How do I get my Roku to work?
Roku plugs into your TV using an HDMI cable connected from your TV to the Roku device.
Roku connects to the internet via a wired or wireless connection to your home network.
Roku works by downloading video from the Internet, you then watch on your TV.
How do you connect Roku stick to TV?
Plug the Roku into your TV’s HDMI port.
- Roku Player — Plug one end of the HDMI cable into the back of the Roku Player’s box, then plug the other end into the HDMI port on the back or side of your TV.
- Roku Stick — Plug the HDMI connector on the end of your Roku Stick into the HDMI port on the back or side of your TV.
How much does Roku cost per month?
Roku streaming players start at just $29.99, and Roku TVs are available from a variety of TV manufacturers at affordable prices. There are no monthly fees for watching free channels or for using a Roku device.
Why is my Roku stick not working?
Remove the power supply from the Roku box/stick (or go to Settings > System > System Restart > Restart if you have an IR Roku remote that’s still working). Wait 10 seconds and then reconnect your Roku box to the power. Wait for the Home screen to load. Reinsert the batteries into your Roku remote.