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Manual Guide On: How To Cancel Roku Subscription?

Manual Guide On: How To Cancel Roku Subscription?

Tired of too much drama? Well, “BINGE-WATCHING” is the new addiction of the 21st century, and the 24×7 availability of subscriptions has just made it very easy for us to shrink our world to a couch. So, if you had enough of missing back-to-back deadlines at work because you cannot stop watching or thinking about your leading lady in your recent favorite series. And want some work to get done around your house or just get a quick shower with some lit candles. We can feel you. Now, let’s get to work. You are here to delete your Roku Subscription. So, let’s do that. How to cancel a subscription billed to your Roku account via using your Roku streaming player or Roku TV? Step 1: Pick up your Roku remote and press the “HOME” button. Step 2: With the help of the directional buttons on your Roku remote, navigate your ways through channel grids to highlight the Roku Channel or Partner Subscription Channel. Step 3: Now press the Star-marked (*) button on your Roku remote to open up the “Options menu” for the desired channel. Step 4: From the options menu select the, “Manage Subscription”.  a.For Partner Subscription Channel, under the Manage subscription, you will be able to find the renewal date and additional access option. b.For The Roku Channel, under the Manage Subscription, you will be able to find a list of all Premium Subscriptions on The Roku Channel. You need to select the individual partner subscription to view the renewal date and access additional options. Step 5: Here, to unsubscribe the subscription of any given channel you need to select “Cancel subscription”.  A message will also appear on your screen with all the details related to how long you can access the content. Step 6: Now the last remaining step is just to select Done, and the subscription will be canceled. How to cancel a subscription billed to your Roku account, using the Roku website? Step 1: Access my.roku.com via your computer or smartphone. Step 2: Log in to your Roku account. Step 3: Now navigate to, “Manage Account” section, here you will find, “Manage Your Subscription”, click on it. Step 4: After clicking on the, “Manage Your Subscriptions”, a list of all the subscriptions will appear in front of you with an option to “Cancel Subscription”. Step 5: To cancel any subscription, you are required to just select the provided option, “Cancel Subscription”.
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How to Activate Roku Box

How to Activate Roku Box

Roku boxes are one of the best streaming services. Using them, you can convert your standard TV into a smart TV. You can use the box to view movies offered by Netflix, and other live streaming services. Follow the steps below to activate your Roku box: Activating Roku Box Firstly, follow the manual attached with your Roku box and connect it to your television.Turn on your TV, and change it to the input channel for your Roku box. Once you see the Roku box’s welcome screen, press the “Select” button on your Roku box’s remote control. Open the network screen. Select the type of network connection you have (wired or wireless). Provide basic information related to your network. After successfully establishing the network connection, you’ll see a code on the activation screen. Visit the Netflix activation website on your computer (www.netflix.com/activate). Log in to your account if you haven’t already done so. Enter the activation code present on your television screen into the text box on the activation page. The Roku box will now be activated.
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How to set up Roku Wireless

How to set up Roku Wireless

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. 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. Source: WikiHow 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.” Source: WikiHow Source: WikiHow Source: WikiHow Source: WikiHow Source: WikiHow Turn on your computer and log in. Open your Internet browser and type “roku.com/” in the address bar. Press “Enter.”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.
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How to Use Facebook on a Roku Device

How to Use Facebook on a Roku Device

The Roku box is designed and manufactured to stream enriched Internet content to television. With the Roku box, users can experience and access dozens of podcasts, streaming services, and social media on a large television screen instead of a small computer screen. Roku has partnered with Facebook to provide limited access to the platform via the set-top box. However, you can only view photos uploaded to Facebook by yourself and your friends. Connecting Facebook to Roku Device Open the home screen by pressing the “Home” button on the Roku remote. Browse to the “Channel Store” icon (to the right of the “Settings” menu). Select the “Facebook Photos” channel. Read the information on the screen, and select the “Install” button.Enter your Facebook user name and password using the on-screen keyboard Click the “Authorize” button.Navigate through your friends’ profile pictures using the left and right arrow keys on the Roku remote. Press the “Select” button on the keyboard to choose a photo album, and use the left and right arrow keys to scroll through the photos.
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