Originally Posted by Relleum
Just hooked up my echo. It says "Waiting for Network" across the whole screen, and at the bottom MAC: Unknown, IP: None, Version: Unknown. Nothing is happening. Just the ceton logo is lit up, and nothing else.
I unplugged it, then plugged it in again. It is hooked up to a cisco router, and that is hooked up to the latest apple airport extreme. Previously, I had my blueray player hooked up the exact same way and it accessed the internet and network just fine.
What do I do?
So I went directly to the router to plug it in, and it finally downloaded the latest firmware. After it rebooted, I took it back to the bedroom, and it was able to find the network again just fine. FYI, my entire house is CAT6 gigabit ethernet.
So everything is working now. Too bad the picture looks pretty bad. I switched the resolution from auto to 1080p, and turned on an HD channel. The colors are off, and the choppiness is killer. Maybe this is the 1080i bug everyone has been talking about?
Menus are also slow and choppy. My mkvs are playing through media browser, but some play without sound, and others play without video. Overall, the device seems incredibly underpowered, or the software is incredibly un-optimized.
WHY ARE THEY WORKING ON ANDROID??? FIX ALL THIS STUFF FIRST!