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How to Fix It When TNT Won’t Activate on Roku

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There are several reasons why TNT has stopped working on your Roku, and the problem can manifest itself in different ways:

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  • TNT for Roku may show a message asking for the activation code after you have already completed the activation step.
  • TNT for Roku may appear enabled on your computer screen, but it is not reflected on the Roku device.
  • The TNT application never goes beyond the activation screen.


Activation error with TNT usually appears the first time you try to activate the application. Since the app itself does not have a login screen, you must activate it through another device such as a laptop or tablet.

Regardless of how you see the error, there are a few steps you can take to get TNT (or other channels) working on your Roku again.

The original Roku 1 and 2 players are no longer supported by the TNT app, it may cause compatibility issue.

Cause of activation errors in the TNT application

One of the reasons for the activation problem in the TNT application can be the strength of the Wi-Fi. If the signal is too weak, the application will have difficulty in connecting.

Another possible cause is a forgotten or wrong password or cookies stored in your web browser. If you tend to stream to many different apps, you may have too much data accumulated in your cookie cache. It’s always good to clear the cache once in a while if you plan to use a lot of different streaming apps.

The third reason could be the app itself, which may have been corrupted and requires reinstalling and restarting. Since the Roku device only turns off when the USB cable is plugged into the TV instead of the wall, there are times when the device might freeze, just like with any type of computer. If none of the above options work, performing a factory reset is often a good solution.

The DTT app is dependent on an active cable subscription; without it, you cannot stream with the TNT application.

How to fix TNT Roku app not activating

Clear cookies from your browser. This is the most common problem with the TNT activation process. Since you are using a web browser to activate the application, your cookies may need to be cleared.

This process is similar across many different web browsers, including Chrome, Edge, and Firefox.

Reinstall the TNT channel. There are times when the TNT channel is cut. To fix this, try deleting the app from your Roku and then reinstalling the channel for a fresh start.

When you delete a channel from a Roku device, you will lose any input settings you had in that particular app.

Check the strength of the wireless signal. A poor wireless connection can profoundly affect the quality of your streaming session. If the signal strength on your Roku is weak, the device may have trouble connecting to the DTT streaming app.

  • Open the Roku home screen.
  • Click on Settings.
  • Click on Settings > Network.
  • The signal strength will be displayed on the screen as Excellent, Good, Fair or Weak.
  • If the signal strength is average or weak, you can restart the Roku, restart your router and modem, or get a Wi-Fi signal booster.

    Roku devices don’t have a physical power button, so you have to completely unplug the Roku to perform a hard reboot. Unplug it, wait 10 seconds, then plug the power cord back into the electrical outlet.

    Reset your Roku. If all else fails, try resetting your Roku case or key. Factory reset is a last resort, but it can erase many errors that are not solved by the steps above.

    Factory resetting your Roku device will delete any channels you have installed and all of your network data, as well as any personal data or settings. This should be a last resort option and you should ensure that all your usernames and passwords are stored elsewhere before starting the process.

    FAQs

    • What channel is TNT on Roku?

      TNT is not a specific channel on Roku; This is an app that you download to your Roku platform. To watch DTT on Roku, go to the Roku Channel Store and find DTT, then Add a channel. Or press home Select the button on your Roku remote, Streaming Channels Search DTT on the TV screen, watch TNTand select Add a channel.

    • How can I get DTT without cable on Roku?

      Without a cable subscription, you’ll need access to a streaming service that works on Roku to watch DTT with your Roku device. For example, if you have YouTube TV, TNT is an included channel. At around $35 per month, SlingTV includes Hulu With Live TV and TNT as well as AT&T TV.


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    How to Fix It When TNT Won’t Activate on Roku

    Troubleshooting issues with Roku Channels

    There are several causes for TNT to stop working work on your Roku, it, and the problem could present itself in a few different ways:

    TNT for Roku might display a message that asks for the activation code after you’ve already completed the activation step.
    TNT for Roku may show as activated on your computer screen but is not reflective on the Roku device.
    TNT app never makes it past the activation screen.

    The activation error with TNT generally appears when you are trying to activate the app for the first time. Because there isn’t a login screen on the app itself you have to activate it through another device such as a laptop or a tablet.

    Regardless of how you see the error, there are a few steps you can take to try to get TNT (or other channels) working again on your Roku.

    The original Roku 1 and 2 players are no longer supported by the TNT app, this could cause an issue with compatibility.
    Cause of Activation Errors on the TNT App

    One cause of the activation issue with the TNT app could be the Wi-FI strength. If the signal is too weak, the app will have trouble connecting.

    Another possible cause is a forgotten or wrong password, or the cookies stored in your web browser. If you tend to stream on a lot of different apps then your cookie cache could have too much data built up in it. It’s always good to clean the cache out every once in a while if you plan on using a lot of different streaming apps.

    The third cause could be the app itself, which might have become corrupted and needs a reinstallation and reboot. Because the Roku device only powers down if the USB cable is attached to the TV instead of the wall, there are times when the device will get jammed up like any type of computer. Doing a reset is oftentimes a good route to take if none of the above options have worked out.

    The TNT app is reliant on the fact that you have an active cable subscription; without this, you aren’t able to stream with the TNT app.
    How to Fix It When the TNT Roku App Won’t Activate

    Clear your browser cookies. This is the most common problem with the activation process for TNT. Because you are using a web browser to activate the app your cookies might need to be cleared.

    This process is similar across several different web browsers including Chrome, Edge, and Firefox.

    Reinstall the TNT channel. There are times when the TNT channel becomes corrupted. To fix that issue, try deleting the app from your Roku and then reinstalling the channel to get a fresh start. 

