To stream your favorite videos and TV shows on more than 5000 streaming channels, you first need to Setup Roku device. Before setting up your device, you need to connect it to the internet and sometimes after connecting Roku Won’t Connect To Wi-Fi error occurs.
Roku TVs and boxes have made it convenient for you to connect to the internet through Wi-Fi or Ethernet cables.
What do you need to prepare your Roku player to connect to the internet connection?
- A Roku TV, box or Roku streaming stick.
- Your Roku player remote control.
- A Router, having both wireless and wired connectivity options.
- You network connection passwords.
Some Roku TV or box does not support the Wi-Fi option. You can use Ethernet cable to connect your Roku device to your router.
Here Are The Troubleshooting Steps To Fix Roku Won’t Connect To Wifi Error:
Roku Not Connecting To Wi-Fi?
If your Roku doesn’t connect to a wireless network, then it may be due to several reasons like:
- You used the wrong selection of network or incorrect password.
- Your Roku device is not in your Wi-Fi range, or your router has low network strength.
- You might be using an outdated Router.
How To Fix The Issue?
- Roku connectivity errors can be resolved by restarting your Roku device, wireless router along with TV.
- The complex password of a wireless router can be one of the reasons.
- Ensure that you type the correct router password during settings.
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- For password lookup, you can log in to the wireless router and then scroll to the wireless section.
- In this way, you can verify your password that you used to connect your Roku device to the network.
- Ensure that your Roku player is within your Wireless network range.
- Before setting up your Roku device, select the right wireless network.
- Make sure that your Roku device is connected to your wireless router’s correct LAN port.
- When these tips do not resolve your issue, try resetting your Roku device.
Reset Your Roku Device
There are two methods through which you can reset your Roku device.
- Resetting the device using Roku console settings.
- Resetting the Roku using the Reset key present on the Roku streaming device.
Roku Console Settings:
- Firstly, connect your Roku device to your TV screen.
- Roku remote has a home key. Use it to go to the Roku Home page.
- Scroll down and go to the option ‘Settings’ and press the button ‘OK’ on your Roku remote.
- Then go to the option ‘System’ and press the button ‘OK.’
- If you have the latest version of the Roku device, you have to go to the ‘Advanced system settings.’
- Now, you will see the factory settings option. Select it and then press ‘OK.’
- It will show code with boxes such as Keypad. Use arrow keys up and down to select numbers on Roku remote and then press ‘OK.’
- You need to select a 4-digit code and press ‘OK.’
- It will take your Roku device to reset. Wait for a few minutes while Roku is resetting.
- Now restart your TV and Roku.
- It will reset your Roku device to default settings, and you can now set up your device again.
Roku Device Hard Resetting:
- For hard resetting, you need to power on your Roku device.
- Locate the reset button on your Roku stick which is at its back and then press and hold it for few seconds.
- Then go off the reset key and restart your Roku device.
Connect Roku Device To Wi-Fi Connection For The First Time
Once your Roku device gets connected to power and gets powered on, you will go through the setup process involving the internet connection to the box or stick.
- During setting up Roku TVs and boxes, you will have to choose either a wireless or wired connection to the internet and a router.
- If you go for a wired connection, connect your Roku TV or box to your router via Ethernet cable.
- In this way, your Roku device will connect to the internet and your home network.
- Once done, continue with the remaining setup process steps for the Roku device.
- If you go for the wireless option, you will follow additional steps to finish the connection process.
- If you are connecting the Roku device for the first time, your device will scan all the internet networks automatically.
- Once you see the list of all the available networks, you can now choose your network from the list.
- However, if your home network is not available in the list, you can scan again.
- If you still don’t find your home network, then maybe your device is a bit far from the router.
- You can move your device nearer to your router, or you can even add a range of wireless extenders.
- Once you select your home network, it will check whether the internet connection and Wi-Fi are correctly working.
- Once your Roku device confirms, it can now connect to your local network.
- Now, you need to enter your internet network password and select ‘Connect.’
- If you entered the correct password, a confirmation would appear stating that your Roku device is now connected to the internet.
- Once your device gets connected, it will search automatically for any software/firmware updates available.
- If found any, it will download and install them automatically.
- Once the firmware/software update process gets completed, your Roku device will get restarted/rebooted.
- Wait for few minutes for the process to get finish before moving ahead to additional set up process steps.
Roku Customer Service
During setting up your Roku device, you may face trouble. It may be possible that your Roku Won’t Connect To Wi-Fi & the local network.
Not this but also facing Roku connectivity errors again and again if you didn’t do Roku setup correctly and connect the device to the WiFi.
The expert technician and professional team will help you in fixing your Roku device connectivity issue. All you need to do is:
Dial Customer Service Number Roku at US/Canada Toll-Free: +1 844-756-1728 and get quick help from Streaming Guides experts anytime.