Originally Posted by CustomCastles
My BD-390 just arrived today and I wasted no time in setting it up. I have a wireless router, so I tried that first. I use WEP2 encryption and when it came time to enter the password into the 390 there was no way to enter capital letters. The manual said nothing about how to do that either. I gave up and plugged in a wire stolen from another device nearby. Now I'll have to get a network switch to allow both to work at the same time.
Ok, I figured out how to enter capital letters on the BD390, I'm assuming it's the same for the 370...
When you get the intial lowercase onscreen keyboard, move your cursor to the button for all the symbol characters(lower right) and select it. Now when you are on the keyboard with the symbols, go down the the Letters button(button is in same position as the symbols button was on the lower case keyboard screen) in the lower left and select this(Notice the letters are in upper case). This will put you on the CAPITAL letters keyboard. You can get back to the lower case letter by selecting the lower case letter button(again int he same spot as the others).
Also, on the issue I am having with the 390 not seeing my dual band N side of my Linksys WRT600N routers, I'm beginning to think the BD390 is not compatible with the 5ghz channel range when using N, thus why it does not see the 2nd N portion of my router(it can only be set to 5ghz band). If I set the 2.4ghz portion of my router to N, it sees it ok.
This is just a guess, but it makes sense as to why it's not even seeing the AP at all(nevermind not connecting). Why LG would put the player out touting N connectivity and not be able to see the 5ghz band is beyond me and a HUGE shortcoming. It basically maks the wireless portion of the BD390 useless to me, since I must have G access for my wife's work laptop and that is stuck hogging the 2.4ghz band, so the N is on the 5ghz band.
Luckily, connecting via G instead of N has still allowed me to stream HD from Netflix, so if it holds up, I guess it will be ok, although I'd much rather have the BD390 connected via the 5ghz N band.