    When removing a channel from the Roku device you will lose any login settings you have on that specific app.

    Check the wireless signal strength. A poor wireless connection can deeply impact the quality of your streaming session. If the signal strength on your Roku is poor, the device could have trouble logging into the TNT streaming app.

    Open the Roku home screen.
    Click Settings.
    Click Settings > Network.
    The signal strength will be shown on screen as Excellent, Good, Fair, or Poor.

    If the signal strength is fair or poor you might want to either reboot the Roku, reboot your router and modem, or get a Wi-Fi signal booster.

    Because the Roku devices don’t have a physical power button you’ll need to unplug the Roku completely to perform a hard reboot. Unplug, wait 10 seconds, then plug the power cable back into the power outlet.

    Reset your Roku. If all else fails, try resetting your Roku box or stick. A factory reset is a last resort, but it can clear out many errors which aren’t resolved with the steps above.

    Factory resetting your Roku device will erase all the channels you’ve installed and all your network data, along with any personal data or settings. This should be a last resort option, and you should be sure you have all your usernames and passwords stored elsewhere before you start the process.
    FAQ

    What channel is TNT on Roku?
    TNT isn’t a specific channel on Roku; it’s an app that you download to your Roku platform. To watch TNT on Roku, navigate to the Roku Channel Store and find TNT, then select Add Channel. Or, tap the Home button on your Roku remote, select Streaming Channels on the TV screen, search for TNT, select Watch TNT, and choose Add Channel.

    How do I get TNT on Roku without cable?
    Without a cable subscription, you’ll need to access a streaming service that works on Roku to watch TNT with your Roku device. For example, if you have YouTube TV, TNT is an included channel. SlingTV, which is about $35 per month, also includes TNT, as does Hulu With Live TV and AT&T TV.

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    How to Fix It When TNT Won’t Activate on Roku

    Troubleshooting issues with Roku Channels

    There are several causes for TNT to stop working work on your Roku, it, and the problem could present itself in a few different ways:

    TNT for Roku might display a message that asks for the activation code after you’ve already completed the activation step.
    TNT for Roku may show as activated on your computer screen but is not reflective on the Roku device.
    TNT app never makes it past the activation screen.

    The activation error with TNT generally appears when you are trying to activate the app for the first time. Because there isn’t a login screen on the app itself you have to activate it through another device such as a laptop or a tablet.

    Regardless of how you see the error, there are a few steps you can take to try to get TNT (or other channels) working again on your Roku.

    The original Roku 1 and 2 players are no longer supported by the TNT app, this could cause an issue with compatibility.
    Cause of Activation Errors on the TNT App

    One cause of the activation issue with the TNT app could be the Wi-FI strength. If the signal is too weak, the app will have trouble connecting.

    Another possible cause is a forgotten or wrong password, or the cookies stored in your web browser. If you tend to stream on a lot of different apps then your cookie cache could have too much data built up in it. It’s always good to clean the cache out every once in a while if you plan on using a lot of different streaming apps.

    The third cause could be the app itself, which might have become corrupted and needs a reinstallation and reboot. Because the Roku device only powers down if the USB cable is attached to the TV instead of the wall, there are times when the device will get jammed up like any type of computer. Doing a reset is oftentimes a good route to take if none of the above options have worked out.

    The TNT app is reliant on the fact that you have an active cable subscription; without this, you aren’t able to stream with the TNT app.
    How to Fix It When the TNT Roku App Won’t Activate

    Clear your browser cookies. This is the most common problem with the activation process for TNT. Because you are using a web browser to activate the app your cookies might need to be cleared.

    This process is similar across several different web browsers including Chrome, Edge, and Firefox.

    Reinstall the TNT channel. There are times when the TNT channel becomes corrupted. To fix that issue, try deleting the app from your Roku and then reinstalling the channel to get a fresh start. 

    When removing a channel from the Roku device you will lose any login settings you have on that specific app.

    Check the wireless signal strength. A poor wireless connection can deeply impact the quality of your streaming session. If the signal strength on your Roku is poor, the device could have trouble logging into the TNT streaming app.

    Open the Roku home screen.
    Click Settings.
    Click Settings > Network.
    The signal strength will be shown on screen as Excellent, Good, Fair, or Poor.

    If the signal strength is fair or poor you might want to either reboot the Roku, reboot your router and modem, or get a Wi-Fi signal booster.

    Because the Roku devices don’t have a physical power button you’ll need to unplug the Roku completely to perform a hard reboot. Unplug, wait 10 seconds, then plug the power cable back into the power outlet.

    Reset your Roku. If all else fails, try resetting your Roku box or stick. A factory reset is a last resort, but it can clear out many errors which aren’t resolved with the steps above.

    Factory resetting your Roku device will erase all the channels you’ve installed and all your network data, along with any personal data or settings. This should be a last resort option, and you should be sure you have all your usernames and passwords stored elsewhere before you start the process.
    FAQ

    What channel is TNT on Roku?
    TNT isn’t a specific channel on Roku; it’s an app that you download to your Roku platform. To watch TNT on Roku, navigate to the Roku Channel Store and find TNT, then select Add Channel. Or, tap the Home button on your Roku remote, select Streaming Channels on the TV screen, search for TNT, select Watch TNT, and choose Add Channel.

    How do I get TNT on Roku without cable?
    Without a cable subscription, you’ll need to access a streaming service that works on Roku to watch TNT with your Roku device. For example, if you have YouTube TV, TNT is an included channel. SlingTV, which is about $35 per month, also includes TNT, as does Hulu With Live TV and AT&T TV.

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