Get help with your Sonos Roam, and Sonos Move
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Hi All,I’m a heavily invested long term user of Sonos and contemplating the trade up program to bring my system to S2 compatibility. However I’m pretty concerned by what seems to be widespread issues around the S2 controller stability, with so many users reporting connectivity issues after moving from S1 to S2.I was hoping this might be early teething issues with the S2 app, but after reading recent reviews on the apple App Store (as recent as this week) it seems the same issues are still present and quite widespread. Specifically the issues I’m referring to are where the S2 controller/app fails to find the Sonos system, speakers drop off, random disconnection issues and delays when pausing/skipping tracks. I see that Sonos support seem to be in complete denial of these issues blaming the user’s network/environment, but completely ignoring the fact the problems started immediately after switching from S1 to S2.Can fellow community members comment on their experience with S2, specifi
Starting a new Sonos system with all new Sonos 2 equipment. Got and connected two Move speakers to my home network. Two days later I received a Boost and connected it to my Orbi router with an ethernet cable. I expected the Moves would “see” and connect to the new Sonos network automatically. Didn’t happen.The Moves work on what shows as the home network, no mention of a Sonos network, but I don’t trust that will continue. I had a lot of drop out issues with an older Sonos system until I ethernet connected one of the components to the router and set up a dedicated Sonos network. After that, all was fine.The IP addresses for all three are the same with the exception of the last two digits. The Boost is WM:0, the two Moves are WM:1. Is this as it should be?I have more Sonos 2 product on order and want to get this worked out before tackling the rest of it.
I just received my Move today. All set up and playing. Sounds great. I have both Port & Boost coming next week. Question. All my Sonos is on my wifi router. When I get my Port and Boost should connect my Port first before connecting my Boost? Is there a certain procedure to connect Boost when all of the Sonos are already on a router wifi?
Hello, I'm french so I'm sorry by advance for my english.I own a Sonos Move and I live in two different house (I change house every week) and I i bring my Sonos Move in my two houses. At first it worked perfectly, I could connect my Sonos Move in both of my networks. However, it's been more than a month that I need to factory reset my Sonos Move every week because it cannot connect the the new networks. Everytime I try to do the setup where I click on "New router or changed WIFI settings". Then it says to put the speaker on the charging base and click on the "infinity" button behind the speaker (what I do everytime I try). And then it says that it can deconnect my phone from my actual network for a few moments during the setup of my speaker. But after 1-2min it says that there was a problem while trying to connect to my Sonos and I don't why I can't connect my Sonos Move to a new WIFI even that it can actually connect to 16 different networks.If anyone could help me with that problem i
I’ve read all the other posts and none of the suggestions or documentation are working. I took my brand new Move with me on vacation and trying to connect to wifi. There’s now intermediate wifi sign in at this location. But nothing I do will see my Move. Frustrating because it’s called a MOVE and yet so difficult to move… I’ve taken my play one’s to new locations with no issue.Any suggestions? Mobile app on the wifi, I say add product, it looks and looks and looks and nothing. I try resetting the app, then when I sign in, it does the same.
I want to pair a Sony Nwa 55 with my Sonos Move. I put the move in Bluetooth mode, hold the wifi Bluetooth switch until the led flashes blue. The move doesn’t come up in the Bluetooth menu of the Sony. This is the reason i bought the Move. What can i do to solve this?
I bought a Move over the weekend. I charged it to full and then used it for a couple of hours. I turned it off when I was done. I went to use it this morning and it was dead. I placed it on the charger and it lit up like it was charging, but it doesn’t seem to be charging. I tried I tried the dock for several hours and using the USB-C option for a couple hours and it still doesn’t turn on. Tried both options in multiple outlets. I get the little charging light anytime I move or unplug it. It’s listed as “offline” in the app, so I can’t go in and mess with any of the settings. I don’t think I can reset it because it won’t even turn on. Anyone else run into this and able to fix it or is it a hardware problem (i.e., a dud)?
Hi, I can't charge my sonos move anymore. I tried with the charging base, the orange led lights up, goes out and then, nothing. I also tried to charge it with the USB-C charger and it was unsuccessful too (no light at all). I only charged it a few times so the battery doesn't need to be changed yet up to me. As it is out of charge, I also can't reset it. Anyone can help? Thank you so much in advance!
Just got a new MOVE. It worked right away with my current WIFI nework, and with my other Sonos speakers. Then I tested it on bluetooth, and that also worked fine. However, after that, I can not get it to switch back to my WIFI network from bluetooth. It’s stuck in bluetooth! Can’t get it back on WIFI by pressing the join button as instructed. Can anyone help me switch back to my wifi and Sonos system?
I have recently upgraded my Play 5 to a Move. The Move is situated in the same position as the Play 5 was, in the conservatory. I also have a Playbar and a Play 3. Due to network issues there is a WiFi extender in the conservatory. The extender provides exactly the same network and log in details as the main router. The Play 5 worked perfectly well in this location.My issue is that if the Move speaker connects to the extender then it disappears from the App. Do I need to alter a setting to overcome this problem? If I cannot connect via the extender then the Move will not work as intended.
Hi. I’ve recently started using a new mesh router. I’ve managed to hardwire all my speakers except the Move without problem. However the Move won’t use SonosNet. However i can’t connect it to my new network. I’ve tried factory resetting but for some reason it automatically reconnects to the old network and I can’t work out how to stop it doing so! Any ideas guys?! Thanks!
Just changed to a new router and two of my SONOS Move can’t find the new network. On the instructions it shows: “Conncet to ‘SONOS’ Wi-FI , then return to the app”But the network doesn’t show the ‘SONOS Wi-Fi’Since Move cannot be connect to ethernet cable, so I can’t try the alternative way eirher.I also tried to factory reset the two Move and reinstalling the app, but both didn’t work. Please help:)
I have an Arc, 2x 1st gen One’s, all hardwired, plus a Move, all running 12.1 60381140. Until I setup the Move, I had never configured WiFi credentials to any of my Sonos equipment, and for some asinine reason I had to enable WiFi on a One before the setup would even acknowledge I had a Move to add. After configuration, WiFi has been disabled on all wired devices and everything has functioned as expected.I now need to change the SSID the Move connects to, and the iOS App again refuses to begin searching for WiFi until at least one of my hard wired devices has WiFi enabled. This is mostly venting of the stupid precursor steps required to get to the real problem I’m posting.I have the new SSID setup, every other device has been updated with the new credentials and is functioning as expected. The Move connects to the old SSID just fine, but searching for the new SSID using the iOS App (S2, 12.1, 6038140) fails to authenticate. I don’t even see an attempt on the AP, it’s just silently fail
Hello! I have a Sonos Move (as well as a few other products). Everything used to be set up just fine, with the Move in its own group. Recently had some issues and had to replace a lot of electrical wiring in the house and the axial cable to my modem got fried. Replaced the modem and router.Everything is set up on the new network, except the Move. I have tried rebooting the move a couple times. But still when I try to get it into setup mode, the light goes solid orange, never flashes green. Additionally, my Sonos app seems to have forgotten the Move was ever there. Is this a hardware problem?
Move has worked fine for several months and has just stopped working altogether. No LED lights are on. I have tried the reboot, plugging into a regular outlet, etc. All I’m getting is a solid red light on the lower front LED that goes out after a few seconds of sitting on the charging ring. Move does not appear in my app.
At a rent by week cottage and attempting to setup a Move on a wi-fi, it fails to complete. One article says the Move cannot be setup on a guest wi-fi network. How do I know if the wi-fi I'm trying to connect to is a guest one, and that's why we can't connect, or some other problem is in play?
I picked up a brand new Move. Followed the connection instructions for WiFi. It connected and it shows up in the Sonos App. Works fine when using the App. When I press the MODE button on the back to switch Bluetooth, nothing happens. It does not beep or chime. Further, I’ve tried holding it down for pairing. Nothing. No beep, chime or blue light on top. Also, Move is supposed to be AirPlay 2 compatable, it does not show up on the list of devices. Any ideas on how to get these things working are welcome.
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