I plugged the bridge to power and connected to router with ethernet cable. When I checked "about my Sonos System" all my speakers showed "wm1" which means its still connected to wireless.
I tried "Adding boost or bridge" from my Sonos iOS application. It took me into a setup for a Boost - I didnt see an opportunity to add a bridge.
I tried factory resetting the bridge and retried the above steps. Still no luck. Now the bridge has a slow-blinking green light.
I'm running out of ideas. My main goal is to eliminate audio drops by Sonos speakers. Any ideas?
Best answer by ratty
Keeping the speaker wired, wire the Bridge and power it up. Go through the 'Add a Boost or Bridge' routine. If it takes you to the setup for a Boost just keep going, and when prompted to push a button press the one on the top of the Bridge. It should add, and then you can unwire the speaker.
If the system subsequently behaves well, go to Advanced Settings/Wireless Setup and remove ('reset') the WiFi credentials.