stream videos on a TV screen via VIDEO OUT port
Records videos in .MOV file format
Built-in microphone
Built-in speaker
Supports 13 languages
4. System Requirements︱
System requirements for connecting the DrivePro to a desktop or a laptop with a working USB port:
 Windows® XP
 Windows Vista®
 Windows® 7
 Windows® 8
 Windwos® 10
 Mac® OS X 10.8.2 or later
 Linux® Kernel 2.6.38 or later
Device requirements for running the DrivePro App:
 Apple device with iOS 8.0+
 Android device with Android 4.0+
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5. Safety Precautions︱
These usage and safety guidelines are IMPORTANT! Please follow them carefully to ensure your own
personal safety and help protect your DrivePro from potential damage.
General Use
 For in-car use only.
 Do not operate the DrivePro or use the DrivePro App while driving.
 Avoid using or storing the DrivePro in an extreme temperature environment.
 Never allow the DrivePro to come in contact with water or any other liquids.
 Do not use the DrivePro in environments with strong magnetic fields or excessive vibration.
 Only use the Transcend provided car adapter with the DrivePro. Use of other car adapters may
cause unknown problems.
 If your car’s lighter socket continues to provide power after the engine is switched off, unplug the
DrivePro when the engine is off or idling to reduce unnecessary power consumption and prevent
any unexpected problems.
Mounting Location
 Never place the DrivePro where the driver’s view or deployment of airbags is obstructed.
 Mount the DrivePro within range of the windshield wipers to ensure clear visibility in rain.
WARNING!
1. Remove the DrivePro carefully if it is mounted on a tinted window to prevent damage
to the tint film.
2. Use only the adhesive mount or the suction mount included in the DrivePro package.
Backing Up Data
 Transcend does NOT take any responsibility for data loss or damage during operation. We
strongly advise that you first backup the data in your memory card to a computer or other storage
medium before using it in your DrivePro.
 To ensure Hi-Speed USB 2.0 data transfer rates when connecting your DrivePro to a computer,
please check that the computer has the relevant USB drivers. If you are not sure how to check this,
please consult the computer or motherboard User’s manual for USB driver information.
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6. Getting Started︱
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Wide Angle Lens
Built-in Speaker
VIDEO OUT Port
2.4” LCD Display
Function Buttons
LED Indicator
Emergency Button
Memory Card Slot
Bracket Socket
USB Connector
Built-in Microphone
Reset Button
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Inserting a microSD Memory Card
You must insert a microSD memory card into the DrivePro before you can start recording. Please use a
MLC-based microSD memory card with 8GB, 16GB or 32GB capacity (Class 10 or above).
1. Insert a microSD memory card into its appropriate card slot on the left-hand side of the DrivePro.
Note: Always format new memory cards in the DrivePro before using them for the first time. To
format a new memory card, press the Settings button during recording and select Format Card.
WARNING! TS16GDP200 only supports FAT32 format.
2. To remove, push to eject the memory card out of the slot.
WARNING! Do not remove the memory card during shutdown to avoid damage to the
memory card and loss of recorded videos.
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The following table shows approximate recording time based on capacity and resolution (for
reference only):
Card Capacity
1080P 30fps
720P 30fps
8GB
1hr 20 min
2hr 20 min
16GB
2hr 40 min
4hr 40 min
32GB
5hr 20 min
9hr 30 min
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Mounting the DrivePro
1. Insert the mounting bracket into the top of the DrivePro and slide sideways until you hear a click.
2. Thoroughly clean and dry the area of the windshield you wish to mount the DrivePro. If possible,
mount the DrivePro in the middle of the windshield near the rear-view mirror for the best field of
view.
3. Press down the lever bar of the suction mount or peel off the protective film from the adhesive
mount, and firmly attach the DrivePro to the windshield.
4. Turn the adjustment knob anticlockwise to loosen and then adjust the DrivePro’s position.
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5. When the DrivePro is in the best position, turn the adjustment knob clockwise to make sure the
DrivePro is securely locked in place.
Connecting to Power
Note: Insert a microSD memory card before connecting the DrivePro to your car’s lighter socket.
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1. Connect the small end of the car adapter to the USB connector of the DrivePro.
2. Connect the other end of the car adapter to your car’s lighter socket.
3. After the car engine is switched on, the DrivePro will automatically turn on and start recording.
Note: Please set up the date and time before first use.
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Recording Screen
① Recording status indicator
② Video resolution
③ Wi-Fi indicator
④ Voice record status
⑤ Battery status
⑥ Date/Time
Function Buttons
Mode
Video Recording
Power / Wi-Fi
Browse Files
Settings
Snapshot
Back*
Up
Down
OK
Back*
Play/Pause
Protected/ Unprotected
Delete
Browse/Settings
Video Playback
View Photos
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Back*
Left
Right
Delete
*Press and hold the Power button for 3 seconds to manually turn on/off the DrivePro in any mode.
LED Indicator Reference Chart
LED
Wi-Fi
●
On
●
Off
Status
Definition
Flashing
Recording with Wi-Fi
Solid
Standby with Wi-Fi
Flashing
Recording
Solid
Standby
Setting the Date and Time
To set the current date and time:
1. During video recording, press the Settings button
2. Use
/
.
to select Date/Time Settings, and press
3. Use
/
to adjust values, and press
4. Repeat Step 3 to set up the date/time format. Press
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to move to the next block.
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7. Recording Videos︱
After the car engine is switched on, the DrivePro will automatically turn on and start recording.
By default, one video file is saved for every 3 minute of recording. To adjust the recording length, please
refer to the Settings section in this manual.
After the engine is switched off, the DrivePro will automatically save the current recording and power off.
Note: Lighter sockets of some types of vehicles will still supply power after the car engine is turned off. If
your car is of this type, please unplug your car video recorder from the lighter socket to avoid
unnecessary power consumption and unexpected issues.
Emergency Recording
30% of the storage space will be saved for emergency video files. Video files recorded in emergency mode
are protected from being overwritten.
Manual Event Recording: During video recording, press the emergency button on the left-hand side of the
DrivePro to manually activate emergency recording mode.
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A warning will appear on the screen when the emergency recording is being activated.
G-Sensor Event Recording: During video recording, the DrivePro will automatically activate Emergency
Recording mode when detecting a collision.
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If the G-Sensor sensitivity is set to “High”, even minor shocks will activate Emergency Recording
mode.
