Update FRITZ!App Media for Android
Our latest update for FRITZ!App Media is now available. What's new?
FRITZ!App Media 2.3.2
Fix: Image preview does not work with some media servers
Fix: Videos from Kodi (XBMC) - server cannot be played
Fix: Disabled devices are shown despite refreshing
Enhancement: optimization of the image view
To install the latest version, simply go to:
22 Jul 2015
Maximum WiFi performance
A fast, stable wireless connection is especially important for streaming and the transmission of large data.
Depending on your place of residence, there may be many wireless networks in your neighborhood. Yet, every WiFi network transmits on certain channels, which can interfere with each other and cause trouble with your connection. There are various ways to achieve optimized WiFi power.
Relaxing vacation with Smart Home
Did you know: You can use the automatic switching function of the FRITZ!DECT 200 and FRITZ!Powerline 546E for your electronic devices while you're away. Simply plug either one into an outlet near a device, and the AVM smart plug takes over the power supply for the device plugged into it.
Using MyFRITZ! you can also access your FRITZ!Box at any time and set your individual switching points. Smartphone or tablet users can also use the MyFRITZ!App.
16 Jul 2015
UK: Review FRITZ!WLAN Repeater 1750E
Linux Format has had a look at our FRITZ!WLAN Repeater 1750E in issue 199 - and rated it with 9/10 stars :-)
06 Jul 2015
New: FRITZ!Box 4020
Our new FRITZ!Box 4020 is the smallest FRITZ!Box of all time and is perfect for newcomers to FRITZ! home networking.
It is a pure wireless router for flexible deployment at cable, DSL or fiber optic modems and extends existing networks. The FRITZ!Box 4020 is equipped with one WAN port, four LAN ports and a NAS function. With 450 Mbit/s in the 2.4-GHz frequency band it offers the fastest Wireless N in its performance class and enables convenient surfing via smartphone, tablet or notebook.
The FRITZ!Box 4020 has one USB-2.0 port and supports 3G and 4G dongles for optional Internet access via mobile communication networks.