Read http://forums.cnet.com/7723-13973_102-560420/wifi-disconnects-from-time-to-time-galaxy-tab-7-plus/?tag=contentBody;threadListing where they had connection issues and it was, well, simple. But you bring up a good point. Should the industry have used such a technical solution that has everyone becoming a network guru?
Also there are other reasons for it to not show such as a network with a name that is non-alphanumeric.
My Samsung Blu-Ray BD-P3600 cannot detect any wireless signals. My computer is able to pick up my wireless signal in the same are (w/ full signal), and my wireless router is right in the room next to my Blu-Ray. When I select Setup>Network>Wireless Network>Access Point it says "Wireless Access Point Cannot Be Found". I know it's not just my wireless router that it's having problems w/ as it's not picking up any wireless networks (I can see all 10 of my neighbors networks on my computer). Help! I really want to connect my Blu-Ray to the internet...was the whole point of buying it w/ the wireless functionality. Thanks in advance!