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If the G-Sensor sensitivity is set to “Low”, only significant shocks will activate Emergency Recording
mode.
G-Sensor sensitivity can be adjusted or disabled in the Settings menu.
Note: The earliest emergency file saved will be overwritten by the latest emergency file recorded once the
30% storage space is full.
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8. Playing Videos and Browsing Photos︱
Playing Videos / Browsing Photos
1. During video recording, press the Browse button
.
2. Use
/
to select Normal, Emergency or Snapshot, and press
3. Use
/
to select the desired file, and press
4. Press
to pause playback, and
5. Press
to return to the video file list.
to resume.
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to preview.
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Deleting Videos/Photos
1. Press
2. Use
to delete video/photo files.
/
to cancel or confirm the deletion of the video/photo file, and press
Protecting Videos
1. Press
2. Use
to protect the video file.
/
to select the desired option and press
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VIDEO OUT
To play recorded files on a TV set:
1. Connect the DrivePro to your TV using the video cable.
2. Press the Settings button
on the DrivePro.
3. Use
/
to select Video Out and press
4. Use
/
to select the TV type based on your region (NTSC or PAL) and press
5. Press
.
to return to the recording screen and press the Browse button
6. Use
/
to select either Normal Files or Emergency Files and press
7. Use
/
to select the desired video file and press
.
.
.
.
To disable playback on a TV set:
1. Press the Settings button
on the DrivePro.
2. Use
/
to select Video Out and press
3. Use
/
to select Disable and press
.
.
4. Remove the video cable from your TV and the DrivePro.
9. Settings︱
In the Settings menu, you can adjust settings such as video resolution, recording time and G-Sensor
sensitivity. You can also set the date/time, change interface language, format memory card, and upgrade
firmware.
1. Press the Settings button
2. Use
/
.
to select the menu option and press
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3. Use
4. Press
/
to select the desired setting, and press
.
to return to the Settings menu.
Menu Options
Resolution: Set the resolution/quality for video recording.
Available options: 1080P 30FPS / 720P 30FPS
Exposure Value: Adjust exposure composition value to lighten or darken the preview screen.
Available options: +2.0 ~ -2.0
Video Length: Set the recording length of each recorded video file.
Available options: 1 min / 3 mins / 5 mins
Video Stamp: Display the current time of the event of the video being recorded.
Available options: Disable / Enable
G-Sensor: Adjust the sensitivity of the G-Sensor.
Available options: Disable / Low / Medium / High
Microphone: Turn on/off microphone during video recording.
Available options: Disable / Enable
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Volume: Set the speaker volume level.
Available options: 0 / 1 / 2 / 3 / 4 / 5 / 6 / 7 (Choose 0 to switch on Silent Mode)
Auto Display Off: Set duration for display to automatically turn off after recording begins.
Available options: Never / After 1 min / After 3 mins
Delay Power Off: Schedule the DrivePro to shut down at a certain time.
Available options: Disable / 10 secs / 30 secs
Date/Time: Set the current date/time and format.
Video Out: Set the TV type based on your local region.
Available options: Disable / NTSC / PAL
Light Frequency: Select the appropriate frequency to avoid flashing A/C light.
Available options: 50Hz / 60Hz
Language: Set the on-screen display menu language. (13 languages available)
Available options: English / 繁體中文 / 简体中文 / 日本語 / Deutsch / Español / Français / Italiano
/ Русский / Português / Ελληνικά / Türkçe / 한국어
Information: Display DrivePro’s current firmware version, card capacity, free space, SSID and
password.
Format Card: Format the microSD memory card.
Available options: Cancel / Confirm
WARNING: Formatting will erase all data stored in the card.
Restore Defaults: Reset all the settings to factory default settings.
Available options: Cancel / Confirm
Upgrade Firmware: Keep your DrivePro up-to-date with the latest version downloaded from
Transcend website http://www.transcend-info.com/Support/service
1. After downloading the firmware from Transcend website, decompress it and put it in the
“SYSTEM” folder in the microSD memory card.
2. Insert the microSD memory card that contains the latest firmware version.
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3. Select Upgrade Firmware from the Settings menu, and press
to start the firmware
detection process. The DrivePro will automatically find the latest firmware file. Select Confirm
to complete firmware upgrade process.
WARNING: NEVER remove the power cord or the microSD memory card while the
firmware is being upgraded.
1. DrivePro will shut down and the red LED light will flash while the firmware is being
upgraded. After the upgrade is complete, the DrivePro will restart automatically.
2. If the DrivePro cannot be turned on due to firmware upgrade failure, please contact
Transcend customer service for technical support.
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10. Using the DrivePro App︱
Developed specifically for iOS (iPhone/iPad) and Android devices, the free download DrivePro App allows
you to wirelessly view real-time video footages during recording, control DrivePro functions and play videos
directly from your mobile devices.
Downloading and Installing the App
1. Search “DrivePro New” app on your App Store or Google Play.
2. Download and install the DrivePro App.
Once the installation is complete, the App will be displayed on the home screen of your device. Before using
the App, please refer to the DrivePro instructions.
Connecting to the DrivePro
1. During video recording, press the
button to turn on the Wi-Fi function.
2. When the icon
is displayed, you can connect your mobile device to the DrivePro New.
3. After turning on the Wi-Fi, please wait for a few seconds for the network to appear.
4. Tap Settings > Wi-Fi from your mobile device.
5. Select the DrivePro New Wi-Fi link (default password is 12345678).
6. Tap the DrivePro New icon on the home screen of your mobile device to use the App.
7. The image above will be displayed when you are connecting to the DrivePro.
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Note: To change the default SSID and the password, please go to Settings in the DrivePro App.
11. DrivePro Toolbox™ Software︱
The DrivePro Toolbox, developed for Windows, features a user-friendly interface that allows you to select
and play videos recorded on your DrivePro, and see your driving paths of the recorded videos displayed on
maps without the need to install separate codecs.
1. Download the installation files from: http://www.transcend-info.com/downloads
2. Install DrivePro Toolbox software on your desktop or laptop.
The useful features include:
1. Video Sorting
Easily sort videos by filename, recording date or group.
2. Smooth Video Playback
Connect the DrivePro or use a microSD card slot supported card reader or adapter to play back
recorded video events on your Windows OS computer.
