Here to say the same thing. On the 12th, both my sync modules started going off and coming back online. I have a Mesh router, so they are both close to the nodes. I reset the modules and set them back up, but the same thing. I’ve tried - rebooting my router, fac. resetting my router, using a different router, nothing helps.
At my wits end, I called Blink to find out if there were server issues. The tech asked for access to my app where he saw exactly what I saw and he had me download an app called “RouteThis” and made me to a test. He then proceeded to tell me there was an issue with my network, which is 1000% BS.
The resuts of “Routethis” shows “Moderate” network health, no details other than “network congested” with a speed test result of 145Mbps down and 318Mbps up. Now, I sort of get that result since my son is Zooming with his teacher…but he’s been Zooming with her since April 2020 and it has never affected our cameras. Also, as mentioned, nothing else in the home is affected. There’s plenty throughput and the Mesh will drop and add devices depending on what is closest.
So yeah, Blink is saying that network has an issue, but the ONLY 2 devices actually having issues are my 2 Blink modules - sure. Anyway, they are sending me a replacement, but I really don’t think that’s the issue. I think there’s a server or app problem that’s not being admitted to, but we’ll see.