01-14-2018 11:31 PM
My Fix So Far: I switched to my 5G wifi from the usual 2.4. This is if you have an at least dual band router. It is faster and doesn't share channels but has shorter range. It's best I think to use the 5g for gaming and 4K or other HDTVs as opposed to simple net surfing.
Hope that helps someone.
01-16-2018 10:22 AM
this is a problem I have also been experiencing. Network will not reconnect automatically after switching off. This only happens after about a week of having reset the t.v.. Why will Samsung not fix this issue, it's clearly a software issue because when I go back to the setup wizard and.select a network, then only will it reconnect. This is a simple software fix and. Samsung need to not screw up their TV'S like this!
01-17-2018 07:57 AM
01-17-2018 08:08 AM - edited 01-17-2018 08:09 AM
If it is a software issue and still not fixed then Samsung is a joke
Also, both the HULU and AMAZON apps are old, there are much newer versions, and it simply CANT be that big of a deal to update them but no.
Figured I would delete them and add them back to see if the newer version was there but you cant delete the main apps.
01-17-2018 02:55 PM - edited 01-17-2018 03:03 PM
If you have any other Wi-Fi or Bluetooth devices connected to your TV, maybe try this as a troubleshooting option:
1. Disconnect any devices from your TV (ie: Chromecast, Soundbar)
2. Factory reset your affected TV
3. Reboot your Wi-Fi router
4. Reconnect the TV to Wi-Fi network
Then, one-by-one, re-connect any devices to the TV and see if it maintains a connection. Good luck if you try it!