3. Show Your Driving Paths
See your driving paths of the recorded video displayed on maps (this feature only works with DrivePro
220 & DrivePro 520’s GPS receiver).
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12. Transferring Files to a Computer︱
To transfer files between the DrivePro’s memory card and your computer:
Option 1: Take the microSD memory card out of the DrivePro and insert to a compatible card reader to
transfer files to your computer.
Option 2:
1. Insert the microSD memory card into the DrivePro.
2. Plug the small end of a USB cable into the Mini-B USB port located on the right-hand side of the
DrivePro.
3. Plug the large end of the cable into an available USB port on your desktop or laptop.
DrivePro package does not contain any USB cable.
The DrivePro will display the following screen when connected to a computer:
Windows® 7 / 8 / 8.1 / 10
No drivers are required for connecting the DrivePro to your desktop or laptop. Windows® Operating
Systems have built-in drivers to support your DrivePro. Upon successful connection to your computer, a new
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Removable Disk drive with a newly assigned drive letter representing the DrivePro will automatically
appear in My Computer, and a Removable Hardware
icon will appear in the Windows System Tray.
*Note: (E:) is an example drive letter – the letter in your “My Computer” window may differ.
Your DrivePro is now ready to transfer data just like an external hard drive. To transfer videos, simply
drag-and-drop files from the folder that represents the DrivePro.
Proper removal of your DrivePro from Windows:
1.
Click once on the Removable Hardware icon
2.
A Safely Remove Hardware window will pop up. Click to continue.
3.
Unplug your DrivePro from the USB port.
in the system tray.
Mac® OS X 10.8.2 or later
No drivers are required. Plug your DrivePro into an available USB port directly, and your computer will
automatically detect it.
Proper removal of your DrivePro from Mac OS:
Drag-and-drop the Disk icon corresponding to your DrivePro into the trashcan, and then unplug your
DrivePro from the USB port.
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WARNING!
1. To prevent data loss, always follow the proper removal procedures when
disconnecting the DrivePro from your computer.
2. When DrivePro is connected to a computer, it can only be used for transferring files.
You will not be able to use any of the DrivePro’s features at this time. Please
disconnect your DrivePro from the computer to resume normal function.
3. NEVER use the “format” or “initialize disk” function while the DrivePro is connected to
your computer, even if prompted to do so.
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13. Troubleshooting︱
If a problem occurs to your DrivePro, please first check the instructions listed below before sending your
DrivePro for repair. If you cannot find any ideal solution to your question below, please consult your dealer,
service center, or local Transcend branch office for further help. You can also visit Transcend website for
FAQ and Technical Support services. For any Hardware issues, please refer to the DrivePro User’s Manual.
My computer’s operating system cannot detect my DrivePro
Please check the followings:
1. Is your DrivePro properly connected to the USB port? If not, unplug it and plug it in again. Make sure
that both ends of the USB cables are properly connected as shown in the User’s Manual.
2. Is your DrivePro connected to the Mac keyboard? If yes, try to plug it in an available USB port on your
Mac Desktop directly.
3. Are the computer’s USB port enabled? If not, refer to the user’s manual of your computer (or
motherboard) to enable them.
None of the DrivePro buttons are responding (hangs / lags / stalls)
Try unplugging the car adapter from your DrivePro, and reconnecting it to your DrivePro again.
My DrivePro cannot play videos stored in my memory card.
1. Edited and deformed videos may not be displayed properly on your DrivePro.
2. DrivePro only plays files generated by DrivePro.
Nothing happens after I press the “Emergency Recording” button.
Emergency recording only works when your DrivePro is in recording mode.
How do I turn off the Wi-Fi?
During video recording, press the Wi-Fi button to turn off the Wi-Fi function.
I can’t see the DrivePro network on my device.
Please first check if the Wi-Fi connectivity is enabled on your device. After turning on the Wi-Fi, please
wait for a few seconds for the network to appear.
I can’t wirelessly connect to the DrivePro network.
Turn your DrivePro off, reinsert the microSD card, and then turn your DrivePro back on. Please check
if any device has connected to your DrivePro. Only one device can wirelessly connect to your DrivePro
at a time.
I forgot the Wi-Fi network name and/or password.
Use the Restore Defaults function in the DrivePro Settings menu. The default network name (SSID)
and password will be reset to factory default settings. SSID: “DrivePro”, password: “12345678”.
How many devices can connect to my DrivePro simultaneously?
Only one device can wirelessly connect to your DrivePro at a time.
My android device shows “Unstable internet connection” and cannot connect to DP200
when the WiFi is on?
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Please check the automatic network switching function setting in your mobile device system. Please
disable the automatic network switching function.
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14. Specifications︱
Display Type & Size:
2.4" color LCD
Connect interface:
USB2.0
Storage Capacity:
MLC-based microSD, 8GB / 16GB / 32GB (Class 10 or
above)
Speaker / Microphone:
1.0 Watt / 0.5mA (Built in)
Dimensions:
67mm(L) × 72mm(W) × 34.3mm(H)
Weight:
89g
Power Supply for Car Input DC10V~30V / 1A (Max.)
Lighter Adapter:
Power Supply for
DrivePro:
Output DC5V / 1A
DC5V / 1A
Operating Temperature:
-20 C (-4 F) ~ 65 C (149 F)
Video Formats:
H.264 (MOV: up to 1920x1080 30fps)
Lens
F/2.0, 160 wide angle
Resolution / Frame rate
1920 x 1080 30fps
1280 x 720 30fps
Network Interface
WiFi 802.11b/g/n
Certification:
CE, FCC, BSMI, KC, NCC, MIC
Warranty:
2 years
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1. We strongly recommend the use of MLC-based memory
cards to reach the optimal recording performance as car
video recorders require extensive read/write. Using
TLC-based memory cards on your car video recorder might
result in unstable performance.
2. Transcend offers Ultimate microSD card series (633x &
Note:
600x) for selection to reach the most stable recording
performance in addition to the bundled microSD card.
Please see below for the recommended microSD cards.

16/32GB microSDHC Class 10 UHS-I 600x
(TS16G/32GUSDHC10U1)

32GB microSDHC Class 10 UHS-I U3 633x
(TS32GGUSDU3)
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15. Recycling and Environmental Considerations︱
Recycling the Product (WEEE): Your product is designed and manufactured with high quality materials
and components, which can be recycled and reused. When you see the crossed-out wheel bin symbol
attached to a product, it means the product is covered by the European Directive 2002/96/EC:
Never dispose of your product with other household waste. Please inform yourself about the local rules on
the separate collection of electrical and electronic products. The correct disposal of your old product helps
prevent potential negative consequences on the environment and human health.
