OK, you may post it for me.
My 360 cam is an LG 360Cam, product page here:
Average price in the EU: €250, so it's a pretty cheap way to shoot 360 videos. The cam is also designed to work with Google Street View.
The manual is lousy, but in normal operation the cam connect to the phone/tablet as follows:
1. Start the cam
2. Activate Bluetooth in the phone/tablet
3. Go to the "LG 360 CAM" app (not available in iphones below the 5s) to discover the cam.
4. Open the wifi settings, the cam's wifi access point is now visible.
5. Connect to the cam's wifi AP.
6. Password: 00 followed by the last 6 digits from the cam's serial number.
Currently this cam is not supported by Mapillary, only by Google, but it would be handy if it was, because of its price which makes it a cheap way to support the Mapillary idea. It has no gps or compass, so it uses the tablet's data to stamp the pictures.
If the developers want me to beta test something, I'm available at firstname.lastname@example.org.