Bose speakers or headphones will be disrupted if your Bluetooth device is out of range, the batteries are low or there is interference. This can include other devices, the Wi-Fi network, background apps or physical barriers. If you have earbuds that fall out, they will need to be fitted correctly.
A Fire TV will flicker/flash when there is a problem with the video signal. This can include problems with the resolution, refresh rate or HDMI connection. The Firestick LED will blink when it cannot connect to the remote or the internet, or there are problems with the start-up or HDMI connection.
Netflix will not work on the Apple TV if either of these is out of date, your log-in doesn’t work, the app has frozen, the network connection is disrupted, or the Netflix servers are down. These issues are generally fixed by restarting or resetting your Apple TV, modem/router and/or Netflix app.
If your LG TV screen isn’t working, first check that energy-saving mode is switched off, then check any external devices or cables for issues. Ensure the unit is plugged in correctly and that there are no timers set. You should also check that the brightness hasn’t been turned down by mistake.
If your HP laptop won’t charge, hold its charge, or connect to the charger, first check that the charger or laptop itself isn’t damaged. Next, check the outlet is working by plugging something else in, and also check for updates on your machine and docking station. If in doubt, go to a professional.
A Fire TV device that doesn’t load can be fixed by restarting the device, and checking your internet connection. Because your Fire TV stick is ‘always on’ certain apps can freeze or have a fatal error that stops your device from loading. And resetting it will cause it to work again.
As a whole, this is most likely caused by your Fire TV remote going out of range of your Fire TV device. When this happens the remote won’t work and it will unpair from your Fire TV stick. The range where your Fire TV stick will work is within 10 feet (3 meters).
Bose headphones and speakers will beep continuously if there is an issue with the power or Bluetooth connections. Clearing the Bluetooth pairing list or checking the power cable for misconnection and faults will fix these issues. All other issues are generally solved by resetting the device.
Bose devices will not update if you have less than 20% battery remaining on the device, there is a disrupted connection between the updater device and the Bose device or there is a bug in the firmware. Your Bose device can be updated with a cable and computer, or wirelessly through the app.
Your internet connection on a Fire TV device may not work because of outdated firmware, incompatible network settings, a disrupted signal, faulty Ethernet cable or because you are logged out of your Amazon account. You should start by restarting all devices, then work through each of these issues.