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Ive moved house and had to re set my system up with a new router. Everything has worked ok wish until I try and link my Apple Music subscription. When I attempt to link I either get a message saying “There has been a problem, try later”. or I get a message saying “error please ensure you've updated to the lates version of the Apple Music app”Things I’ve tried:-Updating IOS Deleting Apple Music and reinstalling Deleting sonos and re setting up the system again Resetting each speakerHelp
Dear Sonos-ers!TLDR;Issue; “Incorrect password” for wifi set up even though you enter the right password.Fix; “Incorrect password” → Factory reset → Ethernet to router → create new router password for network on router → set up speaker again with Ethernet still in → “create wifi network” via app → Enter your new router created password → should work!I am creating this as hopefully my first and last post on this community thread.=============================================I have spent the last 2 hours troubleshooting this issue, so creating this in the hope that this helps you further. Hopefully this will improve my karma!I went to sleep last night with the Sonos One speaker working perfectly, with a smile in the corner of my mouth. Waking up, the Speaker was essentially a brick, went through the “whats wrong” troubleshooting several times via the app to no positive effect.Then, I eventually got the “enter your wifi” option, entered my password, and got “password is incorrect”. I thoug
Good Evening,We replaced our router and have read through the message boards/followed the app without success. An Ethernet connection is not an option due to installation distance (on wall with all wires behind drywall).Is our best and only recourse a reboot? I have updated my Sonos app/etc. Thank you!
I have many speakers. I grouped a Sonos One and a Port (the port is sending his output line to a Yamaha amplifier) but there is a few ms delay between the two sounds. I tried to set the sound compression to none and to change the WiFi channel but nothing changes. I’m going mad… I sent the diagnostic and its number is 862404893 (in case someone from the support sees it...). I had this issue since I installed the system, I tried to plug, restart, change the input in the Yamaha Amplifier (RX-V375). I used to have the Connect and a Play:1 connected in the same configuration but I never had an issue, but then I upgraded the system due to the S2 app compatibility. Any other in the same situation? Thank you!
This is my first Sonos system. Arc, Sub and 2 SLs setup as a soround system in my tv room. So far I really like the system, however I am getting a random chime tone coming out the speakers that I cannot identify. It is like a system notification. It is becoming very annoying. No lights or anything else just the chime. Any ideas or suggestions on what this might be? Thanks.
My 100% S1 Sonos installation cannot play songs from Spotify anymore. Playing directly from Spotify app works fine, so not network/firewall/internet issues, but when I try the same via Sonos app, I get “unable to play XYZ - connect op Spotify was lost”. Also Spotify connect does nog work via Sonos speakers. I already reauthorised Spotify service and even removed and re-added spotify service again to Sonos system … no luck … nog music via Spotify … one of the main sources for playing music for my family … what could be wrong?submitted diagnostic report 1047707724
Hello,I currently have a play 3, two Sonos ones and a Sonos Beam. I recently had to factory reset my router, which resulted in having to rename my network. As a result I have had to re-connect all of my smart home devices. I have sonos speakers up on walls, wires hidden behind the wall, and the beam is mounted on top of my tv which is also mounted up on a stone fireplace. The Sonos App indicates I only need to hardwire 1 device into the router using ethernet. This was completed and I was hoping the other devices would then update to the same network. Not correct. I am reluctant to find that the only device setup.in the app is my play 3 which is easily movable and was hardwired to the router temporarily to update the network settings. I have tried to add the other devices in the app with no luck. It indicates the app can find the beam, but cant set up. None of the sonos ones are showing up. I am really hoping I do not have to take down and re-fish the wires through the walls to these so
I miss the old app. I love my sonos product but this new app is horrible. Every time I update I have same issue….. can’t connect to wifi with Sonos products. Which is really interesting when the speakers are playing. For the amount of money spent on the products you would think they would have this issues fixed by now since it seems to be a global issue. I won’t be updating the app again. Spending 20 mins after each update to fix a problem that the developers refuse to fix is enough for me. Why can’t there just be a normal controller for these things? Sad to say I miss the dinosaur days of a basic remote that had the only issue of dead batteries 🤬
I didn’t get the memo early enough about removing my Bridge before upgrading to S2, so I have updated to S2, but the Bridge is still connected to my system. I tried to use the removal tool I read about but I don’t seem to have it (in fact, when I click “Settings” and then “System” on the S2 app I don’t see “System Tools” at all, nor “Remove Products”). Can anyone help? Can I just disconnect my Bridge manually, or is that a problem?