Battery Disposal: Your product contains a built-in rechargeable battery covered by the European Directive
2006/66/EC, which cannot be disposed of with normal household waste.
Please inform yourself about the local rules on separate collection of batteries. The correct disposal of
batteries helps prevent potentially negative consequences on the environment and human health.
For products with non-exchangeable built in batteries: The removal of (or the attempt to remove) the battery
invalidates the warranty. This procedure is only to be performed at the end of the product’s life.
CAUTION
RISK
OF
EXPLOSION
IF
BATTERY
IS
REPLACED
BY
DISPOSE OF USED BATTERIES ACCORDING TO THE INSTRUCTIONS.
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16. Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Statement
This device complies with Part 15 FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) This
device may not cause harmful interference. (2) This device must accept any interference received including
interference that may cause undesired operation.
This Equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to
Part 15 of the FCC rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful
interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency
energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to
radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular
installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be
determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by
one or more of the following measures:
- Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
- Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
- Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected.
- Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
RF Exposure Statement:
This equipment complies with FCC RF radiation exposure limits set forth for an uncontrolled
environment. This equipment should be installed and operated with a minimum distance of 20cm between
the radiator and your body.
You are cautioned that changes or modifications not expressly approved by the part responsible for
compliance could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.
FCC RF Radiation Exposure Statement:
This Transmitter must not be co-located or operating in conjunction with any other antenna or transmitter.
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17. Two-year Limited Warranty︱
This product is covered by a Two-year Limited Warranty. Should your product fail under normal use within two years
from the original purchase date, Transcend will provide warranty service pursuant to the terms of the Transcend
Warranty Policy. Proof of the original purchase date is required for warranty service. Transcend will inspect the product
and in its sole discretion repair or replace it with a refurbished product or functional equivalent. Under special
circumstances, Transcend may refund or credit the current value of the product at the time the warranty claim is made.
The decision made by Transcend shall be final and binding upon you. Transcend may refuse to provide inspection,
repair or replacement service for products that are out of warranty, and will charge fees if these services are provided
for out-of-warranty products.
Limitations
Any software or digital content included with this product in disc, downloadable, or preloaded form, is not covered under
this Warranty. This Warranty does not apply to any Transcend product failure caused by accident, abuse, mishandling
or improper usage (including use contrary to the product description or instructions, outside the scope of the product’s
intended use, or for tooling or testing purposes), alteration, abnormal mechanical or environmental conditions
(including prolonged exposure to humidity), acts of nature, improper installation (including connection to incompatible
equipment), or problems with electrical power (including undervoltage, overvoltage, or power supply instability). In
addition, damage or alteration of warranty, quality or authenticity stickers, and/or product serial or electronic numbers,
unauthorized repair or modification, or any physical damage to the product or evidence of opening or tampering with
the product casing will also void this Warranty. This Warranty shall not apply to transferees of Transcend products
and/or anyone who stands to profit from this Warranty without Transcend’s prior written authorization. This Warranty
only applies to the product itself, and excludes integrated LCD panels, rechargeable batteries, and all product
accessories (such as card adapters, cables, earphones, power adapters, and remote controls).
Transcend Warranty Policy
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agree that you accept the terms of the Transcend Warranty Policy, which may be amended from time to time.
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User's Manual
DrivePro 200
Car Video Recorder
(For FW prior to v2.0)
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Table of Contents
Introduction︱.......................................................................................................................................39
Package Contents︱........................................................................................................................... 39
Features︱............................................................................................................................................. 41
System Requirements︱.................................................................................................................... 41
Safety Precautions︱.......................................................................................................................... 41
Getting Started︱................................................................................................................................. 42
Inserting a microSD Memory Card...........................................................................................................44
Mounting the DrivePro............................................................................................................................... 45
Connecting to Power..................................................................................................................................46
Recording Screen....................................................................................................................................... 47
Function Buttons......................................................................................................................................... 48
Set the Date and Time............................................................................................................................... 49
Recording Videos︱............................................................................................................................ 50
Loop Recording...........................................................................................................................................50
Emergency Recording............................................................................................................................... 50
Browse and Playback Videos︱....................................................................................................... 52
Playing Videos.............................................................................................................................................52
Deleting Videos........................................................................................................................................... 53
Protecting Videos........................................................................................................................................53
VIDEO OUT................................................................................................................................................. 53
Settings︱.............................................................................................................................................. 54
Transfer Files to a Computer︱........................................................................................................ 57
Troubleshooting︱...............................................................................................................................60
Specifications︱................................................................................................................................... 62
Recycling and Environmental Considerations︱........................................................................ 64
CAUTION RISK OF EXPLOSION IF BATTERY IS REPLACED BY AN INCORRECT
TYPE.DISPOSE OF USED BATTERIES ACCORDING TO THE INSTRUCTIONS.................. 64
Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Statement.........................................................65
Two-year Limited Warranty︱........................................................................................................... 66
GNU General Public License (“GPL”) Disclosure.......................................................................67
End-User License Agreement (EULA)............................................................................................67
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Introduction︱
Thank you for purchasing Transcend’s DrivePro – an advanced car video recorder (CVR) that is specifically
designed to capture real time video of events happening outside your vehicle while driving. Mounted on your
car’s windshield, the DrivePro uses a 160° Wide Angle Lens for the best field of view and records video in
crystal clear Full HD 1080P to ensure all the important details of your trip are recorded. Videos are saved on
a microSD memory card as the vehicle is driven. Your DrivePro comes bundled with a 16GB Transcend
microSD memory card, letting you record around 2 hours of Full HD footage without the need to purchase
additional storage. Thanks to its built-in Wi-Fi and the use of a free downloadable DrivePro App, developed
for use with Apple iOS and Android devices, you can view live video footage during recording, control
DrivePro functions and playback videos directly from your smartphone or tablet. This User Manual will give
you step-by-step instructions and advice to help you get the best experience from your new device. Please
read it carefully before using the DrivePro.
