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Trying to connect Panasonic DMP BDT320 Facebook app to FB

by bigblueamazon / July 8, 2013 4:05 AM PDT

Hello everyone

I'm struggling with the pairing of my Panasonic Smart Blu-Ray player's Facebook app and the Facebook device 'registration'. I opened the FB app on the blu-ray and it gave me a code which I entered into the device registration page on FB - then I clicked Connect, and according to FB that should be the end of the process. However my blu-ray FB app is not showing any authorisation at all. There was some kind of 'pending' message at the bottom of the app screen, but I can't remember exactly what it said.

I tried again and put another code in, but nothing happened.

Is this a problem with the blu-ray player app or have I not done the FB side of things correctly?

Many thanks in advance Happy

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Actually such things are widely reported.
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / July 8, 2013 4:18 AM PDT

To side step a few issues, use a wired connection to your router and be sure the router is using the Google DNS of and

If that fails, call it in but I find most consumers just pack and return it as a defective unit.

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by bigblueamazon / July 8, 2013 5:11 AM PDT

Thanks for your reply. I have connected the blu-ray player to the router with a cable but don't know how to check the it is using the Google DNS that you mentioned. Is it something simple? Happy

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by bigblueamazon / July 8, 2013 5:17 AM PDT
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Then it may be a defect.
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / July 8, 2013 5:26 AM PDT
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Now that it failed, my advice is to return it as it's not ready for prime time or the retail shelf.

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by bigblueamazon / July 8, 2013 5:36 AM PDT

I think I'll keep it. It's not worth taking back just because the FB app doesn't work - I can live without it. If Facebook have an official announcement out that they're working on the device login facility, that's enough for me. Just about every smart blu-ray player brand seems to have problems with one of its apps, and most seem to be fixed eventually with software updates anyway.

Thanks again for your help.

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by bigblueamazon / July 10, 2013 6:42 AM PDT
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It does not say this anywhere in the instructions, but the Facebook Viera Connect app has to be added to the user's Facebook account online, via this link:

THEN the user finds the token code and enters it on the page, then 'Connect', then 'OK' on the device.

I finally found the answer by searching online with a different search string, thank goodness.

I hope this helps other people!

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