Why Don’t Some Error Allow To Watch Videos On Roku Streaming Setup?

So, in our this blog, we bring out some of the standard error which doesn’t allow you to watch videos on the Roku streaming setup. Well, in our previous posts, you may now know how to do Roku installation. Thus, in the below, we listed out some of the common issues by which you are not able to watch videos on your Roku setup.  


List Of Common Error In Roku Setup 


Like we said in the above section that here you find some of the most common problems which not let you watch the videos. So, we penned down them in the below along with Roku device setup solution.


Wrong Source Selected on your TV

That is extremely basic and an easy mistake which anyone can make. Most of the TV’s have several video inputs on the back or side of the TV which you used for connecting various devices such as gaming console, a cable box, gaming console, and Roku player. You need to choose the source that matches the one to which you have the  connected. Thus, it would help if you saw which source you have for the Roku player connection. The video connector labelled with the source name such as. AUX, HDMI 1, HDMI 2, VIDEO IN 1, etc.


Roku Streaming Setup

The way you change the data information can be different which based on the model or the TV brand. But it usually accessible from the button on the remote control of the TV. So, you can, check the instructions that came with your 

television, or try the following steps mentioned below:


1. First, look for your button on TV remote control of your that says Input, Source, AUX, Video, TV/Video or something similar to this. Then, press the button depending on your TV as tapping the button may cycle through available inputs. Even, it may display a menu with a choice of information.


2. If it cycles through the data – Then, wait 10 seconds between button presses to allow the TV to detect the video.


3. In case a menu is displayed then, use the arrow buttons on the TV remote to select the right source. And later press the enter or select alternative options. Then wait 10 seconds or a while between each to allow the TV to detect the video.


4. In both of the situation, if no video detected on the input, then the TV will usually show a message that is “No video” or “No signal detected”.


The cable of the video is not connected correctly, or the cable is faulty.


That’s the second common problem you might face so, for fixing this follow the below instructions:


1. Check that the video cable is firmly attached to the back of your Roku player, to the HDMI and composite connector on the TV. Thus, in case you have a Roku Streaming Stick, then make sure it connected to the HDMI connector on your TV.


2. Then try to check if you have a faulty cable by connecting your Roku player with a different cable.


Problem With The Roku Streaming Setup TV


Well, the problem with your Roku device setup TV is also a concern as a common issue. Thus, for correcting this, you need to look the below steps; 


1, First, try to connect the Roku player to a separate source on the TV to see if the problem is with the connector on the TV.


2. Then, try connecting the Roku player to a different television to see if the problem is with your Roku player or the TV.


So, these are some common issues still if in case all else fail then, disconnect and reconnect all cables and wires, including the power cable. And if it seems complicated then, do contact our Roku streaming setup experts as they are happy to help you 24*7. Lastly, circulate our Roku setup blog, with the people who were suffering from the same problem.