How To Connect Your Audio Dock To A Network Using Jukeblox (JBC)
This guide walks you through the steps of connecting your Samsung audio dock to your wireless network using JBC.
How To Connect Your Apple Device To Your Samsung Audio Dock
Stream music from your Apple device to your audio dock by following the steps in this easy to follow guide.
How To Connect Your Audio Dock To A Network Using WPS (PBC) Method
WPS allows you to connect your wireless devices to your router with the push of a button, if your router supports WPS select this method.
How To Connect Your Audio Dock To A Network Using An Ethernet Cable (Wired)
This guide walks you through the steps of setting up a wired network connection to your Samsung audio dock.
How To Connect Your Samsung Audio Dock To Your Wireless Network Using WPS PIN
Use this connectiong method if your router supports the WPS PIN function.
Can I Connect My Audio Dock Using JukeBlox?
JukeBlox™ is a connectivity platform used to connect tablets, Smart phones, PC's, Mac's, and many other consumer electronics to audio devices such as A/V receivers, audio docks, and wireless speakers. In simple terms, the audio dock will use your Wi-Fi device as a screen to access your wireless
How Do I Connect My Audio Dock To My Network Using An Ethernet Cable?
Getting Started You will need: The included Ethernet cable Access to an Ethernet port on your router Audio Dock remote, although panel buttons can also be used Power off your Audio dock if it is already on. Connect one end of the Ethernet cable to the Ethernet port on the back of the
How Do I Connect My Audio Dock To A Network?
It really depends on the type of connection you want to make and the types of connections your router supports. Below is a list of each connection type along with a link to the step by step how to guide. Ethernet - This method uses the included Ethernet cable and connects directly to your
Can I Connect My Audio Dock Using The WPS Button On My Router?
WPS (Wi-Fi Protected Setup) allows you to connect your wireless devices to your router with the push of a button. If your router supports WPS it will have a WPS button with one of the logos below. On some routers the logo may be printed on the bottom or on the side, and you may have to access