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For some reason when I am not home my Roku box (4k) seems to have the ability to turn on my TV. If I unplug the Roku box (4k) this problem never occurs. However, often I am gone and forget to unplug the Roku Box. Is there a way I can get to the Roku Box online and turn off my tv using the the "turn off TV" option that is an option on the box?
I guess to be more clear, I would like to run my home roku box online while I am gone, in order to turn off my tv.
I don't think what you want to do is possible, but I think you're asking the wrong question. Your Roku shouldn't be turning on your TV. I'd try turning off "1-touch play" under Settings->System->Control other devices.
Yes, I do. I guess I can just unplug my TV when I'm going to be gone, or adjust settings on Roku box as mentioned earlier. My main question was can I control the box from a remote location and the answer is "No". Since the box is perpetually online (in my case), it would seem like a good feature for Roku engineers / software developers to consider allowing customers to configure and/or run the box from a remote location. Thanks all for your time