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# 252836 13-Jul-2019 14:25
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  # 2275824 13-Jul-2019 14:34
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@almer ?



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# 2275828 13-Jul-2019 14:53
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Again. L need to connect my Smartvu unit to Spark 3JPTJH network - but how?

 

Info with unit says"Refer to Home\System Setting\networksetting" This 84 yo is not understanding thi seeming goggledygook


 
 
 
 


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  # 2275833 13-Jul-2019 15:04
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Have you done all/any of this:

Connect it to power and to an HDMI input on your TV. USB power goes in one end. HDMI comes out the other end of the SV unit.

Select that HDMI input as the active input - using TV remote.

Follow the on-screen instructions to connect wirelessly to your home network - using SmartVu remote.


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  # 2275834 13-Jul-2019 15:05
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Connect the Smartvu to your TV, then go into settings using that remote, find network, wifi, connect to your home wifi.





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  # 2275876 13-Jul-2019 15:40
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Sorry Guys, I'm new (and old). I have paired blue tooth an am getting logos for you tube  Netflicks,etc on tv screen but can't go any further


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  # 2275884 13-Jul-2019 15:49
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You need to go to the settings in the top right, which is the gear logo. The wifi settings should be in there.




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  # 2275890 13-Jul-2019 16:12
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Ah.  I have a glimmer. Looking for ssettings on the remote now. thank you you young fellers

 

Almer


 
 
 
 




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# 2276306 14-Jul-2019 13:28
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Sadly, there is no way I can find Settings on my Smartvu remote control. Trying Dish support line. 🤣


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  # 2276309 14-Jul-2019 13:34
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The settings are on the top right of the home screen, not remote.

 

 

 

When you intially set it up from teh box, it should display a wizard that has a range of different steps to setup things like wifi. However I found a bug when setting it up, where I think the wifi wasn't fully view able as it was covered by the keyboard, as the page was too long to screen. So if you can get to the homescreen, you should be able to setup wifi from the settings there. 


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  # 2276316 14-Jul-2019 13:37
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@almer What part of the country are you in? Someone may be close by and able to assist in person.




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  # 2276317 14-Jul-2019 13:42
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Thanks for that friend. Will work on it. May have to give back this borrowed Laptop a little later. 




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  # 2276319 14-Jul-2019 13:47
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North Shore ,Auck.




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  # 2276343 14-Jul-2019 14:58
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with good luck and good old Kiwi determination, I have found out how to set up wi-fi on remote. But I am told "couldn't find Spark-3JPTJH. Tells me btw  "View available networks".


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  # 2276428 14-Jul-2019 17:22
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almer:

North Shore ,Auck.



Which part of the Shore?

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  # 2277506 15-Jul-2019 22:26
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almer:

 

Again. L need to connect my Smartvu unit to Spark 3JPTJH network - but how? ...

 

Taken from https://smartvu.co.nz/ Maybe this helps?

 

📔 There don't seem to be any manuals online anywhere. 😞





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