I had the same problem with one of this cameras and a raspberry pi zero. Try to dismount the IR-Diodes - they have a high power demand and my guess is the CSI of the zero can´t deliver enough power - probably because of the smaller dimensions of the port and conductive tracks.
We have developed something that you want. You need to install the motion package on your raspberry pi. It will transmit streams over HTTP/HTTPS protocol with authentication.
You should install motion then configure it to access the web page over any hosts over LAN or the internet. Then, add these streams to a web-view on your android application.
You can achieve your goal by a RaspiCam version 2 and a Raspberry pi Zero. Take a look at this table:
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As you can see, it can reach up to 200fps on 640*480 resolution. Also, with the RaspiCam version 1, it reaches 90fps on the sale resolution.
Raspberry Pi Camera Module
This document describes the use of the four ...
I answered your question according to "what you expect to do".
Honestly, it's not a good idea to show the camera stream over a remote desktop tool like VNC. You should improve your code to stream the camera over the HTTP protocol to create an RTC connection. You could do it with the help of OpenCV on python.
Although, I suggest you install the motion ...
I am using X11 forwarding on the raspberry and putty on windows. This way you can see the display of the raspberry on your laptop. I haven't had issues with it. To set it up you need to enable ssh in raspi-config.
sudo nano /etc/ssh/sshd_config
and uncomment the line
install xming and putty on your laptop and set up putty under ...
Of course, it's not a raspberry pi related question, however, you can install a spy camera or IP camera application for your iPhone device. Just search for those keywords. Here is a nice installation. It will give you the camera's stream over a web page.
On your pi, open up the browser, VLC or whatever application/software/package to receive that streams in ...