I have one Roku box, and family members in different rooms who like to enjoy the same movie at the same time. How can I use one Roku box with different screens? Here are a couple of solutions you can use in your home or office.
While kicking back and trying to enjoy some tube, I was prompted with this message on my Fire TV that said “We can’t detect your remote”. Unfortunately, my genuine Amazon remote was lost and I was using a universal remote with my Fire TV. Nothing I on my remote tried would let me bypass this message. How, oh how do I bypass this message?
There may come a time when you need to find out what the IP address to your Roku device is. There are several ways you can locate this information. We’ll show you the quickest ways to access this information.
Free some space and get rid of channels you don’t use by removing them from your Roku device. We show you how to uninstall channels or apps with these steps.
Breathe new life into that old Analog CRT TV by connecting a Roku to it. But what if you have a TV that’s without an HDMI port? How can you connect a Roku to it? Here are two solutions you can use.
By now, you probably have a handful of streaming services you subscribe to. My family has Netflix, Hulu, and Amazon Prime. What do you do when you want to search across all of these services for a single movie or show?
Much of my time has been wasted trying to figure out how to change Amazon Prime Video 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.
When setting up your Roku Box or Roku Stick, the remote control will have to sync before you use it. This post will show you how to sync the remote control.