Question about Blu-ray connection to wireless network...
Okay, so I bought a Sony BDP-S3700 Blu-ray player for $80 at P.C. Richard & Son. The deal maker was its built-in wireless Wi-Fi connection, so I could watch stuff from the computer on my bedroom TV set. When I tried to set it up at home it failed to make the connection to my home internet provider, so I tried each of the other options and they each demanded a password. So I called up my cable/internet provider and was told that the router I had was TP-Link, which was not one of theirs. She told me to click on the TP-Link connection when the options came up for wireless connections for this Blu-ray player. I did and it demanded a password. I don't recall ever putting in a password for this router. I've had no trouble playing movies off Amazon Prime on my kindle through this connection and don't recall ever having to type in a password to do that. If I ever did I have no idea what it is nor any idea how to retrieve it if I have one. On the router box itself it has a plate at the bottom with info on it. For Password it just says "admin." When I tried typing that in for the Blu-ray player it was rejected.
I googled this question and couldn't find anything comprehensible.
I just want this Blu-ray player to pick up my home internet connection so I can watch stuff from YouTube and Amazon Prime on my bedroom TV monitor.
Any ideas what I should do?
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