If you purchased a Blu-Ray player for 3D, do you know which model?
The reason I ask - the BD-C6900 comes with Wi-Fi built in, so you might not need an Adapter. That said, the same Samsung LinkStick (WIS09ABGN) will work on both units, but you'd have to connect them one at a time.
The TV will have similar Apps (though, they can vary), but would require the LinkStick Adapter.
Anynet+ is HDMI-CEC, and will pass short data, such as remote commands, but will not stream or otherwise 'connect' the TV and Blu-Ray for streaming functionality.
Does that help? If not, let me know and I'll be happy to expand on that answer.
I recently purchased the 7000 series 3D LED 55" tv, and it was bundled with a Blu-Ray player and 3D starter kit. I know that I have to purchase a separate wireless adapter (why, I have no idea). My question is this: Do I plug the wireless adapter into the tv, or into the Blu-Ray player, or do I need one for each? I know that with the Anynet+ technology, all of my components 'talk' to each other. But will one wireless adapter be recognized by both devices, or does it even matter? Any help or info on this would be greatly appreciated.