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:
The Roku has amazed me with many of its features. It seemed only natural that I’d be able to connect a keyboard to its USB port and use it to navigate and type. That doesn’t work though. Nor is there a Bluetooth keyboard solution available. It’s the one missing feature that would make the Roku absolutely perfect. Typing using the standard remote control is sometimes aggravating. Fortunately, There are a few handy alternatives for people who absolutely must use a keyboard with their Roku.
This weekend I sat down to watch a movie on the Roku box. When I attempted to purchase and watch the movie on Amazon Instant, it threw an error on the screen that said “HDCP Error Detected“. I have seen this type of error before, but that time it was a blue and white error screen that said “HDCP unauthorised. Content disabled” and took up the entire screen. They are both caused by the same issue.
If you ever want to cast the screen of your Android device to your TV, you can do it via the Roku TV, Ultra, Premier, 4, 3, or Streaming Stick using these steps.
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.
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.