Or VLC or a similar app. If you don't have a need for ProScan's features or ability to afford it, then you can always point VLC directly at the SDS200's IP. Of course, it's single user only.ProScan lets you stream the scanner audio to multiple devices, and all they need is a browser.
It doesn't seem overly complex and the manual and linked RR howtos on the web site are fairly straightforward.The Siren App was never fully completed with all the features Uniden touted. I think there were several things that got in the way. So I believe what we now have is as good as it will ever get.
I think Proscan will be the answer. Unfortunately it appears that using Proscan takes a pretty sophisticate user. Sure would be nice if someone was to do a step by step video on how to set it up for a scanner internet connection.
This document from Bob's (Proscan) website walks you through the process pretty clearly... the WiFi portion at the beginning is for the BCD536HP, but that part is pretty simple through the menu system for the SDS200.Sure would be nice if someone was to do a step by step video on how to set it up for a scanner internet connection.
It's fully functional in IOS but Android needs an older version as the newer ones will crash. I use Android 4 without any problems and Android have some extra features compared to the IOS version like review of avoids and select different scan modes like service search and tone-out and those kind of modes and can change volume in the app from a slider function.I thought they discontinued support for siren? Something about it (mostly) working on android phones but not fully functional on IOS?