Matt was infamous for his production of vaporware. I was a victim. .He had many victims. A lot of unhappy chappies. Ken James tried to warn us.
His website no longer exists. He did produce a bluetooth controller but I only ever purchased a wired controller so unfortunately I can't help you Davy . Not sure where you would go to get the code.
Off the topic a bit but...
I still have one of his units. The camera would integrate for about 20 secs and then internally stack 5 images . This meant out at a dark sky site ,you didnt need a laptop and only needed a small screen connected via an RCA video cable. It was live viewing and the images were not saved but I liked the simplicity of the system. That is what I am trying to do with the ASIair and the present lot of cmos cameras..exclude the laptop out in the field.
Apparently, (information that was emailed to me from several USA citizens involved in the Astronomy world) Matt Todor (Marius Matei Todor) was under investigation for Fraud, and deceptive trade practices by the Florida Attorney General's Office and Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services (DACS), Division of Consumer Services.
The outcome was never known. Marius Todor has disappeared from his last known address so no backup, servicing, parts, or any assistance to any of his cameras or other products will be forthcoming. He has simply 'vanished' like his cameras.
I did a fairly comprehensive internet search for any information regarding the WiFi codes and any information associated with his WiFi device but drew a blank.
__________________________________________ Ken James - Snake Valley Australia CAMERAS: Samsung SCB-4000, Mallincam Xtreme & Xterminator, 3 different Revolution Imagers, 2 ToUcams, SX-5c, Canon 350d, 2 different IMX224's (an RI & RT) and an RT178. Broadcaster on NSN as 'Snake Valley Australia' HERE --> www.nightskiesnetwork.com/ - Video Astronomy Website: ballaratman.wix.com/videoastronomy
I know, new guy on old posts.... but, if still have the cameras you could pull apart and possibly identify the chips to hack for a usable result. Possibly a camera module for arduino/Rpi etc. Just saying
Haven't seen Geoff around any of the forums for a while now,, this happens in astronomy,, folk come in spend a lot of money,, have a lot of success at seeing all the sites then lose the passion,, and either put the kit away or sell it. Geoff done it a good few years,, was the onlyther Scottish guy doing video astronomy when I started,, LOL,, I'm pacing myself,, I'm still on the moon and find it Therapeutic to watch and image,, got the astronomy stuff as a retirement hobby twenty odd years too early lol
Mounts, heq5 pro, Eq3 pro, allview, az gti,star adventurer ,eq3. Scopes, sw explorer 200pds, ed80 pro Cameras, canon 600d(2),450d modded, Sammy's (3) ,Phil dyer,watec 902h, qhy5lii,spc9000,zwo 178mc,
Ok Davey, just thought I'd throw it out there. Figured most would be like me, a cupboard somewhere with failed computer gear waiting for a recent update or golden bullet to rescue with...... Yeah, right. (as we say down here). Hope all good with you and clear skies (between the clouds). ian