Having a problems downloading music onto my Nexus 7 and believe it is a network setting problem, but please bear with me, not an expert on this.
I am unable to Wi-Fi transfer music from my iTunes collection (on PC) to my Nexus7 via Google Play. Initially this did work but has suddenly stopped and now keep getting a Nexus message, “Can’t download your music right now. Check your internet connection.”
Ironically I am able to complete download via a neighbours Virgin Wi-Fi and even found out the music does download via Wi-Fi-with-Fon through my hub, which suggests to me that this is a server problem and not the hub.
I have reset my BT Hub 3 and problem is still occurring.
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Have you tried a factory reset of the homehub by pressing a pin into the recess button on the rear for about 20 seconds. This can often sort out problems.
gg30340 Thanks for replying.
When I stated I did a reset, I did mean factory reset, but problem still existed.
I am not sure if it is a hub problem, possibly the default settings have altered not allowing music to be downloaded, but why can I download via BT Fon, and using the nexus on another server (Virgin). This is why I believe it is a BT server problem.
Could it be a DNS problem, sometimes some sites just won't load, where others do, had this recently with Ancestry UK and even Google.
Also, have never achieved more than a download speed of 8 mbs, which I understand should rise to near 13 after leaving the hub on for a month.
Does this make sense to you?
Have you tried "forgetting" your connection on your Nexus, restarting it and remaking the connection to your homehub.