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Bridefranknstn
Level 7

Roku TV stopped connecting for Airplay

I have a 32 inch Onn Roku TV and it’s been connecting to my iPhone through Airplay perfectly fine for months. Then last night it wouldn’t connect to the TV. I reset both the TV and phone and reconnected to WiFi and it worked for one episode and even I went to change episodes it stopped again. I tried factory resetting the TV and still nothing now. My phone can’t find the TV anymore. Can anyone help with this issue? Thank you! 

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StreamerUser
Level 20

Re: Roku TV stopped connecting for Airplay

Some ONN Roku TV users have reported that their Miracast-mirroring functionality disappeared/was removed (its no longer in the UI).

Verify that you still have Settings/Apple Airplay and HomeKit

Otherwise:

1) Verify you have the latest AirPlay support:
   A) Using remote: Home 3x, Up 2x, L, R, L, R, L (AirPlay should be 1.14-122 or later)
   B) Settings/System/System update/Check now (should be 10.0.0-4209 or later) - try again

2) Verify your devices arent connected to a Guest SSID or otherwise have AP/Client Isolation enabled on the SSID - try again

3) Disable & re-enable WiFi on the Apple devices - try again

4) Restart all devices (Rokus, Apples, modem/router/gateway) - try again

5) Reset the paired devices: Settings/Apple Airplay and HomeKit/Require Code/Reset Paired Devices - try again

6) Setup HomeKit: Settings/Apple Airplay and HomeKit/Setup HomeKit - try again

7) Switch either Rokus or Apples from 5Ghz to 2.4Ghz, or from 2.4Ghz to 5Ghz - try again

8) Manually configure Roku's display output to 1080p: Settings/Display type/1080p TV - try again

 

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