Package Contents︱
The DrivePro Car Video Recorder package includes the following items:
DrivePro Car Video Recorder
Adhesive Mount or Suction Mount
Car Adapter
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16GB microSD Memory Card
Video Cable
Quick Start Guide
Warranty Card
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Features︱
Smooth, detailed Full HD 1080P recording @ 30fps resolution
Bright 2.4-inch color LCD screen
160 degree wide angle lens
Bundled 16GB microSD memory card
Wi-Fi function lets you operate the DrivePro on your mobile device
Hi-Speed USB 2.0 connector for easy computer connectivity and fast file transfers
Stream videos on a TV screen via VIDEO OUT port
Records videos in .MOV file format with 15Mbps high video bit rate
Built-in microphone
Built-in speaker
Supports 13 languages
System Requirements︱
System requirements for connecting the DrivePro to a desktop or a laptop with a working USB port:
 Windows® XP
 Windows Vista®
 Windows® 7
 Windows® 8
 Windwos® 10
 Mac® OS X 10.8.2 or later
 Linux® Kernel 2.6.38 or later
Device requirements for running the DrivePro App:
 Apple device with iOS 8.0+
 Android device with Android 4.0+
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Safety Precautions︱
These usage and safety guidelines are IMPORTANT! Please follow them carefully to ensure your own
personal safety and help protect your DrivePro from potential damage.
General Use
 For in-car use only.
 Do not operate the DrivePro or use the DrivePro App while driving.
 Avoid using or storing the DrivePro in an extreme temperature environment.
 Never allow the DrivePro to come in contact with water or any other liquids.
 Do not use the DrivePro in environments with strong magnetic fields or excessive vibration.
 Only use the Transcend provided car adapter with the DrivePro. Use of other car adapters may
cause unknown problems.
 If your car’s lighter socket continues to provide power after the engine is switched off, unplug the
DrivePro when the engine is off or idling to reduce unnecessary power consumption and prevent
any unexpected problems.
Mounting Location
 Never place the DrivePro where the driver’s view or deployment of airbags is obstructed.
 Mount the DrivePro within range of the windshield wipers to ensure clear visibility in rain.
WARNING! Removing the DrivePro carefully if mounting the DrivePro on a tinted window
to prevent damage to the tint film.
Backing Up Data
 Transcend does NOT take any responsibility for data loss or damage during operation. We
strongly advise that you first backup the data in your memory card to a computer or other storage
medium before using it in your DrivePro.
 To ensure Hi-Speed USB 2.0 data transfer rates when connecting your DrivePro to a computer,
please check that the computer has the relevant USB drivers. If you are not sure how to check this,
please consult the computer or motherboard User’s manual for USB driver information.
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Getting Started︱
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Wide Angle Lens
Built-in Speaker
VIDEO OUT Port
2.4” LCD Display
Function Buttons
LED Indicator
Emergency Button
Memory Card Slot
Bracket Socket
USB Connector
Built-in Microphone
Reset Button
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Inserting a microSD Memory Card
You must insert a microSD memory card into the DrivePro before you can start recording. Please use a
MLC-based microSD memory card with 8GB, 16GB or 32GB capacity (Class 10 or above).
1. Insert a microSD memory card into its appropriate card slot on the left-hand side of the DrivePro.
Note: Always format new memory cards in the DrivePro before using them for the first time. To
format a new memory card, press the Settings button during recording and select Format Card.
WARNING! TS16GDP200 do not support exFAT & NTFS format, and only support FAT32
format.
2. To remove, push to eject the memory card out of the slot.
WARNING! Do not remove the memory card during shutdown to avoid damage to the
memory card and loss of recorded videos.
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The following table shows approximate recording time based on capacity and resolution (for
reference only):
Card Capacity
Full HD 1080P 30fps
HD 720P 30fps
8GB
1hr 10 min
2hr 10 min
16GB
2hr 20 min
4hr 20 min
32GB
4hr 40 min
8hr 50 min
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Mounting the DrivePro
1. Insert the mounting bracket into the top of the DrivePro and slide sideways until you hear a click.
2. Thoroughly clean and dry the area of the windshield you wish to mount the DrivePro. If possible,
mount the DrivePro in the middle of the windshield near the rear-view mirror for the best field of
view.
3. Peel off the protective film from the mounting bracket’s foam sticker and firmly attach the DrivePro
to the windshield.
4. Turn the adjustment knob anticlockwise to loosen and then adjust the DrivePro’s position.
5. When the DrivePro is in the best position, turn the adjustment knob clockwise to make sure the
DrivePro is securely locked in place.
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Connecting to Power
Note: Insert a microSD memory card before connecting the DrivePro to your car’s lighter socket.
1. Connect the small end of the car adapter to the USB connector of the DrivePro.
2. Connect the other end of the car adapter to your car’s lighter socket.
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3. After starting your car, the DrivePro will automatically turn on and start recording.
4. After the engine is switched off, the DrivePro will automatically save the current recording and
power off.
Note: On some cars, the lighter socket continues to provide power after the engine is switched off.
If this happens, unplug the DrivePro when the engine is off or idling to reduce unnecessary
power consumption and prevent any unexpected problems.
Recording Screen
① Recording status indicator
② Video resolution
③ Microphone status indicator
④ Wi-Fi status indicator
⑤ No. of protected files stored out of 15
⑥ Record preview
⑦ Menu button icons
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Function Buttons
Mode
Video Recording
Power On/Off
Browse Files
Settings
Wi-Fi On/Off
Back*
Up
Down
OK
Back*
Delete
Protect
Play/Pause
Browse/Settings
Video Playback
*Press and hold for 3 seconds to turn on/off the DrivePro in any mode.
Emergency Recording
During video recording, press the emergency button on the left-hand side of the DrivePro to manually
activate emergency recording mode.
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LED Indicator Reference Chart
LED Status
Definition
Solid Red
Standby (Wi-Fi Off)
Flashing Red
Recording (Wi-Fi Off)
Solid Blue
Standby (Wi-Fi On)
Flashing Blue
Recording (Wi-Fi On)
Set the Date and Time
To set the current date and time:
1. During video recording, press the Settings button
2. Use
/
.
to select Date/Time Settings and press
.
3. Use
/
to adjust the value and press
to move to the next field.
4. Repeat step 3 above until the date and time settings are complete.
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Recording Videos︱
After starting your car, the DrivePro will turn on and start recording automatically.
