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Network connection OK but Internet@TV won't work on HT-C5500

by swigzine / January 8, 2011 3:04 PM PST

I bought the HT-C5500 Blu-Ray along with a LED Samsung TV last April and everything worked great for a couple of months. Then, after a firmware upgrade, my Internet@TV suddenly stopped working. I can connect to my network wirelessly, and my player has even updated its own firmware. But when I go to set-up Internet@TV, all it does is get stuck on "Downloading..." and never makes any progress!

Samsung customer service has been a nightmare. Anyone resolve an issue like this?

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Network connection OK but Internet@TV won't work on HT-C5200
by LawFish / January 8, 2011 7:42 PM PST

I too have this same issue. However, my Internet@TV worked until I performed my first firmware upgrade. I have since upgraded to a newer firmware version, however the issue remains, Internet@TV is stuck on "Downloading". Does anyone know of a solution for this?

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Internet@tv problems..internet connection seems to fail?
by spamba / February 26, 2011 8:33 PM PST

I have the very same issue. As soon as internet@tv is see the moving "Downloading....." icon and the application freezes. (_Can_ use the [Return] button on my remote successfully, though.)

All possible network tests run very well (all checkmarks!) on my set and I can use PC share manager without any hassle.

In order to fix the problem, tried both soft & hard resetting my no avail.

It looks as though this latest firmware update (1014.1 - applied via USB stick) somehow blocks internet traffic both to and from the internet@tv application.. & this goes for both the HT-C5200 - and HT-C5500 series..

Samsung staff - any idea why this will not work?


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the solution
by swigzine / February 26, 2011 11:28 PM PST

Well, after endless rounds with Samsung on the phone, I finally demanded that they repair or replace my unit, as it was still under warranty. I had to pay about $70 to ship and insure the unit, even though the work/replacement would be free. They had me send in the box as well as my wifi antenna. The good news is that they sent it back fairly quickly, and it works again...although not very smoothly! Still it's a pain choosing online apps. Samsung customer service was a nightmare the whole way through. No contact or explanation of what was wrong with my unit.

So, the bottom line is that you need to call them (or email) and tell them you have to send it in.

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Internet@tv connection problems - HT-C5200 (firmw v. 1014.1)
by spamba / March 5, 2011 3:36 AM PST
In reply to: the solution

Thnx for the feedback swigzine.. but it is quite odd that my set _used_ to work _properly_ ( was slow..but widgets were shown) with internet@tv right before the firmware update to v. 1014.1 (the most recent version). I never used the wireless option. Tried different resets (you can find quite a few - even @ this forum) no avail. Still the famous (?) "downloading" icon shows...and no widgets at all.

On various forums in my country there are complaints... and indeed..many customers send in their set in order to have it repaired.
Was just wondering - have any serious hardware changes been applied to your set? Or was the firmware just "downgraded" to a previous version so internet@tv will work...eventually?

Is this a hardware flaw at all? Of purely software? Is a firmware upgrade in the foreseeable future likely?

Again...Samsung staff....please join the discussion...

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Internet@tv connection problems - HT-C5200 (firmw v. 1014.1)
by Samsung_HD_Tech Samsung staff / March 7, 2011 4:38 AM PST


Internet@TV should be working properly if it was before an update. Why subsequent resets and a different firmware would cause this not to work in a different region is something I'm not able to answer.

The best recommendation I can make would be to contact the Samsung customer service center in your region for further inquiries. I have no information on upcoming firmware updates, for any region, but they may be able to assist further.


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did you ever resolve the issue?
by whats_wrong / January 8, 2012 3:10 AM PST

<span class="subject">did you ever resolve the issue?

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did you ever resolve the issue?
by whats_wrong / January 8, 2012 3:09 AM PST

did you ever resolve the issue?

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