Recently the Amazon app on my Bolt has been consistently freezing playback and giving me a bandwidth error after 20-30 minutes of playback. This happens every time without fail. There isn't any actual bandwidth issue, as I've tested on a laptop a few feet away from my Bolt on the same wifi network and I get over 50 Mb/sec (and I'm only streaming 1080p). Once the error occurs, if I exit the app and open any streaming app, it won't have connectivity at all. This includes Netflix. It's like the Tivo completely loses internet even though it's still on my wifi. The only fix I've found is to turn off wifi on the Bolt, turn it back on, and then rejoin my network. However, this is only temporary. Also, simply switching wifi networks doesn't fix it; you must fully disable wifi in the options menu. This same issue also resulted in the Tivo not being able to get guide updates for a week while I was out of town, and again it was only corrected by toggling wifi. There was nothing wrong with my ISP or router. Is this a known bug in the Tivo Bolt software? It seems like there is a recurring issue which can kill all network connectivity and from which the Tivo can't recover without intervention. I've only noticed this in the past month or so. It happens every single time on Prime, occasionally on Netflix, and sometimes all by itself outside of streaming apps (like when I was out of town).