Changing Wi-Fi Network on Sharp Aquos Smart TVs

The Sharp Aquos Smart TV can run apps, as a tablet or smart phone does; many of which require Internet access.  Aquos high definition televisions typically obtain that access via a Wi-Fi  wireless network.  This means that when you initially set up this HD TV, you must program the details into it, of the Wi-Fi network that it should connect … Continue reading Changing Wi-Fi Network on Sharp Aquos Smart TVs



Changing Wireless Network on Sangean WFR-20 Wi-Fi Internet Radio

Occasionally with all wireless Internet radios, media players, smart television, et al, you’ll likely need to switch them over to a different wireless Wi-Fi network.  Either your current router has worn out (stopped broadcasting the Wi-Fi network signals), or you’ve replaced it with a new and improved wireless router that is using a different Wi-Fi name (SSID).  In either case, you must … Continue reading Changing Wireless Network on Sangean WFR-20 Wi-Fi Internet Radio



Changing Wi-Fi Network on Logitech Squeezebox Boom Internet Radio

Here’s the scenario.  You’ve been using your Logitech Squeezebox Boom Internet Radio on the same Wi-Fi network for years.  Never had any problems with it.  But either your current router has failed (stopped broadcasting the network signals), or you’ve recently upgraded it to a new and improved wireless router that is using a different Wi-Fi … Continue reading Changing Wi-Fi Network on Logitech Squeezebox Boom Internet Radio



Changing Wi-Fi Network on APH Book Port Plus

The Book Port Plus media player and recorder, from the American Printing House for the Blind (APH), utilizes Wi-Fi networks for streaming audio content from Internet Radio stations, playing podcasts, and in the future, for downloading talking books directly from the National Library Service for the Blind (NLS) via their Internet portal.  This is a … Continue reading Changing Wi-Fi Network on APH Book Port Plus



Changing Connected Wi-Fi Network on iOS Mobile Devices

You may need to connect your iOS mobile device to many different Wi-Fi networks as you move about among offices, stores, friends’ houses, and coffee shops.  Or, perhaps you have changed the name of your home wifi network, or you want to connect your iPad to a different Wi-Fi access point (WAP) in your home such as a 5 … Continue reading Changing Connected Wi-Fi Network on iOS Mobile Devices