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We can’t get Peacock either. We created an account on Peacock and then added the channel on Roku. While it shows the channel as being added/installed on the Roku website, it’s not showing up at all in our channels or using search function on device. The system is fully updated, we turned on and off, and we reset twice.
Please read through the large thread about Peacock on Roku, although the mods will probably merge this post with it. The basic summary is that some older models are not supported. NBCUniversal is only supporting newer Roku's that use ARM Cortex CPU's.
I’ve seen that Peacock has been added to Roku but I can’t find it. When I search channel store on my tv it doesn’t come up. On my phone it says it’s installed. Why can’t I find it on my tv?
The NBC Peacock app for Roku was written by NBC to be compatible with the following Roku models (Check your model number via Settings > System > About): (Current as of September 22, 2020. Check the source listed below for updates.)
Roku 2 (4210X model only) Roku 3 & 4 (model 4200X or later) Roku Streaming Stick (model 3600X or later) Roku Express/Express+ (model 3900X or later) Roku Premiere/Premiere+ (model 3920X or later) Roku Ultra/Ultra LT (model 4640X or later) Roku TV and Smart Soundbar (model 5000X or later)
Actually Snoop, I agree with you. I remember reading how Roku and NBC were busy negotiating for months to get a deal worked out so Roku users could watch Peacock. Maybe NBC really doesn't care. One would think Roku could/should. If I have to get a new unit to watch Peacock, perhaps it's time to look at something other than Roku. There are quite a few other TV streaming devices out there. It would have been smarter for Roku to negotiate all of their units be supported to not lose the revenue produce on them potentially from Peacock, or unhappy users upgrading to a non-Roku device.