By default, one video file is saved for every 1 minute of recording. To adjust the recording length, please see
the Settings section of this manual.
After the engine is switched off, the DrivePro will automatically save the current recording and power off.
Note: On some cars, the lighter socket continues to provide power after the engine is switched off. If this
happens, unplug the DrivePro when the engine is off or idling to reduce unnecessary power
consumption and prevent any unexpected problems.
Loop Recording
With Loop Recording enabled, the oldest files in the memory card will be overwritten by new video files when
memory card capacity is full. To enable Loop Recording, please see the Settings section of this manual.
Emergency Recording
In emergency recording mode, the DrivePro records data 10 seconds before and 50 seconds after the event
occurs (total 1 minute). The DrivePro can save up to 15 emergency video files. Video files recorded in
emergency mode are protected from being overwritten.
Manual event recording: During video recording, press the emergency button on the left-hand side of the
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DrivePro to manually activate emergency recording mode. The emergency icon will appear on the screen
when activated.
G-Sensor event recording: During video recording, if the DrivePro detects an impact, it will automatically
activate emergency recording mode.
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If the G-Sensor sensitivity is set to “High”, even minor shocks will be detected.
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If the G-Sensor sensitivity is set to “Low”, it will only detect significant shocks.
G-Sensor sensitivity can be adjusted or disabled in the Settings menu.
Note: The message “Max number of emergency files reached” will appear on the screen when 15
emergency recorded files have been saved, and the oldest emergency file will be overwritten
automatically when a new emergency recording file is created.
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Browse and Playback Videos︱
Playing Videos
1. During video recording, press the Browse button
.
2. Use
/
to select either Video Files or Protected Files and press
3. Use
/
to select the desired video file and press
4. Press
to pause playback. Press
5. Press
to return to the video file list.
.
again to resume playback.
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Deleting Videos
1. During playback of a video file, press
file?” will appear.
2. Use
/
. The message “Are you sure you want to delete this
to select “Yes” and press
to delete the file.
Protecting Videos
1. During playback of a normal video file, press
. The message “Are you sure you want to
protect this file?” will appear.
2. Use
/
to select “Yes” and press
to protect the file.
VIDEO OUT
To playback recorded files on a TV set:
1. Connect the DrivePro to your TV using the video cable.
2. Press the Settings button
on the DrivePro.
3. Use
/
to select Video Out and press
4. Use
/
to select the TV type based on your region (NTSC or PAL) and press
5. Press
.
to return to the recording screen and press the Browse button
6. Use
/
to select either Normal Files or Protected Files and press
7. Use
/
to select the desired video file and press
To disable playback on a TV set:
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1. Press the Settings button
on the DrivePro.
2. Use
/
to select Video Out and press
3. Use
/
to select Disable and press
.
.
4. Remove the video cable from your TV and the DrivePro.
Settings︱
In the Settings menu, you can adjust settings such as video resolution, recording time, and G-Sensor
sensitivity. You can also set the date/time, change interface language, format memory card, and upgrade
firmware.
1. During video recording, press the Settings button
.
2. Use
/
to select the desired menu option and press
3. Use
/
to select the desired setting and press
4. Press
.
.
to return to the Settings menu.
Menu Options
Resolution: Set the resolution/quality for recording video.
Available options: 1080P (FHD) / 720P (HD)
Exposure Value: Adjust exposure composition value to lighten or darken the preview screen.
Available options: 2 / 1 / 0 / -1 / -2
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Video Length: Set the recording length of each recorded video file.
Available options: 1 min / 3 mins / 5 mins
Time Stamp: Adds the current time of the event to the video being recorded.
Available options: Enable / Disable
Voice Recording: Turn on/off microphone during video recording.
Available options: Enable / Disable
Volume: Set the speaker volume level.
Available options: 0 / 1 / 2 / 3 / 4 / 5 (You can also choose 0 to turn off the Beeper)
G-Sensor: Adjust the sensitivity of the G-Sensor.
Available options: Disable / Low / Medium / High
Auto Turn Off Display: Set duration for display to automatically turn off after recording begins.
Available options: Never / After 1 min / After 3 mins
Date/Time Settings: Set the current date and time.
Date/Time Format: Set date format as Y/M/D or M/D/Y. Set time format as AM/PM or 24H. This
setting applies to Time Stamp and system time.
Language: Set the on-screen display menu language. (Built-in 13 languages)
Available options: English / 繁 體 中 文 / 简 体 中 文 / 日 本 語 / Deutsch / Español / Ελληνικά /
Français / Italiano / Россия / Português / Türkçe / 한국어
Video Out: Set the TV type based on your local region.
Available options: Disable / NTSC / PAL
Information: Displays DrivePro’s current firmware version, card capacity, free space, SSID, and
Key.
Format Card: Format the microSD memory card.
Available options: No / Yes
WARNING: Formatting the memory card will erase all data on the card.
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Upgrade Firmware: Use this function to keep your DrivePro up to date with the latest version
from Transcend (available on the Transcend website http://tw.transcend-info.com/Support/DLCenter).
1. After downloading firmware from Transcend website, decompress it and then put it in the
“SYSTEM” folder in microSD memory card.
2. Insert the microSD memory card that contains a newer version of firmware.
3. Select Upgrade Firmware from the Settings menu and press
to start the firmware
detection process. The DrivePro will automatically find the new firmware file.
WARNING: NEVER remove the power cord or the microSD memory card while the
firmware is being upgraded.
If firmware upgrade fails and the DrivePro will not turn on, please contact Transcend customer
support.
Restore Defaults: Reset all settings to factory default settings.
Available options: No / Yes
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Transfer Files to a Computer︱
To transfer files between the DrivePro’s memory card and your computer:
Option 1: Take the microSD memory card out of the DrivePro and use a compatible card reader to
transfer files to your computer.
Option 2:
1. Insert the memory card into the DrivePro.
2. Plug the small end of a USB cable into the Mini-B USB port located on the right-hand side of the
DrivePro.
3. Plug the large end of the cable into an available USB Port on your desktop or notebook computer.
The DrivePro will display the following screen when connected to a computer:
Windows® XP, Vista, 7 and 8
No drivers are required for connecting the DrivePro to your desktop or notebook computer. Windows®
Operating Systems have built-in drivers to support your DrivePro. Upon successful connection to your
computer, a new Removable Disk drive with a newly assigned drive letter representing the DrivePro will
automatically appear in the My Computer window and a Removable Hardware
icon will appear in the
Windows System Tray.
