My (LG) smart tv continues to show a (device) 'Weak Connection' despite great connections on both mesh points and "blazing fast" internet speeds. Not sure moving mesh points or the router is the issue... I have tried to find sweet spots etc. but the tests I run continue to be great. The TV (device) is really the problem in terms of performance.
The "Weak connection" status is misleading and not necessarily worthwhile. Its simply a reflection of client WiFi device's ability to both negotiate and maintain an optimal signal. I have similar troubles with my Sony Bravia due its poorly designed WiFi (which regularly drops off the air either due to caching issues, overheating, or both.) The solution for my Bravia is to periodically (as-needed, multiple times a day) open the TV settings app and cycle the WiFi adapter off then back on. It's only 10 feet from the Nest point, so it gets "Great connection" immediately upon reconnection, only to degrade within 1 or more hours due to its own great mediocrity.
Hey @Wballs .
There is a known issue with LG model TVs and Wifi that they have not fixed even though the issue has been present for several years; it has to do with the way the cables are run in the TV. It can result in weak connections, dropped connections, or not able to connect to Wifi at all. I had a similar issue with one of my LG TVs and was able to fix it over the weekend so I could move the Ethernet connection to my Nvidia Shield.
Follow the instructions in the below YouTube video and it should resolve the issue: