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In the television settings you have to add the Hub SSID and the WPA password. It isn't like Bluetooth in that it searches and finds. It also has to be physically connected with a cable, or it the television is wifi connectible, you have to choose. Find the television manual online Google
Depends which wireless headphones you have. Most headphones do not use WiFi, they use Bluetooth or 2.4 MHz RF. Usually a wireless headphone set will have a transmitter plus the headphones. The transmitter usually connects to the TV either with the analog L+R ouputs or the stereo headphone jack.
If everything else is working then it must be the WIFI module on the tv. Now you should be able to use a USB device to update the firmware on the tv if yu have already done so just to see if that works
you have to have either a SMART TV or a TV with USB PORTS. Basically if your TV is more than 2 years old it may not work.
I have a 55 inch LG and a 55 inch Phillips and they work great for getting on the internet and adding a external hard drive. Plus you might be able to use RUKU and other usb devices on the newer TV's
If you decide to get a SMART TV I would suggest a wireless usb keyboard with touchpad. Have fun.
I have the same issue. I read and watched online tutorials about the compositors but after opening the set up I was unable to find any that had gone bad. I was able to upgrade the software by using a USB thumb drive but the issues are still there. I'm thinking of swapping out the motherboard and/or the power board next to see what the fix is.
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