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SOURCE: Unable to connect to roku please try again later.. is the message on the tv screen

I would disconnect the power going to the Roku Stick, wait at least a minute or so, reconnect the stick to the power supply. If this does not work contract customer support at this link: Contact Support

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I want to install my new Roku.


Basic and Easy Steps for Roku Installation:
Roku brings you to enter the entertainment world with the simple and easy steps. Before doing anything on your Roku, first, you need to set the Roku to your TV. Follow the given steps one by one for setting up the Roku.

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Step 1: Unpack your new Roku from the box.
Step 2: connect the Roku to your TV through the HDMI cable.
Step 3: power on both TV and Roku player.
Step 4: After turned on, the first screen will be the language settings.
Step 5: Here, Select the language from the list. Connect the Roku to your Network:
In this step, you can connect your Roku through the wired or wireless connection. If you're using wired connection means, connect the Roku with LAN or telephone wires.
In Wireless connection, follow the given steps.
Step 6: Go to the Roku Settings and select the "wireless" option.
Step 7: Select "Set up new wireless connection" and select your network from the list.
Step 8: Enter your network password, if required.

Set the display type:

The Roku will automatically set the display resolution or else you can also set your resolution.
Step 9: Select "Set display type" option and press "ok".
Step 10: After that, the screen will go blank for a few seconds.
Step 11: Enter the Roku code link that shows on your TV screen in Roku account creation site.
Step 12: Fill out your information for completing account creation.
Step 13: Now your Roku gets activated and add your favorite channels to your account.

If you need any information about Roku Activation Code, call us at 1-844-965-4357.

Oct 07, 2016 | Roku Streaming Stick

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Setting up with code


You can use Roku Streaming stick to any of the television with HDMI port connection. You can directly connect the Roku Streaming stick to TV HDMI port. In case, your Tv doesn't have the HDMI connection then use HDMI extender cable.

Follow the given steps for setting up the Roku Streaming Stick,

1. Once you connected the Roku streaming stick to your Tv, the first screen will be "Language setting". 2. Scroll down or up to select your preferrence language.
3. Go to settings and select your internet connection name from the list of network.
4. Then enter the network name and password.
Note: Connect the Roku device, TV and smartphone in same network.
5. Once you connected the internet, your streaming stick will automatically download the latest version of software.
6. Create a Roku account by entering Roku code link that displayed on your TV.
Once the above steps are completed, you Roku streaming stick will ready to use. For more information call us at 1-844-965-4357 or visit Roku Activation Code.

Jul 28, 2016 | Roku Streaming Stick

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Just hooked up the streaming stick to HDMI to the TV. nothing is showing up, What do I do now?


Sounds like you have a bad connection on either your roku stick or your HDMI PORT.Does you ROKU stick show a white light if not check power cable or electrical plug.
Try wiggling ROKU stick just a hair or push it in and out until you get a signal..A purple screen with the words ROKU should show up on TV.If you have a bad port on TV it would have to be replaced but this is rare,if you have a second port on tv try that.Have you tried your ROKU stick on another tv?Does your streaming stick go in vertically or horizontally,if it goes in vertically it may be pressing against side of tv prohibiting a good connection.You could try a HDMI cable, plug the HDMI cable into tv and put ROKU in other side of cable.There is also a restart button on ROKU stick push it and it will start blinking,if it doesn't light up you may have a defective ROKU stick.

Feb 25, 2016 | Roku Streaming Stick HDMI Version

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CONNECT ROKU PLAYER TO sIMPLE TV?


You need to log in to your account at www.roku.com
Select add a channel.
Enter your code from simple tv.
Roku support page How do add or purchase channel

Jan 22, 2015 | Roku Televison & Video

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How can I enter password in roku 3 I don't know how it connect and not work


I have created this document that will step you through the setup and also enter your password for your network. Hope this helps you.

Follow these steps to setup your Roku player 1. Connect to your TV
  • Use a HDMI cable. Connect one end to the HDMI port of the Roku player, and the other end to an available HDMI input on your TV.
  • Make note of the TV input used.
2. Power up key components
  • Open the battery compartment and carefully insert the provided batteries into the slots, following the correct battery orientation.
  • Power up the Roku player by connecting the provided power adapter to the Roku player and to an available wall outlet.
  • Turn on your TV and select the correct TV input.
3. Connect to your network
  • If you are using a wireless network, select "Wireless" as your network connection:
  • Select your network from the list of available networks.
  • Enter your wireless network password when prompted. (Note: passwords are case-sensitive)
  • If you are using an Ethernet wired connection, select "Wired (Ethernet)" as your network connection.
4. Complete guided setup
  • Get the latest software
  • Your Roku player will let you know if there is a software update available, and will restart after the update
    is complete.
  • Link your Roku player from any Internet browser
  • A link code should be displayed on the TV screen after restart
  • Using an Internet browser, follow the instructions to link your Roku player to a new or an existing Roku account.
Help for common setup mistakes and solutions
Symptom
Possible causes
Try these!
I don't see any picture on the TV
TV is OFF
Cable loose
Roku is OFF
Wrong TV input
Ensure TV is ON (it's more common than you think)
Check all connectors are snugly in place
Check power adapter is snugly connected, and wall outlet is working
Select the correct TV input
I can not connect to wireless network
Weak wireless signal
Wrong wireless name
Wrong wireless password Wireless name hidden
Move Roku player location (even a few inches may help)
Ensure correct network name selected
Ensure correct password entered
SSID can be hidden, use "Add Network" from wireless network screen
My remote does not work
Not in line of site
Batteries weak
Get closer and ensure there are no obstacles between your remote and the Roku player
Try a fresh set of batteries
Resolving wireless connectivity
If your Roku player isn't connecting to your wireless network, try the following:
Description
Do this
Tips
Repeat guided setup • •

