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Poppins
Level 7

Roku on two tv's

I already have Roku on my TV using a Roku stick. I have an account.

I am now buying a TV with Roku already on

If i move the tv with the Roku stick in another room can i still have Roku on that set?

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Viv1
Level 7

Re: Roku on two tv's

I have a roku tv and just cut the cord and bought 2 roku boxes for 2 other TVs and roku works independently on all of them.

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makaiguy
Level 21

Re: Roku on two tv's


@Poppins wrote:

I already have Roku on my TV using a Roku stick. I have an account.

I am now buying a TV with Roku already on

If i move the tv with the Roku stick in another room can i still have Roku on that set?


Yes - that Roku Stick is linked to your Roku account no matter where it's located.  When you set up the new TV, link it to your existing account -- don't create a new account for it.  Your channels are attached to your account, so all your current channels should install on your new TV.  Likewise, delete a channel from one Roku, you delete it from all.

IMPORTANT!  When you are directed to go to roku.com/link to link your new device, type it in very carefully and verify that you actually do go there.  Otherwise you can end up at a scammer's fake Roku site.  If you end up at ANY non-roku.com site (other than the https://my.roku.com/link that you'll get redirected to), back out and try again.

 

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