Watching a virtual reality video is easier now more than ever. You can just use your Android device along with Google’s “Cardboard” technology and you’re ready to be immersed into a VR world. Here’s how to get started.
So you want to bring your Roku along so you can sit back in that nice hotel bed and stream some shows. The only problem is, most connections to a Wi-Fi network will not work without logging the computer in or accepting a license via a web page. How can you do this with a Roku? Give these steps a try.
If you are using Google Chrome to watch a show on Netflix and receive error that says “Whoops,. something went wrong… Missing Component. Error code M7357-1003“, give these steps a try to fix the issue.
Not all of us have upgraded to an HDTV. Some of us are still getting some value from their old Analog CRT televisions. I’ve seen many still in use in schools and corporate offices. With the right equipment, you can still use many modern devices with an analog CRT including Chromecast. If you wish to get Chromecast up and running with a non-HD television, here’s how it’s done.
Back in January, I wrote about how the Roku streaming video player can make older analog TVs useful. I have a 17″ Sony in my bedroom that can display a 480i picture, and that’s fine enough for me. Since the Roku 1 can connect to older analog CRT TV sets, I currently run a Roku 1 on that TV and enjoy it immensely.
Now the Roku 3 and 4 has been released with support for connections via HDMI only. If you were planning on using the Roku 3 with an analog TV, this news is a bummer. You still have an option though. With these steps, you can connect the Roku 4 or 3 to an analog TV.
Apple TV users may sometimes see an error displayed that says “An error occurred loading this content” when trying to use Netflix Instant. This is a common error. We’ll help you solve it.
This weekend I sat down to watch “Argo” using the Amazon app on the Roku 3. When I attempted to purchase and watch the movie on Amazon Instant, it threw an error on the screen. I could still hear the audio, but the blue and white error that said “HDCP unauthorised. Content disabled” error took up the entire screen.
So you want to learn how to watch cable TV on your computer? There are many benefits to getting cable connected to your computer. The biggest one is the ability to use programs like Windows Media Center to record and watch shows. Such a setup can also allow more space for recording programming and the ability to watch shows in different rooms on a plethora of devices. If you need to know where to begin on setting up a Cable TV/computer setup, this is your guide.
So you want to learn about how to connect a PC to your TV? Doing so allows you enjoy way more content on a bigger screen. Browse the web on your TV. Use Windows Media Center to record and watch TV. Watch the “web only” stuff on Hulu Plus. Don’t know where to start? This is the guide.
Much of my time has been wasted trying to figure out how to change Amazon accounts from the Roku app. So I thought I’d write this post up to save others the trip. It would be wonderful to add multiple accounts, but the app only allows you to use one account at a time. If you want to switch accounts, the only way is to unregister the device. Here’s how.