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How to Set Up Your Roku TV, Box, or Streaming Stick

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  • Turn on the TV. choose one Slice. Connect Roku to your network router and choose your preferred network.
  • For Roku Advanced Remote Check settings remotelycreate an account and enter the activation code online.
  • To replace or install the remote control, go to: Settings > Far > Set remote control for TV control.

This article explains how to set up a Roku TV, Box or Streaming stick. The instructions in this article apply to most Roku TVs and devices.

First time preparing to install Roku

You bought a Roku and now you need to run it. Whether you have a Roku box, streaming stick, or TV, the basic process is the same and simple. Below we show you how.

Here are a few things to keep in mind before setting up your new Roku device:

  • Connect the Roku box or streaming stick to your TV via HDMI or turn on the Roku TV.
  • If you have a 4K-capable Roku streaming stick or box, such as the Streaming Stick+, Roku 4, Premiere, Premiere+, or Ultra, connect the stick or box to an HDCP 2.2-compliant HDMI port. The entry must have a label. This is especially important for compatibility with HDR encoded content.
  • Whether you have a 4K-enabled stick, box, or Roku TV, make sure you have access to internet speeds that support 4K.
  • If you have a Roku 1 or Express Plus, you have the option of connecting a Roku box to the TV using composite video and analog audio connections. However, this should only be used for analog TVs.
  • Insert the batteries into your remote and plug in the TV, stick, or Roku box with the supplied power adapter or cable.

Roku streaming sticks offer the option of using USB power. However, if your TV does not have a USB port, use the AC adapter. Even if your TV has a USB port, it’s usually best to use the AC adapter.

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What is Roku and how does it work?

How to Install Roku

Once you’ve completed your initial preparation, follow these steps to get your Roku device up and running:

Turn on your Roku TV or the TV your Roku stick or streaming box is connected to. The first thing you see is the Roku landing page with an animated logo.

Roku

Select the language used for the Roku on-screen menu system. For Roku TVs, you may also need to select your country of residence.

Roku Setup — Language

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Your country determines the features and services available in your region, such as region-specific streaming apps.

Connect the Roku TV, stick or box to your network router to access the Internet. Roku streaming sticks only use Wi-Fi, while Roku boxes and TVs offer both Wi-Fi and Ethernet connectivity options. If you are using Wi-Fi, the Roku device searches for all available networks. Choose your preferred network and enter your Wi-Fi password.

Roku Wi-Fi Scan

Roku

When your network connection is established, you may see a message that a software/firmware update is available. If so, let Roku go through the update process.

If you are using HDMI, the Roku device will automatically detect the TV’s resolution capability and aspect ratio and adjust the Roku device’s video output signal accordingly. You can change this later if you wish.

Roku Auto Display Type Setup

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This step is not included with Roku TVs because the screen type is predetermined.

Your Roku remote should work automatically because you need to follow the steps described so far. If it requires pairing, you will see a notification and instructions on the TV screen.

Roku Setup - Remote Pairing

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If the Roku Advanced Remote is included with some devices, Check settings remotely appears and automatically adjusts the remote to control the TV’s power and volume.

To activate or change it later Settings > Far > Create Remote control for TV control.

Create an account by going to the Roku registration page. Create a username, enter a password, provide address information, and provide a payment method.

Roku devices are free to use. However, payment information is requested to facilitate payments to rent content, make purchases, or pay additional subscription fees through your Roku device.

When you create a Roku account, further instructions appear on the TV screen, including an activation code. Using a PC, laptop, tablet or smartphone, go to Roku.com/Link and enter the code number.

Access to the Roku activation code and login procedure

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You will see a message on the TV screen indicating that your Roku device is activated.

Roku installation complete

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The Roku main menu appears and gives you access to device operation and channel/app selection. If the main menu does not appear, right arrow on the right everything is fine Message.

