How to Watch MeTV on Roku

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If you’re a fan of classic network television, MeTV is the best channel for classic content. You likely live in an area where you can watch MeTV using an antenna. But if you don’t use an antenna, there is a way you can stream MeTV on the Roku as well.

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How to Watch Hallmark Channel on Roku

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Since my family got rid of cable TV, we haven’t had the option of watching one of our favorite live channels, the Hallmark Channel. We would always turn the Hallmark Channel on for something in the background while we played games. Its campy content was great for background noise and isn’t too heavy for the kids to watch.

Fortunately, we found a way to watch without cable TV! In this post, we will show you some options for watching the Hallmark Channel on the Roku.

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How to Enable Volume Leveling on Roku

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How many times have you been sitting in your living room, watching a movie on your Roku, when suddenly a blast of loud audio hits you unexpectedly? You scramble for the remote to turn the volume down so the baby doesn’t wake up.

Loud volume can suddenly blare over your speakers when a commercial comes on, or when just changing channels. To prevent this sudden increase in volume, you can enable volume leveling on your Roku using these steps:

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How to Fix Captions Not Working on Roku

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Captions (or subtitles as some people call it) is a neat feature on the Roku for the hearing impaired or people who just want to watch TV while keeping it quite for the sleeping baby. Roku users may find that the captions feature isn’t working as intended when they try to watch their favorite shows.

In this guide, we’ll cover some troubleshooting steps you can take to fix your Roku or Roku channel when captions aren’t displaying when they should be.

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How to Fix Roku “Can’t run channel… not enough space” Error

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After using the Roku for a few months, and installing the channels you like, you’ll likely see a “Can’t run channel – channel name could not be run because there is not enough space. Please removed one or more of your installed channels and try again.” 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 TV. 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?

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How to Cast & Mirror Windows Screen to Roku

You can use your Roku TV as a display for your Windows computer by mirroring the screen using Miracast. This feature can be used for presentations or simply for watching content from your PC on a bigger screen.

In this post, we’ll cover how to setup your Roku for screen mirroring and how to connect your Windows computer to the Roku.

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