addiegoodwin55 wrote: Netflix and all of other apps do not work on my Hopper or Joey receivers. Video on demand does not work either. I went through all of the troubleshooting steps suggested on this forum including resetting all of the receivers but it still does not work. The internet connection is working properly so I know that is not the issue. Hopper is connected to the internet wirelessly and shows no issues on the Hopper but the Apps are not working. Please help because I am paying monthly for this and it should work properly.
addiegoodwin55 wrote: Hello,
So what you are saying is that I have to run a LAN cable across my floor (very inconvenient) from my router to my Hopper so that Netflix and other Apps will work on the Hopper and Joey receivers. Why won't these Apps work thru my wireless network?? The receivers are suppose to be state of the art. That is like going back in time for the purpose of getting these Apps to work on these receivers. Dish really needs to get it together, otherwise you guys are going to lose a lot of customers to DirecTV and cable companies like Spectrum. Think about it, why would anyone want a Hopper or Joey if they do not work as advertised? My internet speed (up and down) is plenty fast enough so please do not try to tell me that is the issue because I know that it is NOT. Just admit that the problem is a design flaw of these receivers that is preventing these Apps from connecting and working as they should.
ryancwill wrote: I just did the software upgrade and i get an error message when trying to access the apps. My guess is they will either show up when system updates tonight or there is an issue with apps in the new update. I have a first generation hopper and new update does not seem to work well on it at all. I am guessing in my case, this is same problem with apps.