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Good day Amber
After you choose your internet connection type whether wireless or wired depending on your Roku model and then customize the device such as locations, time etc.... the Roku will generate a code on screen that you will then have to go to roku.com/link website and enter the code.

Keep in mind that the Roku generates a different code each time the set up process takes place, so the code you get now if you don't register using that code and turn of the device and try to use that code at a later time it will not work, you would have to go through the entire process all over again for the Roku to generate a new code for you.

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What are the instructions to be followed while activating My Roku device?


In order to activate your Roku streaming player or Roku TV™, it must be linked to a Roku account.
Your Roku account stores which Roku® streaming devices you own and which channels you have installed, as well as your preferences and settings. It's important to have a valid email address associated with your Roku account in order to manage your account and to receive important account notifications. Similarly, you should choose a strong, secure password.
  • Notes:
  • There is NEVER a charge to create a Roku account.
  • Roku does NOT charge for device activation.
Activating your Roku device
  1. Follow the Quick Start Guide that came with your Roku device.

  2. Complete the on-screen instructions to connect your Roku device to the internet.

    • Once connected, your Roku device may download new software.
  3. Your Roku device will then display a link code; e.g. "XD12G"
  4. Make a note of this link code and go to the website roku.com/link on your computer or mobile device.

  5. On the website, enter the link code and click Submit.

  • Important: You must complete ALL of the steps on the website before going back to your Roku device otherwise your Roku device will not be activated.
  1. Follow the instructions on the website to create a Roku account, or login to an existing Roku account.
  2. When creating a new Roku account, you will be asked to provide a payment method. The payment method allows you to purchase subscriptions to popular channels, rent or buy movies and TV shows, or make other purchases from the Roku Channel Store. Adding a payment method does not result in any charges to your account. You will only be charged after going through the additional steps required to make a purchase; e.g. when signing-up for a subscription, renting or buying a movie or TV show, or adding a channel from the Roku Channel Store.

  3. Once you have completed the activation process your Roku device will be ready to

Oct 09, 2018 | Roku Televison & Video

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My code is 7XKU -- can I activate my roku? Thanks


If you haven't done so already, you will first need to create a Roku account at this link: Welcome to your Roku account
Then you can link your Roku device to your Roku account with the on-screen activation code here: Roku Link Device

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