Before pursuing to tell you the complete guide on Roku TV set up, first of all, we would like to tell you about Roku. So, Roku is a company that creates a Roku software to make a family of the media-streaming device which run this device.
Now the question of how to connect Roku account setup on your tv device. In the below section, we mentioned some significant steps for you. By reading them, you will understand how you setup Roku TV completely.
How to connect the Roku device to a TV
Roku TV is a smart TV with a built-in TV display, a simple, intuitive interface, watch live TV with bits of help of an antenna, and try to access connected devices like a Blu-ray player or cable set-top box. A simple-to-use remote and the free mobile app let you control your Roku TV and search for movies, shows and more across top streaming services and broadcast TV in your area. The addition of powerful features like Pause Live TC and Smart guide make Roku TV a compelling smart TV experience.
It would help if you unpacked your new Roku Tv before you can start using i. Attach or connect the base which is included to wall mount make connections, and then complete the Guided Setup wizard. This post gives small details of the direct Setup. For more information on unpacking and attaching the base, read the quick start guide that included in Roku TV box of yours. Depth instructions when making connections, completing the Guided Setup, using features, or configuring settings; refer to the Roku Remote Setup or watch the setup video.
Requirements For Roku TV Setup
For enjoying the streaming content, you will need a wireless internet connection and of course, an account on Roku. Here you have to note that there is never a charge to create an account on Roku. If you select the option of not to connect your Roku TV to the network (internet) and try to use it as a traditional TV. Plugged one or more viewing sources, such as an antenna to cable or satellite box, game console.
1] Insert batteries in the remote control
Your Roku remote control comes with a pair of matched cells of the proper size. In remote control open it’s back cover and insert or the batteries in it. And observe the correct polarity, as indicated inside the battery compartment. Reattach the back cover.
2] Turn the TV On
The light below standby indicator of the TV screen should be ON and should indicate that the TV has power (on). And press the button of influence on your control of Roku TV remote. The standby indicator light will go shut (off), and after a sec later, you can watch the screen of TV’s startup.
3] Choose a language For Your Roku Setup
When your Roku TV Set up powers on, the first screen will allow you to choose a style. All text and dialogue within the Roku application will display in the selected language option. Then, you should scroll up and down the list and press the OK button on your Roku TV remote to choose a style.
4] Select The Option Of Home Use
In this, unless you are setting up your Roku TV for use as a store display, select Set up for home use.
5] Connect your Roku TV to your respective Internet network
From the list of available systems, select your wireless network and enter your password. Most of the time, it is the exact network you use to connect your computer or smartphone to the internet. If at first, you do not see your network, select scan again to see all systems. For more assistance, see help for finding your wireless network and password. Are you want to see your password as you type, choose the option of show password. Here we suggest you keep your passwords in your mind as it is sensitive things. Use the button of shift on the on-screen keyboard to enter a capital letter. When You have submitted your password select Connect, your Roku TV will automatically connect to your network and the internet.
6] Download The Software of the Newest Version
Once it connected to the internet, your Roku TV will download the latest version of Roku OS software and then reboot.
7] Create And Activate Your Roku TV Account
To Roku Tv setup activation, it must link to an Account of Roku. Your account of Roku keeps track of which device of Roku you own. It allows you to add free and purchase channels from the Roku Channel Store.
8] Connect your Roku Setup With Tv
At this point, Guided Setup should be on the Let’s connect your devices screen. If you not already done so, connect your devices, such as your cable box, game console, Blu-ray or DVD player, or VCR. In case you are using your Roku TV with a soundbar or home theatre receiver, connect these as well.
Turn on all of your connected devices. Your Roku TV can detect particular kinds of devices, so it prompts you to turn them on before proceeding. When readers select everything is plugged in and turned on, and then follow the simple prompts to complete this step for each input.
Press an OK button. Later, press OK button again to verify that everything is connected and turn it on. Then, Setup guided asks you to assign a name and icon to the device connected to the first input. You can select from menu preselected drop-down or select Set custom name& icon to customize the input name and choose from an icon menu. After a few seconds, the screen also displays a small window showing the program playing on the device connected to the input, if any. Use UP and DOWN arrow buttons to scroll through the list. Then press the OK button to make your selection.
9] Optional – connecting an aerial?
In this step is not part of Guided Setup, and applies only if you are using the input of Live TV.
So, here the steps You’re now ready to start watching your favourite shows, as your Roku TV set up is now ready to install.