Go to Settings>Network>Wireless•
If "Update connection" is available, select it to refresh your connection

If not, just select your wireless network from the list, enter your wireless password when prompted
If you were previously and just lost connection, you may not need to enter your password again
Passwords are case-sensitive
Restart the Roku player and • your wireless network
• • •



Unplug the power connector from • the back of the Roku player
Unplug the power connector from the back of your wireless router
Unplug the power connector from the back of your modem
Plug the power connector back into modem (wait a couple of minutes for it to fully boot)
Plug the power connector back into the wireless router (wait a couple of minutes for it to fully boot)
Plug the power connector back into your Roku player, and wait for the image on your TV
Follow repeat guided instructions above
Your wireless router and modem may be combined as one device
Factory reset the Roku player

From the Roku home screen, sele•ct Settings>Factory reset and follow the instructions
Note: You can also reset the Roku• player using the reset button. Find the reset button on your Roku player, press and hold for 15-20 seconds ( the front LED will rapidly blink a few times)
Factory reset should be used as the last resort, if all other steps failed to recover functionality
After a reset, you will need to relink your Roku player to your Roku account, and setup subscribed channels with username and password, if applicable

If you forgot your password, you can recover it here at this URL:
Forgot Password

A new password will be sent to the email account listed in your account. If you do not see the email, be sure to check your spam filter.

Sep 12, 2014 | Computers & Internet

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My tv's audio function not working after using Roku. Tried several other input sources and unhooked roku. Still not working and popping sound coming fron tv speakers. What should I try.


I have a roku and a WD live and have not see this issue. How are you connecting the roku to the TV? What is the brand of TV. Can you reset the TV back to factory default via the TV's onscreen menu?
Also, how are you connecting the "other input sources" to the TV?

Mar 08, 2014 | Televison & Video

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WE JUST BOUGHT ROKU , HOOKED IT UP , CAN'T GET ANYTHING ELSE TO COME UP


Hi,

You must match the TV's input connections and the Roku output on your remote. This means if the Roku's output is connected to your TV's "HDMI 2" (or A/V 2, etc.), you must be able to select HDMI 2 (or A/V 2, etc) on the TV - either with your remote or pressing a button on the TV itself.

Sometimes, the TV will skip over unused inputs when it was first set up. This is done to reduce the number of button presses to go from say "HDMI 1" to "HDMI 4" by programming OUT the HDMI 2 & HDMI 3 choices.

You'll need to program IN the input that your TV uses to connect the Roku if it isn't already available. You MUST connect cables properly if not using HDMI. RGB is Red-Green-Blue and must be connected to RGB jacks at the Roku and TV for a picture and the the White & Red (left and right) audio must connect the the corresponding Red / White audio jacks - or it will provide strange results.

Make sure the power plug is connected to an outlet that is ON and connected to the power jack on the Roku box itself. Unless you have a defective Roku box or TV, it SHOULD work. You can try using a different HDMI or A/V jacks on the TV to determine if it is the TV jacks or not.

Good luck!

Sep 10, 2013 | Televison & Video

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I AM TRYING TO INSTALL ROKU FROM MY PC TO A TV IN ANOTHER ROOM. I HAVE DONE EVERYTHING EXCEPT GET THE CODE IN THE ROKU ACCT. BUT CANNOT GET ROKU TO ACCEPT IT.


I need some info first.
1) Are you connecting by wireless connection to your roku device?
2) are you trying to input the roku code on their website, or are you trying to connect to a wireless access point with your device?

Oct 06, 2011 | Roku XD Streaming Player 1080P Wireless-N...

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I have a Roku, which allows me to transfer Netflix films to my TV. Since we no longer have a WiFi it must be attached by wire. I have a Linksys Cisco router. Can yo give me directions on installing both...


Okay, the router "if needed" first. Do you need a router? A router is used mainly to connect multiple devices to one internet connection. The Roku is one, if you have computer(s) also, then yes you need a router. Is the Linksys router wireless?
From the wall the coaxial cable TV/internet cable goes into the cable modem and another coaxial to the Cable box. Wire to the TV as desired. From the cable modem to the router use a RJ 45 cable into the WAN/Internet port. Now use another RJ 45 cable to the Roku and RJ 45's to the other ports marked 1 to 4 as needed for computers. If the Linksys router is wireless you can set up everything wirelessly.
Instructions for setting up the Roku is at the link below.
http://support.roku.com/entries/244199-how-do-i-set-up-my-roku-player
Good luck,
Cullen

May 19, 2011 | Linksys Computers & Internet

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