Bt home hub not updating
You can restore the Home Hub to its factory defaults, so it’s exactly as you got it when you unpacked it.
When you change the setting from yes to no, enter your password again on your tv screen and it should accept it.
That’s what happened to me and the Fire Stick is streaming great now. ► Enter your wifi password on your tv screen again and this time it should connect.
Turn the power off, using the Power button on the right (See Arrow 3 on the following picture).
You could also pull out the mains lead for 30 seconds 3.
In a nutshell: ► to find out from BT how to access your hub manager settings. Having done the above and if you’re still unable to login on your tv screen, somone has offered one further step which worked for them (see post below for 14 November, 2015 and another for 2 December, 2015).
Personally I find entering the ‘home’ link doesn’t work but the IP address does. ► Now scroll down and enter the password that’s on the rear of the hub, not the wifi password, but the admin password. I haven’t tried this further step as the procedure above allowed me to sign in and I have no problem with lagging or dropouts.
BT have given up trying and just said they’ll send a new unit, leaving me without the Internet for days to come – but is there anyway of forcing a re-start?To de-activate Power Saving temporarily, press the Reset button at the back of the hub (a circle with two arrows) If you’re able to log on to the Home Hub, you can disable Power Saving from the menu.My Amazon Fire Stick arrived today and it was a real problem to set up with BT Home Hub 5 as it just wouldn’t connect to wifi.The issue was with a setting for the hub so anyone who is having a similar problem you need to disable the Smart Setup wizard in your .The extra step is to connect the hub using the 5ghz bandwidth.