– Quit all programs before installing DroidCam.
– After installation, re-open chat programs (eg. Skype/Live Messenger/etc), and these should recognize “DroidCam” as a webcam. You should also be able to pick DroidCam as a microphone. Try restarting the computer if the webcam is not being detected.
– “Windows Store” apps (eg. the Windows Store version of Skype) may not detect DroidCam, you will need to download and install desktop (or “classic”) versions of programs directly from their websites.
– By default, DroidCam Source 2 will output a light blue screen and Source 3 will output an orange screen. Click the link below to find out how to connect to the phone using the PC client and get the video feed started.
Next: Connect the client and phone app..