Become a MacRumors Supporter for $50/year with no ads, ability to filter front page stories, and private forums.

jwolf6589

macrumors 601
Original poster
Dec 15, 2010
4,865
1,610
Colorado
Bought a HomePod today and it just cannot work with my AppleTV because every time I open an app it crashes the network so I have given up trying to use it with appleTV. I also cant get it to play music (iTunes library) from my Mac or iPhone however it works with my iPad. Podcast however work and the main reason I bought it was for podcasts.
 

w5jck

Suspended
Nov 9, 2013
1,516
1,933
He always complains about his Wi-Fi being crap because he rents a room in a house and has no control over the Wi-Fi modem/router/system. Only his landlord has control. So there is no wonder that a Wi-Fi that acts up with his ATV 4K also has issues reaching his HomePod mini. We have suggested many alternative to better Wi-Fi, but he doesn't really listen to us...
 
  • Angry
Reactions: jwolf6589

jwolf6589

macrumors 601
Original poster
Dec 15, 2010
4,865
1,610
Colorado
He always complains about his Wi-Fi being crap because he rents a room in a house and has no control over the Wi-Fi modem/router/system. Only his landlord has control. So there is no wonder that a Wi-Fi that acts up with his ATV 4K also has issues reaching his HomePod mini. We have suggested many alternative to better Wi-Fi, but he doesn't really listen to us...
Or maybe I can’t afford your suggestions.
 

HDFan

Contributor
Jun 30, 2007
6,957
3,077
Network drops and reconnects.

Just to clairify that's not a network crash. A crash implies that the router itself died and rebooted.

Seems like a continuation of your previously posted network issues. There are questions there that did not involve any expense (such as providing the router manufacturer and model number) that were never answered.
 

jwolf6589

macrumors 601
Original poster
Dec 15, 2010
4,865
1,610
Colorado
Just to clairify that's not a network crash. A crash implies that the router itself died and rebooted.

Seems like a continuation of your previously posted network issues. There are questions there that did not involve any expense (such as providing the router manufacturer and model number) that were never answered.
I have not had the problems in a while. Landlord must have fixed the problem.
 
Register on MacRumors! This sidebar will go away, and you'll see fewer ads.