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Mickyfinn
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Re: Multiple Rokus on Same Account

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Can you use three or more devises at the same time that are on the same accounts?
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Community Manager
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Re: Multiple Rokus on Same Account

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@Mickyfinn 

This question has 2 parts to consider: 1) Your Roku account/devices. and 2) The streaming channel service(s)/account(s) you are trying to use on multiple devices. 

For 1) - Yes, you can certainly use any/all Roku devices linked to an account at the same time. We have no limitations.  

For 2) - This depends on the streaming service(s). Some services limit the number of devices that can be used with one account at one time. e.g. Netflix for instance has limitations on the number of active devices that can stream at the same time on one account, regardless of whether it is a Roku or any other device used to access the service. This type of limitation often depends on the plan you have subscribed to, or the provider's individual policies. 

For 2), you'll need to contact any specific streaming channel provider directly to inquire as to whether or not they have device limitations for simultaneous usage. They will be able to clarify any limitations that they currently have.

Hope that helps clarify things! 

 

Thanks,

Tanner

Tanner D.
Roku Community Manager

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flamant15
Level 7

Re: Multiple Rokus on Same Account

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Can Roku add a feature whether the devices mirror one another? I would really prefer to use one account, but allow each Roku device to have independent channels. Having to make multiple Roku accounts for one house is not a graceful solution and not a good customer experience.

Primary Roku TV - has 1 set of apps

Secondary Roku Stick - has apps I want for the kids playroom

How do we request this feature from Roku?


One account, one set of channels, regardless of how many boxes are attached to the account.
If you want an independent set of channels, you need to create separate accounts. But you can
use the same credit card for each account, if you like. You just need different e-mail addresses.

 

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eckto1
Level 7

Re: Multiple Rokus on Same Account

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I am also wanting a single account with different profiles.  This is available in Netflix, YouTube, and Amazon, so the technology does exist.  PS- as a developer I know exactly how to implement it but it seems not enough people are clamoring. Having multiple accounts to be able to control channel lineup and content is just a lazy implementation that gives a **bleep** user experience when faced with one account for parents and one account for kids and one account for guests.  Seriously, I can't be the only person on the planet who doesn't want to manage three accounts because I am a parent.

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SandmanXX
Level 9

Re: Multiple Rokus on Same Account

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As a possibly dumb question, does the app handle that the same way?  Different accounts for different remotes?

I am talking about using a Roku app as a remote, on an android phone, and at risk of answering my own question here, would you need to sign in with a different account to use the remote on a particular box?  Or, is the remote universal to just identifying the box itself?

-- Never mind.  I discovered the triple line menu top middle of the remote screen. Smiley Happy

(3) Roku Ultras 4670X, Samsung Q8 tv, Samsung NU7100 tv
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SandmanXX
Level 9

Re: Multiple Rokus on Same Account

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@eckto1 wrote:

I am also wanting a single account with different profiles.  This is available in Netflix, YouTube, and Amazon, so the technology does exist.  PS- as a developer I know exactly how to implement it but it seems not enough people are clamoring. Having multiple accounts to be able to control channel lineup and content is just a lazy implementation that gives a **bleep** user experience when faced with one account for parents and one account for kids and one account for guests.  Seriously, I can't be the only person on the planet who doesn't want to manage three accounts because I am a parent.


I also discovered, later on, the profiles button, the last icon to the right on the top row, where you see My Stuff, with Hulu. Smiley Happy

(3) Roku Ultras 4670X, Samsung Q8 tv, Samsung NU7100 tv
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