Additional steps for Roku TVs

Roku TVs have additional required and optional setup procedures before they can be used in a home theater setup. Here’s what you need to do:

Sample Hisense Roku TV home screen

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  • Choose home use: If you are not setting up your Roku TV to use as a store display, Set for home use. This sets the default video settings to a typical home lighting environment. The store display setting maximizes the TV’s light output, color and contrast settings to suit brightly lit store environments.
  • Connect your devices: You can connect the devices to your TV at any time or do them all during the initial setup. Examples of input devices include a cable/satellite box, Blu-ray/DVD player, VCR, or game console. External audio devices include a soundbar or home theater receiver.
  • Turn on your connected devices: Roku TV can detect some devices and prompt you to turn them on before continuing. When you are ready, choose Everything is plugged in and turned on and follow any additional prompts.
  • Assign input names: You can assign a name and an icon to each device connected to the input. To do this, choose from a pre-selected drop-down menu or Define a custom name To customize the name of the input and select an icon from an available selection The screen also displays a window showing the program currently playing on the device connected to the input. Utilize up arrow and down arrow Press the buttons on the remote control to scroll through the list, then OKAY Press the button to make your selection.

Upon completion of the above steps, your TV may play a welcome or promotional video. If you don’t want to watch, press the key. home button.

Options for the Roku TV

  • (Optional) Connect an antenna: If you receive the non-streaming part of your TV program without a box via an antenna or free cable channels, Antenna TV The icon on the Roku TV home screen. The TV prompts you to scan for available channels that you can watch.

How to Fix When Roku TV Can’t Find Antenna Channels

Although all Roku devices share common setup and activation features, most players may have additional settings that can fine-tune your Roku user experience.

Once your Roku streaming TV, stick or box is set up, you can explore all the streaming content provided by Roku.

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What to Know
Turn on the TV. Select a Language. Connect the Roku to your network router and choose your preferred network.
For the Roku Enhanced remote, select Check Remote Settings, create an account, and enter the activation code online.
To change or set up the remote, go to Settings > Remote > Set up Remote for TV Control.

This article explains how to set up a Roku TV, Box, or Streaming stick. Instructions in this article apply to most Roku TV’s and devices.

Initial Roku Setup Preparation

You purchased a Roku, and now you have to get it up and running. Whether you have a Roku box, streaming stick, or TV, the basic process is the same, and it’s easy. We show you how to do it below.

Here are some things you need to keep in mind before setting up your new Roku device:

Connect the Roku box or streaming stick to your TV using HDMI, or turn on the Roku TV.
If you have a 4K-enabled Roku streaming stick or box, such as a Streaming Stick+, Roku 4, Premiere, Premiere+, or Ultra, connect the stick or box to an HDMI port that’s HDCP 2.2 compatible. There should be a label on the input. This is especially important for compatibility with HDR-encoded content.
Whether you have a 4K-enabled Roku stick, box, or TV, make sure you have access to internet speeds that support 4K.
If you have a Roku 1 or Express Plus, you have the option of connecting a Roku box to a TV using composite video and analog audio connections. However, this should only be used for analog TVs.
Put batteries in your remote control and plug the Roku TV, stick, or box into power with the provided power adapter or cord.
Roku streaming sticks provide the option to use USB power. However, if your TV doesn’t have a USB port, use the power adapter. Even if your TV has a USB port, it’s typically better to use the power adapter.
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What Is Roku And How Does It Work?
How to Set up Roku

Once your initial prep is done, follow these steps to get your Roku device up and running:

Turn on your Roku TV or the TV your Roku streaming stick or box is connected to. The first thing you see is the Roku power-up page, featuring an animated logo.

Roku
Select the language used for the onscreen Roku menu system. For Roku TVs, you may also have to select the country you’re in.

RokuYour country determines which features and services are available in your location, such as region-specific streaming apps.

Connect the Roku TV, stick, or box to your network router for internet access. Roku streaming sticks use Wi-Fi only, while Roku boxes and TVs provide both Wi-Fi and Ethernet connectivity options. If using Wi-Fi, the Roku device searches all available networks. Choose your preferred network and enter your Wi-Fi password.

Roku
Once your network connection is established, you may see a message that a software/firmware update is available. If so, allow Roku to go through the update process.

If using HDMI, the Roku device automatically detects the resolution capability and aspect ratio of the TV and sets the video output signal of the Roku device accordingly. You can change this later if you wish.

RokuThis step is not included in Roku TVs, as the display type is pre-determined.

Your Roku remote should work automatically, as you need it to perform the steps outlined so far. If it does require pairing, you’ll see a notification and instructions on the TV screen.

