I have some good news! We are rolling out the ability to receive motion notifications from supported Xfinity Home Cameras.
Supported models are the iCam2, xCam, and xCam2. The feature is enabled through our xFi App. If you don't see the option in your xFi app yet, check back soon!
Here are all of the details:
Understanding Motion Notifications
Motion Notifications send a notification to your phone each time your Xfinity Camera detects motion. You can turn notifications on or off for any or all of your cameras and you can specify the type of activity (People Only or All Events) that triggers a notification.
To expand the camera thumbnail, press and hold the notification (iOS) or press the notification with two fingers (Android).
Tap the alert to open your camera’s live view.
Turn Notifications On or Off
Grant permission for the Xfinity xFi app to send notifications in your phone’s settings, if necessary.
Scroll down to the desired camera and select the camera thumbnail.
On the camera screen, select thegearicon on the upper-right.
Select theOn/Offswitch to turn on notifications.
Select which events you’d like to trigger a notification:People OnlyorAll Events.
Multiple Cameras?Repeat these steps to turn on notifications for each camera.
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