Appreciate this may not be BT specifically, unless my hub has been hacked.
A message popped up on our Samsung Smart TV saying "XX is trying to Connect, Allow / Deny" which and afer a about 30 seconds changed to XX has disconnected.
Any ideas what exactly is going on or how i can find out what happend and what I can about it please.
We have had a HH6 for a couple of weeks.
Amazon Alexa had been setup a couple of hours previously
Thanks for any help.
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Don't think it that John.
I should point out that XX was actually a persons name and the TV doesnt prompt like that.
Does your Smart TV have bluetooth?
I did a quick google search and found this on the Samsung US forum ,
"Thank you for this information, it seems it may be from a neighbor or someone close by who is accessing their bluetooth settings and seeing the available connection with your Anynet+ settings. Unfortunately there is not a method to block the connection from others' view and the only option for keeping others from connecting is to continue denying the pop-up. Sorry for the inconvenience.
Thanks PaddyB, was wondering that myself but can't find Bluetooth mentioned by name but I can connect keyboards etc so something must be there. Had looked at that thread and neigbours are more than 10' away too. I don't seem to be able to see any sort of connection history though, my menu structure is different to that posted. Our popup didnt mention Anynet.
Thanks PaddyB, tried that and it doesn't appear to use Bluetooth. So WiFi then presumably. Any idea how can reproduce the message?