Roku
If you have the Roku Enhanced Remote that’s provided with select devices, the Check Remote Settings option appears and automatically sets up the remote to control the power and volume of the TV.

To activate or change this later, go to Settings > Remote > Set up Remote for TV Control.

Create an account by going to the Roku signup page. Create a username, enter a password, provide address information, and provide a payment method.

There’s no charge for using Roku devices. Still, payment information is requested to make it convenient to make content rental payments, make purchases, or pay additional subscription fees through your Roku device.

Once you create a Roku account, further instructions display on the TV screen, including an activation code. Go to Roku.com/Link using a PC, laptop, tablet, or smartphone and enter the code number.

Roku
You will see a message on the TV screen that your Roku device has been activated.

Roku
The Roku Home menu appears and enables you to access the device operation and channels/apps selection. If the Home menu does not appear, click the right arrow to the right of the All done message.

Additional Steps For Roku TVs

Roku TVs have some additional required and optional setup procedures before they can be used in a home theater setup. Here’s what you need to do:

HisenseSelect Home Use: Unless you’re setting up your Roku TV for use as a store display, select Set up for home use. This sets the default video settings to the typical lighting environment in a home. The store display setting maximizes the TV’s light output, color, and contrast settings to be suitable for brightly lit store environments.
Connect Your Devices: You can connect devices to your TV at any time, or you can do it all during the initial setup. Examples of input devices include a cable/satellite box, Blu-ray/DVD player, VCR, or game console. External audio devices include a soundbar or home theater receiver.
Turn On Your Connected Devices: The Roku TV can detect some devices and prompts you to turn on those devices before proceeding. When you’re ready, select Everything is Plugged In and Turned On and follow any additional prompts.
Assign Input Names: You can assign a name and icon to the device connected to each input. To do this, choose from a pre-selected drop-down menu or select Set Custom Name to customize the input name and choose an icon from an available selection. The screen also displays a window showing the program playing on the device connected to the input. Use the up arrow and down arrow buttons on the remote to scroll through the list, then press the OK button to make your selection.
At the conclusion of the above steps, your TV might play a welcome or demo video. If you don’t want to watch it, press the Home button.
Options for Roku TV
(Optional) Connect an Antenna: If you receive the non-streaming portion of your TV programming via antenna or non-scrambled cable channels without a box, select the Antenna TV icon on the Roku TV Home screen. The TV prompts you to scan for available channels you can view.
How to Fix It When Roku TV Is Not Finding Antenna Channels
Although all Roku devices share common setup and activation features, additional settings may be available on most players that can fine-tune your Roku user experience.

Once your Roku streaming TV, stick, or box is set up, you can explore all the streaming content that Roku provides.

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How to Set Up Your Roku TV, Box, or Streaming Stick

Get Roku up and running in no time

What to Know
Turn on the TV. Select a Language. Connect the Roku to your network router and choose your preferred network.
For the Roku Enhanced remote, select Check Remote Settings, create an account, and enter the activation code online.
To change or set up the remote, go to Settings > Remote > Set up Remote for TV Control.

This article explains how to set up a Roku TV, Box, or Streaming stick. Instructions in this article apply to most Roku TV’s and devices.

Initial Roku Setup Preparation

You purchased a Roku, and now you have to get it up and running. Whether you have a Roku box, streaming stick, or TV, the basic process is the same, and it’s easy. We show you how to do it below.

Here are some things you need to keep in mind before setting up your new Roku device:

Connect the Roku box or streaming stick to your TV using HDMI, or turn on the Roku TV.
If you have a 4K-enabled Roku streaming stick or box, such as a Streaming Stick+, Roku 4, Premiere, Premiere+, or Ultra, connect the stick or box to an HDMI port that’s HDCP 2.2 compatible. There should be a label on the input. This is especially important for compatibility with HDR-encoded content.
Whether you have a 4K-enabled Roku stick, box, or TV, make sure you have access to internet speeds that support 4K.
If you have a Roku 1 or Express Plus, you have the option of connecting a Roku box to a TV using composite video and analog audio connections. However, this should only be used for analog TVs.
Put batteries in your remote control and plug the Roku TV, stick, or box into power with the provided power adapter or cord.
Roku streaming sticks provide the option to use USB power. However, if your TV doesn’t have a USB port, use the power adapter. Even if your TV has a USB port, it’s typically better to use the power adapter.
1:39

What Is Roku And How Does It Work?
How to Set up Roku

Once your initial prep is done, follow these steps to get your Roku device up and running:

Turn on your Roku TV or the TV your Roku streaming stick or box is connected to. The first thing you see is the Roku power-up page, featuring an animated logo.

