oovoo has made a name for itself as a video chatting alternative to popular applications such as Skype, FaceTime, and WhatsApp. It offers group calls of up to 12 people, operates cross-platform (iOS, Android, and Windows), and does not require a subscription to use. Its ability to support multiple users and operate over a wide range of connection types has earned it a loyal following among teens and young adults.
However, it is not without its drawbacks and many users have experienced issues with their oovoo camera not working. Some of these problems have included audio and video quality issues, connection errors, and a variety of other bugs that can make the experience frustrating and limiting.
To resolve this issue, start by ensuring that the oovoo app isn’t using up too much of your device’s resources. Then, make sure your microphone is enabled and not muted. If you’re experiencing audio issues, try restarting your device and/or disabling any other apps that may be using the microphone. Finally, try reinstalling the oovoo app on your device and making sure that it is signed in with Facebook.
If you are unable to download the oovoo camera app on your Windows 10 or 11 laptop, you can install an Android emulator software such as BlueStacks, NoxPlayer, or MEmu. Once the Android emulator software is installed, you can then navigate to the Google Play Store and find the oovoo app. Once the app is downloaded, you can follow the instructions on how to connect your oovoo device and camera.