Go.Roku.com/selectinput:Your 4-step Guide to Choose Roku TV Input
High Definition Multimedia Interface, or HDMI, is a technology that can be used to replace the traditional A/V In/Out on a television. On today's smart TVs, HDMI is a widely accepted input standard. Roku connects its devices to the HDMI input and streams media from the internetvia go.roku.com/selectinput. All ofthe most recent Roku devices are now HDMI-compatible.
Step 1: Connect your Roku with the TV
Whether you have a box or a streaming stick, you'll need toconnect a few items. You'll need to plug the accompanying USB power cord into the Roku and the Roku into your TV's HDMI slot in our case with the Streaming Stick Plus.
You can get a free HDMI extender from roku.com/selectinput if your TV is wall-mounted and the HDMI portis difficult to reach, making it tough to plug in the Streaming Stick.
Step 2: Connect the Roku remote
You should see Roku's UI ready to walk you through the nextsteps after connecting your Roku and navigating your TV to the right input. The provided remote will almost certainly need to be paired with your Roku (although some devices may be paired already).
Place the provided batteries in the remote before connection.If it doesn't connect automatically, press and hold the button next to thebattery slot for three seconds.
Step 3: Connect the Roku with Home network
We can now begin the go.roku.com/selectinput setup procedure. You'll be requested to connect to Wi-Fi after selecting yourlanguage. You can skip this step if you have a Roku Ultra box or an Express 4K plus with an Ethernet adapter plugged in through wired Ethernet. Click on yourWi-Fi network and input your password for everyone else.
After ensuring that you are connected to the internet, your Roku may require software updates. Allow it to do this task while you go dosomething else for a while. This shouldn't take more than a few minutes; however, it depends on your internet speed.
Step 4: Select Input Port
For some users, choosing the appropriate input can be a difficult task. Get assistance from roku.com/link and choose an input site to gain a better understanding of the installation process. This is a simple job that can be completed with the help of HDMI cables.
Make sure you check all of the ports on the side of your homedevice while you're doing this. These ports can be found on both sides and theback of your television.
While the connection to the cable that is supposed to be connected is lost, some input issues occur.
These issues can be simply resolved by providing the appropriate port for communication with your connected home device. When you understand the connection types and get the Roku line operating, the problem will be solved.
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