It’s Friday night, your work week was a long one and you’re just glad it’s finally over. Now you’re home, in comfy clothes, lounging on the sofa with the family just in time for the pizza delivery driver. Now what to watch… There’s nothing on TV and you’re really not in the mood to go stand in line at the movie rental kiosk outside the grocery store. In addition, the movie you selected from your internet subscription service hasn’t arrived in the mail yet. You also heard about a really funny YouTube™ video about a sneezing panda and the entire family doesn’t want to all gather around your VAIO® Notebook to watch it. It would be so much easier to watch it on your BRAVIA® television.
I’m sure this sounds all too familiar to you. I know because you tell me all the time that you know your Sony Blu-ray Disc player has Wi-Fi® capabilities and popular apps like Netflix®, Pandora®, YouTube and Hulu Plus™ but you just need a little helping hand on how to get connected to a wireless network. You’re in luck! My colleague, Todd, has created a video, along with the Sony Listens team, to guide you through the steps on getting your Blu-ray Disc player hooked up to a wireless network. Check out the video and feel free to follow along. You can also visit our eSupport Site to view the step by step instructions.
So how did you do? Everything connected correctly? Let me know how your movie night went with the family now that you have a wireless connection on your Blu-ray Disc player. Let’s see your feedback and comments. I always enjoy hearing from you! And keep those ideas coming on what you want to see featured in our upcoming Tips & Tricks blogs.
For more helpful set-up and how-to videos for the Sony Blu-ray Disc players visit the Sonylistens YouTube channel. Blu-ray Disc Player – Set up – How To Videos Playlist
(NOTE: Netflix, Pandora, YouTube and Hulu Plus all require an account to use their services. Please visit their individual websites for more information on setting up an account and the terms and conditions of each company)
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