Roku is a producer of Internet-based set-top boxes that lets you watch Web videos from YouTube or Netflix, on your television. The latest version of the Roku box includes Wi-Fi. This allows users to access internet video through their home’s wireless network. 

The setup is relatively easy. You’ll need access to a full computer and the password for your wireless network.

  1. Place the Roku box on your TV and plug it into a socket. Connect the box to your TV with the AV or HDMI cable that came with it. Insert the batteries into the Roku remote.
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  1. Turn on the Roku and the TV. Press the “Input” or “Source” button on the TV remote until the Roku menu appears. Follow the instructions until the wireless setup screen appears. Use the remote to select your network and put your Wi-Fi network‘s password. Then press “Next.”
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Source: WikiHow
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Source: WikiHow
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  1. Turn on your computer and log in. Open your Internet browser and type “roku.com/” in the address bar. Press “Enter.”
  2. Set up a Roku account if you don’t have one. Enter the activation code that appears on your TV screen to finish the setup process.