02-07-2013 12:34 PM
I had been using Netflix on my HD+ for 2 months. Yesterday I was watching a movie and had to pause it. When I went to play there was audio but no video. I closed the app, turned off my Nook and restarted everything. There was still no video. I checked for an update, found none. Then I sent the app to cloud and re-downloaded, but got the same result. I deleted the app altogether and re-downloaded it and still have the same problem. Anyone know any other options? All other video, like you tube and such work fine. Thanks.
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02-15-2013 10:02 PM
It's completely separate things.
Netflix is using its own App, Crackle is using its own app, and YouTube is using the browser's Flash.
The only thing that might be a shared reason for issues is if you have some apps running in the background taking up memory.
Otherwise, they are unlikely to be affected by the same issue.
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02-16-2013 10:28 AM
Just a comment on commonality, inspired by oa complaint in another thread.
Having a solid WiFi signal strength alone is no assurance of high speed data transfers.
- if the access point is running in "B" mode it has a rate that is a fifth of "G" mode (or thereabouts)
- any mode in a WiFi rich environment will frun "slower" just from resends due to interference; in my "townhouse" a site survey shows over 10 WiFi access points (SSIDs) being broadcast (my own router is set up to NOT broadcast the SSID, how many others may there be) -- since WiFi channels overlap, a router running on an adjacent channel could garble some packets
- even in a clean WiFi environment having a 54Mbps link is meaningless if the actual internet connection is slow; on a good day my DSL is near 1.5Mbps (which is already too slow for streaming DVD quality video, forget any HD) or about 30X dial-up, bad days I'm lucky to get 480kbps or just 10X dial-up