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*Note: (I:) is an example drive letter – the letter in your “My Computer” window may differ.
Your DrivePro is now ready to transfer data just like an external hard drive. To transfer videos, simply
drag-and-drop files from the folder that represents the DrivePro.
Proper removal of your DrivePro (from Windows):
1.
Click once on the Removable Hardware icon
2.
The Safely Remove Hardware pop-up window will appear. Select it to continue.
3.
A window will appear stating, “The ‘USB Mass Storage Device’ device can now be safely
removed from the system.” Unplug your DrivePro from the USB port after this message appears.
in the system tray.
Mac® OS X 10.8.2 or later
No drivers are required. Plug your DrivePro into an available USB port and your computer will automatically
detect it.
Proper removal of your DrivePro (from Mac OS):
First drag-and-drop the Disk icon corresponding to your DrivePro into the trashcan then unplug your
DrivePro from the USB port.
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1. WARNING! To prevent data loss, always follow the proper removal procedures when
disconnecting the DrivePro from your computer.
2. When DrivePro is connected to a computer, it can only be used for transferring files.
You will not be able to use any of the DrivePro’s features at this time. Please
disconnect your DrivePro from the computer to resume normal function.
3. NEVER use the “format” or “initialize disk” function while the DrivePro is connected to
your computer, even if prompted to do so.
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Troubleshooting︱
If a problem occurs with your DrivePro please first check the information listed below before sending your
DrivePro for repair. If you are unable to remedy a problem from the following hints, please consult your
dealer, service center, or local Transcend branch office. We also have FAQ and Support services on our
website. For any Hardware issues please consult the DrivePro User’s Manual.
My computer’s operating system cannot detect my DrivePro
Check the following:
1. Is your DrivePro properly connected to the USB port? If not, unplug it and plug it in again. Make sure
the USB port is connected on both ends, as shown in the User’s Manual.
2. Is your DrivePro connected to the Mac keyboard? If yes, unplug it and plug it into an available USB
port on your Mac Desktop.
3. Is the computer’s USB port enabled? If not, refer to the user’s manual of your computer (or
motherboard) to enable it.
I was using my DrivePro, now no buttons are responding (hangs / lags / stalls)
Try unplugging the car adapter from your DrivePro, then reconnecting it to your DrivePro again.
My DrivePro cannot read videos on my memory card
1. Edited and deformed videos may not display properly on your DrivePro.
2. DrivePro only play files generated by DrivePro.
Why does the time and date reset after not using my DrivePro for a long time?
If your DrivePro is not connected to a power source for a long period of time, the internal backup
battery will eventually drain. Typically, your DrivePro can keep your time and date settings for about 4
days without any external power source.
Why does nothing happen when I press the “Emergency Recording” button?
Emergency recording only works when your DrivePro is in recording mode.
How do I turn off the Wi-Fi?
During video recording, press the Wi-Fi button to turn off the Wi-Fi function.
I can’t see the DrivePro network on my device
Check that Wi-Fi connectivity is enabled on your device. Also, please wait around 10 seconds after
turning on the Wi-Fi for the network to appear.
I can’t connect wirelessly to the DrivePro network
Turn your DrivePro off, reinsert the microSD card, and then turn your DrivePro back on. Please check
if any device has connected to your DrivePro. Only one device can wirelessly connect to your DrivePro
at a time.
I forgot the Wi-Fi network name and/or password. How do I connect to my DrivePro?
Use the Restore Defaults function from the DrivePro Settings menu. The default network name (SSID)
and password are reset to their original default settings. SSID: “DrivePro”, password: “12345678”.
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How many devices can connect to my DrivePro simultaneously?
Only one device can wirelessly connect to your DrivePro at a time.
Why my android device shows “Unstable internet connection” and cannot connect to
DP200 when the WiFi turns on?
Please check the automatic network switching function setting in your mobile device system. If enable,
please unset the automatic network switching function.
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Specifications︱
Display Type & Size:
2.4" color LCD
Connect interface:
USB2.0
Storage Capacity:
MLC-based microSD, 8GB / 16GB / 32GB (Class 10 or
above)
Speaker / Microphone:
1.0 Watt / 0.5mA (Built in)
Dimensions:
67mm(L) × 72mm(W) × 34.3mm(H)
Weight:
89g
Power Supply for Car Input DC10V~30V / 1A (Max.)
Lighter Adapter:
Power Supply for
DrivePro:
Output DC5V / 1A
DC5V / 1A
Operating Temperature:
-20 C (-4 F) ~ 65 C (149 F)
Video Formats:
H.264 (MOV: up to 1920x1080 30fps)
Lens
F/2.0, 160 wide angle
Resolution / Frame rate
1920 x 1080 30fps
1280 x 720 30fps
Network Interface
WiFi 802.11b/g/n
Certification:
CE, FCC, BSMI, KC, NCC, MIC
Warranty:
2 years
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1. We strongly recommend the use of MLC-based memory
cards to reach the optimal recording performance as car
video recorders require extensive read/write. Using
TLC-based memory cards on your car video recorder might
result in unstable performance.
2. Transcend offers Ultimate microSD card series (633x &
Note:
600x) for selection to reach the most stable recording
performance in addition to the bundled microSD card.
Please see below for the recommended microSD cards.

16/32GB microSDHC Class 10 UHS-I 600x
(TS16G/32GUSDHC10U1)

32GB microSDHC Class 10 UHS-I U3 633x
(TS32GGUSDU3)
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Recycling and Environmental Considerations︱
Recycling the Product (WEEE): Your product is designed and manufactured with high quality materials
and components, which can be recycled and reused. When you see the crossed-out wheel bin symbol
attached to a product, it means the product is covered by the European Directive 2002/96/EC:
Never dispose of your product with other household waste. Please inform yourself about the local rules on
the separate collection of electrical and electronic products. The correct disposal of your old product helps
prevent potential negative consequences on the environment and human health.
Battery Disposal: Your product contains a built-in rechargeable battery covered by the European Directive
2006/66/EC, which cannot be disposed of with normal household waste.
Please inform yourself about the local rules on separate collection of batteries. The correct disposal of
batteries helps prevent potentially negative consequences on the environment and human health.
