I have a Samsung Galaxy Tab S android tablet, which has been connecting fine to my Smarthub, but has suddenly stopped connecting.
I have tried removing my network name and adding it back again, to no avail. Thinking it may be an issue with my tablet I took it into a computer repair shop but they were able to connect to their wifi and access the internet, so it doesn't seem to be the tablet.
I have also had a similar issue with my Xbox One S. It suddenly stopped connecting to Xbox Live. I have partially solved it by using an ethernet cable.
I am not very technical (hence going to the computer shop!), is there something I can do to try to get my tablet to connect again. Having looked around the forum I am getting a bit nervous about doing a factory reset, I don't want to lose all connections or blow it up!
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Try a factory reset of the home hub, it will not damage it, and normally fixes most problems.
Then turn off smart setup.
Its a common problem with all of the home hubs.
have you turned of smart setup?
did you split the networks
if you have tried that then I would do one factory reset by holding the recessed button on back of hub for 20/30 secs until hub lights flash after it reconnects then turn off smart setup and split networks and sse if that helps
Thanks for the quick replies.
Yes I had turned off smart setup and split the the networks when I originally set up the Smarthub.
I guess I'll have to try this factory reset and hope it works.
I have now done a factory reset and put everything back to how I originally set things up.
My tablet was able to connect to the wifi, which was a relief but now my PC will not connect!
Thank goodness I have a 20 metre ethernet cable!
Windows 7 tried resetting my wireless adapter in my PC to no avail.
Could anyone point me in the right direction as what I can do?
Try deleting the wireless connection stored on the laptop, then scan for wireless networks to locate the home hub, then re-enter the wireless password.
Make sure the Ethernet cable is unplugged first, so the home hub sees it as a wireless connection.
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Thank you for taking my call. I've ran a few checks on your connection and there does look like there are a lot of disconnections.
We would really need to rule out your internal wiring as being at fault. Please can you take a look at the link - Home wiring and broadband set-up - a checklist for a few suggestions.
Once you have gone through those suggestions, you'll need to follow step 5 and connect to the test socket.
Once you have connected to the test socket please post back and I'll run a few checks on your line.
I have now managed to connect my Smarthub via the test socket.
Still unable to connect wirelessly to my Windows 7 PC upstairs. I am usuing my ethernet cable.
Now awaiting your tests!
Thanks for your help.
When I was going through the steps outlined in the home wiring checklist I found that when I connected my microfiulter directly into my master socket I could NOT get a dial tone. I could only get a dial tone when I have the Sky TV/telephone thingymyjig plugged in first.
Please see my images of aid item here:
This thing does not have a nice snug fit into the master socket, it is quite loose. When I touch it, it moves, and I sometimes get a message on my landline phone "check phone line" and/or my Smarthub's blue light turns purple then flashing orange as it tries to reconnect.
So I am not sure if there is an issue with the master socket as I get no dial tone when directly connected, but I do when I have this Sky thing plugged in first, then connecting my microfilter into its spare slot.