Not quite everyone @pmosb
Try as I might I’ve been unable to provoke it into anything unusual so far. At the moment it’s downloading a movie to Sky Q, streaming to the tv in uhd, streaming a shopping channel on an iPad, and composing this reply all without any issues…..touch wood!
If it hadn’t been for wondering about the change to the hub manager UI this morning I wouldn’t even have sought out this thread.
I know seemingly irrelevant info can some times give valuable clues, so in case it helps, I only have 8 devices connected, 2 by Ethernet and 6 by Wi-Fi. 4 devices active at any one time is as high as it gets normally.
Perhaps it’s those with more demanding households that are struggling??
@Andrew600 What Mode are you on? 1,2,or 3? Have you both 2.4 and 5 GHz enabled? or only one.? Do you have Smart Setup OFF? do you have smart switching off? do you have a BT disc? and what version firmware are you on?
@Mwallwork Your original post refers to Home Hub 2. Your tags say Smart Hub. To prevent confusion - which hub are we all talking about?
No problem here either. I have 3 devices on Ethernet, 4 devices at 2.4 GHz and 3 devices at 5 GHz.
The wireless devices include 2 security cameras, 2 Google Home speakers, Learning thermostat, mobile phone and a printer. It also has two Digital phones on DECT.
It’s a BT smart hub 2. Since updating I’ve switched the 5ghz channel back on as I originally left it off as had a sonos that had trouble with it. I’ve not had any trouble for over a week now
Firmware updated to V33 overnight 19 April
2.4 and 5GHz are both active and locked to my preferred channels to avoid clashing with channel 36 that Sky Q uses.
Smart set up has always been switched off.
I don’t have any discs.
edit, missed one. It’s on mode 1
@Mwallwork. Thanks. Can you amend your original post heading to state Smart Hub2?