For products with non-exchangeable built in batteries: The removal of (or the attempt to remove) the battery
invalidates the warranty. This procedure is only to be performed at the end of the product’s life.
CAUTION
RISK OF EXPLOSION IF BATTERY IS REPLACED BY AN INCORRECT TYPE.
DISPOSE OF USED BATTERIES ACCORDING TO THE INSTRUCTIONS.
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Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Statement
This device complies with Part 15 FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) This
device may not cause harmful interference. (2) This device must accept any interference received including
interference that may cause undesired operation.
This Equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to
Part 15 of the FCC rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful
interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency
energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to
radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular
installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be
determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by
one or more of the following measures:
- Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
- Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
- Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected.
- Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
RF Exposure Statement:
This equipment complies with FCC RF radiation exposure limits set forth for an uncontrolled
environment. This equipment should be installed and operated with a minimum distance of 20cm between
the radiator and your body.
You are cautioned that changes or modifications not expressly approved by the part responsible for
compliance could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.
FCC RF Radiation Exposure Statement:
This Transmitter must not be co-located or operating in conjunction with any other antenna or transmitter.
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Two-year Limited Warranty︱
This product is covered by a Two-year Limited Warranty. Should your product fail under normal use within two years
from the original purchase date, Transcend will provide warranty service pursuant to the terms of the Transcend
Warranty Policy. Proof of the original purchase date is required for warranty service. Transcend will inspect the product
and in its sole discretion repair or replace it with a refurbished product or functional equivalent. Under special
circumstances, Transcend may refund or credit the current value of the product at the time the warranty claim is made.
The decision made by Transcend shall be final and binding upon you. Transcend may refuse to provide inspection,
repair or replacement service for products that are out of warranty, and will charge fees if these services are provided
for out-of-warranty products.
Limitations
Any software or digital content included with this product in disc, downloadable, or preloaded form, is not covered under
this Warranty. This Warranty does not apply to any Transcend product failure caused by accident, abuse, mishandling
or improper usage (including use contrary to the product description or instructions, outside the scope of the product’s
intended use, or for tooling or testing purposes), alteration, abnormal mechanical or environmental conditions
(including prolonged exposure to humidity), acts of nature, improper installation (including connection to incompatible
equipment), or problems with electrical power (including undervoltage, overvoltage, or power supply instability). In
addition, damage or alteration of warranty, quality or authenticity stickers, and/or product serial or electronic numbers,
unauthorized repair or modification, or any physical damage to the product or evidence of opening or tampering with
the product casing will also void this Warranty. This Warranty shall not apply to transferees of Transcend products
and/or anyone who stands to profit from this Warranty without Transcend’s prior written authorization. This Warranty
only applies to the product itself, and excludes integrated LCD panels, rechargeable batteries, and all product
accessories (such as card adapters, cables, earphones, power adapters, and remote controls).
Transcend Warranty Policy
Please visit www.transcend-info.com/warranty to view the Transcend Warranty Policy. By using the product, you
agree that you accept the terms of the Transcend Warranty Policy, which may be amended from time to time.
Online registration
To expedite warranty service, please access www.transcend-info.com/register to register your Transcend product
within 30 days of the purchase date.
Transcend Information, Inc.
www.transcend-info.com
*The Transcend logo is a registered trademark of Transcend Information, Inc.
*The specifications mentioned above are subject to change without notice.
*All logos and marks are trademarks of their respective companies.
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GNU General Public License (“GPL”) Disclosure
Firmware incorporated into this product and/or software used for this product may include third party copyrighted software licensed
under the GPL (hereinafter referred to as “GPL Software”). In accordance with the GPL, if applicable: 1) the source code for the GPL
Software may be downloaded at no charge or obtained on CD for a nominal charge by calling Customer Support within three years
of the date of purchase; 2) you may copy, re-distribute and/or modify the GPL Software under the terms of the GNU General Public
License as below or any later version, which may be obtained at http://www.gnu.org/licenses/gpl.html; 3) the GPL Software is
distributed WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY, without even implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR
PURPOSE. The entire risk as to the quality and performance of the GPL Software is with you. Transcend does not provide any
support for the GPL software.
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Transcend Information, Inc. ("Transcend") is willing to grant the following license to install or use the software and/or
firmware (“Licensed Software”) pursuant to this End-User License Agreement (“Agreement”), whether provided separately or associated
with a Transcend product (“Product”), to the original purchaser of the Product upon or with which the Licensed Software was installed or
associated as of the time of purchase ("Customer") only if Customer accepts all of the terms and conditions of this Agreement.
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READ THESE TERMS CAREFULLY. USING THE SOFTWARE WILL CONSTITUTE CUSTOMER'S ACCEPTANCE OF THE TERMS AND
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non-sublicensable license to install and use the Licensed Software on the Product in accordance with the terms and conditions of this
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As between Transcend and Customer, the copyright and all other intellectual property rights in the
Licensed Software are the property of Transcend or its supplier(s) or licensor(s). Any rights not expressly granted in this License are
reserved to Transcend.
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Customer may not, and may not authorize or permit any third party to: (a) use the Licensed Software for any
purpose other than in connection with the Product or in a manner inconsistent with the design or documentations of the Licensed Software;
(b) license, distribute, lease, rent, lend, transfer, assign or otherwise dispose of the Licensed Software or use the Licensed Software in any
commercial hosted or service bureau environment; (c) reverse engineer, decompile, disassemble or attempt to discover the source code for
or any trade secrets related to the Licensed Software, except and only to the extent that such activity is expressly permitted by applicable
law notwithstanding this limitation; (d) adapt, modify, alter, translate or create any derivative works of the Licensed Software; (e) remove,
alter or obscure any copyright notice or other proprietary rights notice on the Licensed Software or Product; or (f) circumvent or attempt to
circumvent any methods employed by Transcend to control access to the components, features or functions of the Product or Licensed
Software.
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5. Copying.
Customer may not copy the Licensed Software except that one copy of any separate software component of the Licensed
Software may be made to the extent that such copying is necessary for Customer's own backup purposes.
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The Licensed Software may contain open source components licensed to Transcend pursuant to the license terms
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The above license terms will control solely with respect to the open source components. In the event that this Agreement conflicts with the
requirements of the above one or more terms with respect to the use of the corresponding open source components, Customer agrees to be
bound by such one or more license terms.
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the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, so the exclusions and limitations set forth above may not apply.
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