You must have your internet connection already set up in your location to access the internet and streaming services with your TV. If you have an active wireless network, you should be able to verify by checking for internet access on your other devices (smartphones, tablets, computers, etc.).
Make sure you know the SSID (your wireless network name) and your wireless network password. Passwords are case-sensitive and must be entered correctly.
On the supplied remote control, press the HOME button or the Quick Settings ( or ) button, depending on the model.
The next steps will vary. Follow the steps according to your TV menu options:
Select Network & Internet → Wi-Fi.
Select Network & Internet → Easy setup → Wi-Fi.
Select Network → Network setup → Easy → Wi-Fi.
Selecting Wi-Fi toggles the option on and off, when the Wi-Fi option is active, you'll see the available wireless networks. Notes:
If you don't know the SSID (wireless network name) and password (security key/passphrase) of your wireless router (or access point), check the manuals for your wireless equipment or contact your ISP (Internet Service Provider) for help.
Select your wireless network and enter your network password as prompted. Notes:
After selecting your wireless network, you may need to press the Enter/Select button on your remote control while the text field is highlighted to activate the on-screen keyboard.
Selecting the up-arrow symbol on the on-screen keyboard toggles it for upper-case characters. Press it again to go back to lowercase.
Password characters are case-sensitive. Be careful to use upper case and lower case correctly. Examples of common mistakes:
I (capital i), l (small L), and 1 (number one)
0 (number zero) and O (capital o)
d (small D) and b (small B)
9 (number nine) and q (small Q)
After entering your password, select the enter key to continue. The enter key is usually located on the right side of the keyboard and labeled as Enter, or a symbol with an arrow used to indicate NEXT, ENTER, or FINISH.
In most home environments the IP Address Setting is Auto and the Proxy Setting is No. Contact your ISP if you are unsure if a Proxy connection has been set up.
The setup for TV models that are wireless LAN-ready and those with built-in wireless LAN will be different. If you don't know which of these you have refer to your product specification or the
supplied with the TV. Recent models have Built-in wireless LAN.
What is the difference between wireless LAN-ready and built-in wireless LAN?
Built-in wireless LAN: The built-in wireless LAN device allows you to access the internet and your home network without having to connect a separate adapter. With this feature, you can easily connect to a wireless LAN and enjoy the benefits of networking in a cable-free environment.
Wireless LAN-ready: Wi-Fi-ready BRAVIA HDTV models allow access to the internet using the UWA-BR100 USB wireless LAN adapter. This adapter plugs into the USB input on your TV.
Note: The UWA-BR100 USB wireless LAN adapter is discontinued and may not be available. This adapter was supplied or available as an optional accessory, depending on your TV model.
Wireless network setup
For the Wireless LAN-ready TVs, only the UWA-BR100 is supported. No other USB Wireless LAN adapters are not supported.
If you are using the UWA-BR100 Wireless LAN adapter, make sure the adapter is already connected to the USB port of your TV.
Follow the steps below.
On the supplied TV remote control, press the HOME button.
This step will vary depending on the network setup options available in your TV menu. Follow the steps accordingly.
Select Preferences → Setup → Network → Network Setup or Set up network connection
Select Network Set up → Set up Network connection
Select Network → Network Setup or Set up network connection
Select Auto or Easy depending on your options.
Note: You also may see options for Expert or Custom. These options are used when you need to customize your settings or need to switch between a wired and wireless network.
Select Wireless LAN, Wireless Setup, or Wireless, depending on your menu options.
If you don't see these options, continue to the next step.
Connect your TV to your wireless network using the available options. The connection methods may vary depending on your router type and your TV menu options. Select your connection method: