After using the Roku for a few months, and installing the channels you like, you’ll likely see a “Channel install failed. Could not add channel. There is not enough space to add the selected channel(s).” error message appear. You may also get an error when trying to launch a channel that says “Failed to launch“. The problem usually occurs when a channel that takes a lot of space is loading such as YouTube. This means your Roku has insufficient storage. Unless you somehow free some space, you will not be able to install new channels. Here are some things you can try to help you fix this issue?
Users of the Apple TV+ channel on Roku devices seem to be experiencing a common error when they try to watch content. They receive an error that says “Video not available. There is a problem loading this video, if this continues check your internet connection.” Here are some troubleshooting steps you can take to try to fix this problem.
If you ever want to cast the screen of your Android device to your Roku TV, Ultra, Premier, 4, 3, or Streaming Stick, just setup screen mirroring using these steps.
My favorite feature of the Roku is the USB port. You can watch video files stored on a USB Drive. How do you watch those files though? Here are the steps: