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How do I set up Wi-Fi?

I need to set up Roku with Wi-Fi on my Visio or Samsung TV. I have the Visio TV in another room a few rooms from the router.

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First, you will need you network password, if password protected. Next, connect your Roku device to the television nearest your router.
Start your Roku device, and wait for the Roku main-screen to appear. Then scroll down to "Settings" and hit "OK" on your Roku remote. Next scroll to "Network" and hit "OK' on your remote, then choose wireless, or wired. If you using an Ethernet cable to connect your Roku, you won't need a network password. If your trying to make a wireless connection, this wireless choice is where you'll need your network password.

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