Here's the thing if you buy one of these.1) The battery may be dormant, best to charge using an external battery for an iPhone, or any USB battery2) In the settings for the built-in Mac/Win ""SnapCam-LE"" program, you can also change parameters, etc, no need for a smartphone3) Connecting to the App (SnapCam LE) can be a pain. Directions are NOT clear.Best to try a ""reset"" of the camera (hold power button down for 15 seconds. Then touch again for 1-2 seconds to turn on -Turn on fully-charged SnapCam LE(note if the sound is set to �off you won't hear any beeps-Open ""SnapCam LE"" app on iPhone (may be similar for Android) NOT SnapCam+ or any other similar app.Connecting, should see a menu asking:Connection Start? OK CancelConnect OptionsTap �Connect Options-Now at a screen with a �< at top left, and �User Guide at top rightBelow that are two large buttons on the right�Wake Up�ResetTap �Wake Up-You will see a list of every Bluetooth device nearbyYou should see �Snapcam-xxxx (�xxxx will be a bunch of letters/numbers)Tap �Snapcam-xxxxYou will see a message �Wi-Fi has been waken up. Please go to system settings and choose camera Wi-Fi AP on smartphone to connect with cameraAlso the camera button will flash greenTap �OK-You should be back at the screen with a �< at top left, and �User Guide at top rightBelow that the two large buttons on the right-On your iPhone - go to Settings - Wifi - choose �Snapcam-xxxx networkPassword is 0123456789(on iOS you will have the option to download and install a �provisioning profile which means you can connect automatically in the future)Back to SnapCam LE App-Top of screen tap �< at leftThis takes you to the choice:Connection Start? OK CancelConnect OptionsTap �OKShould say �Searching(if successful you'll hear two quick beeps)Then �Connecting-If you get a �Warning message, suggest �Retry once, but probably best to turn SnapCam LE off and on and start over.