As we can see, it is unfortunate that no one has been able to write a profound answer since last Monday. Sadly, that’s very typical of Eufy - Only vague promises are made, the implementation of which has been pending far too long and is often not implemented at all.
The saddest thing about all of this: An obviously very bad development, which is often extremely far from the needs of average users.
How did you come up with the idea of developing an in-door camera that wasn’t fully integrated into the existing operating environment? Who would ever publish this solution as ready for the market if this means having to individually change the status for each additional in-door camera, regardless of the settings for other cameras, such as “E”, “2” or “2C” ? I call this an undesirable development that makes it seem that the developer and manufacturer never uses their own products.
Since mistakes can happen, none of this is even the problem - the real problem is that Eufy always makes empty promises to solve existing problems, but then either takes an eternity to solve them or does not make any changes in the end to be silent on the subject.
Have a nice Weekend