Roku
Select the language used for the onscreen Roku menu system. For Roku TVs, you may also have to select the country you’re in.

RokuYour country determines which features and services are available in your location, such as region-specific streaming apps.

Connect the Roku TV, stick, or box to your network router for internet access. Roku streaming sticks use Wi-Fi only, while Roku boxes and TVs provide both Wi-Fi and Ethernet connectivity options. If using Wi-Fi, the Roku device searches all available networks. Choose your preferred network and enter your Wi-Fi password.

Roku
Once your network connection is established, you may see a message that a software/firmware update is available. If so, allow Roku to go through the update process.

If using HDMI, the Roku device automatically detects the resolution capability and aspect ratio of the TV and sets the video output signal of the Roku device accordingly. You can change this later if you wish.

RokuThis step is not included in Roku TVs, as the display type is pre-determined.

Your Roku remote should work automatically, as you need it to perform the steps outlined so far. If it does require pairing, you’ll see a notification and instructions on the TV screen.

Roku
If you have the Roku Enhanced Remote that’s provided with select devices, the Check Remote Settings option appears and automatically sets up the remote to control the power and volume of the TV.

To activate or change this later, go to Settings > Remote > Set up Remote for TV Control.

Create an account by going to the Roku signup page. Create a username, enter a password, provide address information, and provide a payment method.

There’s no charge for using Roku devices. Still, payment information is requested to make it convenient to make content rental payments, make purchases, or pay additional subscription fees through your Roku device.

Once you create a Roku account, further instructions display on the TV screen, including an activation code. Go to Roku.com/Link using a PC, laptop, tablet, or smartphone and enter the code number.

Roku
You will see a message on the TV screen that your Roku device has been activated.

Roku
The Roku Home menu appears and enables you to access the device operation and channels/apps selection. If the Home menu does not appear, click the right arrow to the right of the All done message.

Additional Steps For Roku TVs

Roku TVs have some additional required and optional setup procedures before they can be used in a home theater setup. Here’s what you need to do:

HisenseSelect Home Use: Unless you’re setting up your Roku TV for use as a store display, select Set up for home use. This sets the default video settings to the typical lighting environment in a home. The store display setting maximizes the TV’s light output, color, and contrast settings to be suitable for brightly lit store environments.
Connect Your Devices: You can connect devices to your TV at any time, or you can do it all during the initial setup. Examples of input devices include a cable/satellite box, Blu-ray/DVD player, VCR, or game console. External audio devices include a soundbar or home theater receiver.
Turn On Your Connected Devices: The Roku TV can detect some devices and prompts you to turn on those devices before proceeding. When you’re ready, select Everything is Plugged In and Turned On and follow any additional prompts.
Assign Input Names: You can assign a name and icon to the device connected to each input. To do this, choose from a pre-selected drop-down menu or select Set Custom Name to customize the input name and choose an icon from an available selection. The screen also displays a window showing the program playing on the device connected to the input. Use the up arrow and down arrow buttons on the remote to scroll through the list, then press the OK button to make your selection.
At the conclusion of the above steps, your TV might play a welcome or demo video. If you don’t want to watch it, press the Home button.
Options for Roku TV
(Optional) Connect an Antenna: If you receive the non-streaming portion of your TV programming via antenna or non-scrambled cable channels without a box, select the Antenna TV icon on the Roku TV Home screen. The TV prompts you to scan for available channels you can view.
How to Fix It When Roku TV Is Not Finding Antenna Channels
Although all Roku devices share common setup and activation features, additional settings may be available on most players that can fine-tune your Roku user experience.

Once your Roku streaming TV, stick, or box is set up, you can explore all the streaming content that Roku provides.

How to Fix It When Roku TV Sound Is Not Working
How to Turn Off the Narrator on a Roku

#Set #Roku #Box #Streaming #Stick


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