Originally Posted by BJBBJB
Wild. Have had it on since I bought which was near release date.I have no IP conflicts either.
To help others, it does appear if you isolate it in its own switch, it stopped impacting my other devices. Until I typed this and then it will.
Well once I get my Shield up and running I might just pull the plug. Hope it is not like HAL!
There ya go, that's you best option which I recommend here all the time.
This Sony is a wonderful TV with picture quality very close to the SOTA, give it a quality signal and the results will blow your socks off. But from that point on things go down hill rapidly, networking and the android OS handling of apps sucks. It's buggy and unreliable.
But the answer to the issue in today's world is easy peasy. Just about any device you connect today will offer android apps so do this.
While connected, update the firmware to the latest and let it run the update reboot.
Pull the ethernet plug or if on wireless, just go to the next step.
Now do a full system restart and when it gets to the network setup just tell it you have no network or wireless.
Now enjoy a wonderful TV sans all the buggy BS.
Sony XBR75-X940D, Sony UBP-X800M2 UHD-BD, Xfinity X1 Voice DVR, Marantz AV-7703 Pre/Pro w/Auro, (3) Adcom GFA-545II amps, (2) Adcom GFA-535II amps for ATMOS speakers.
HSU Research 5.2 speaker system (4) HB-1 MK2, (1) HC-1 MK2, (2) STF-2,
Klipsch HT500 satellites (4) for ceiling mounted ATMOS playback
DIY Linux desktop w/Strawberry bit perfect media center. Emotiva Stealth DC-1 DAC
Last edited by Sal1950; 08-25-2018 at 09:03 AM.