My Sonos One keeps disappearing from my controller for Mac (Version 12.1). I am using Sonos OS: S2. My Mac is operating on OS version 10.15.7. I have tried doing a factory reset and turning power on/off. The Sonos One comes back, but after a while disappears again. I have other Sonos One’s around the house and they all work fine. The Sonos One is connect via WiFi using a Linksys Velop system. The node is in direct line of sight and within 5m. Any ideas how I can I solve this particular problem with this Sonos One? thanks
Hi, The vast majority of our household’s use of both Spotify and Sonos are playing Spotify playlists through our Sonos system. For years, I had no problems. Recently, however, a few of my long Spotify playlists would no longer load in Sonos when launched in the Sonos app. I began receiving the “unable to add songs to queue” message for Spotify playlists that were around 4,000 songs or more. I can get around the situation by launching the Spotify playlist through the Spotify app and then sending it to Sonos. That’s more inconvenient compared to the Sonos app, but it works. However, I also used to enjoy having some of those long playlists be morning or afternoon alarms, but when Sonos loads for an alarm a playlist that is too long, it flips to the chime instead. Anyhow, did something change in a software update a few months back? Is there some deep setting I can change somewhere? Or maybe it’s just me? Thank you.
I’ve often had issues with audio dropouts where some speakers keep playing and others go silent for awhile. I know there are a lot of possible solves, but one question I’ve been wondering is if my older Play 1s might be the issue. I have a mix of speakers including Play 1, One, Arc, Move, Sub (Gen 2), and a Boost. I’ve wondered if upgrading the Play 1s to either a One (or SL) might improve reliability. Curious if others have noticed any material differences. Thx!8.5.1
Diagnostic : 1462913809Randomly I get a sound like radio with no signal, white noise, loud for a second or so, happens with YouTube Music and Amazon Music, so I don’t think it’s service related.I saw something about possible wifi issues, but that seems to be the blame for everything, surely it should be buffering, and this has only started happening recently.
Hi we have multiple sonos products in our system.Been using Sonos Amp for most part of the year. Several weeks ago it started having crackling sound while watching TV on all apps.Sonos System still on S1. Sonos Amp wired thru ethernet and hooked to an LG C8 oled via hdmi arc and paired with a Sonos SUB v2. Tried setting the sound output to both PCM and AUTO still the crackling remains.Happens every now and then but now getting more frequently. Sounds ok when I switch back to TV audio output using the built in speakers but when i switch back to the AMP via hdmi arc the crackling resumes. Playing music thru sonos using spotify and tidal no issues. All firmware both on TV and SONOS are updated.Will updating to SONOS S2 solve this? but i really do not want to update as I have a mix of new and legacy devices.I know the crackling issue here on the forums are a plenty but been a SONOS user for almost a decade and this is our first time with this issue. Yeah its been a frustrating experience
I have an echo Dot and Sonos one, I also have some smart home items. I'm creating routines in Alexa and get the prompt Sonos one "audio actions in routines are currently not supported on this device" although it them proceeds to complete the audio action… What do I need to do to keep the audio action but stop the stupid message !
Most of the time my Sonos Connect delivers Plex music content to my AV system perfectly however, periodically, even whilst playing Plex content, it simply stops and repostd that the content can no longer be found.I have tried many things to sort this - rebooting the Connect, restarting the app, checking that Plex is still running OK (which it always is) and re-authorizing the Plex server to Sonos. Sometimes I thing the re-authorization works, but not always.It is most infuriating as it seems to always fail just when we have visitors etc.
Diagnostic 147347860EVERY TIME I want to play music I have to got to the living room; switch the plug on and off on the Playbar ( also added unplugging & plugging in the Ethernet too which I feel has slightly better success rate when combined with the switch on and off!).Tried everything I feel; firmware, I’ve taken the switch I had out my network; I’ve removed my second router from network; I’ve made sure 2g and 5g are same name; reset the virgin WiFi hub fully, made sure no guest network enabled… still every time… such an pain to listen to music; thought Sonos was supposed to be easy, clearly I’m not the only one with these issues, as seems a frequent topic but think I’ve tried the suggested solutions. I don’t have any issues with anything else connected in the house and have 250Mbs connection.
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