Press and hold the power button on CUBE. The CUBE should beep 3 times. With the CUBE still connected to your computer, eject the microsd card. The CUBE beeps once.
You can connect your Polaroid Cube/Cube+ with the included micro USB cable. From there you can access your videos and pictures in the DCIM folder.
Step 1: Press and hold the center button for 3 seconds to turn on your Polaroid Cube+. Step 2: Press and hold the WiFi button for 3 seconds to activate your Polaroid Cube+ network. Step 3: Open the WiFi settings on your mobile device and select the listed Polaroid Cube+ network.
Similar cameras get around this by allowing you to wirelessly connect to an iOS or Android device, allowing you to turn your smartphone or tablet into a viewfinder. But the Cube can’t do that without Wi-Fi.
Best answer: The Polaroid Snap cannot record video. It’s an instant-only camera that lets you take photos on the go.
The camera will turn off when the voltage drops to 3.55V. Orange light when connected to AC power or a PC: The internal battery is charging. Light turns green when fully charged.
The Cube is charged via the micro USB port and a (very) tiny USB cable is included in the kit. Ours took about 3 hours to charge using a standard cell phone charger (Android type). Polaroid states 90 minutes recording time and that turned out to be about right for us.
Step 1: Download the Polaroid POP app from your favorite app store. Note: Remove automatic connection to other networks in your area. Step 3: A pop-up message will appear every time there is a new firmware available. Step 4: Click Download and when done click Upload to transfer the firmware to your camera.
You can connect your Polaroid Cube/Cube+ with the included micro USB cable. From there you can access your videos and pictures in the “DCIM” folder.
To reset your Polaroid Cube+’s WiFi network, press and hold the WiFi button on the Polaroid Cube+ for about 12 seconds.
Click the top button on your Cube until you hear a beep, indicating the device is on. Click the WIFI button until it flashes blue. Go to the SETTINGS menu on your phone and connect to the CUBE+ WiFi network. The password should be 1234567890.
Battery and charging
To charge your Polaroid Cube+, connect it to a power outlet or computer with the included micro-USB cable. The LED flashes orange while charging. Your camera can still be used when charging from the wall outlet.
A flashing red light means the flash is almost fully charged. When the light goes out, it means the flash is charged and your camera is ready to take a photo! Please note that if the light stays red for about 20 seconds, replace the batteries with 2 new alkaline batteries of the same brand & style.