Cannot Permanently Dismiss Roku Remote TV Volume Control On-Screen Notice
Last night I set-up a new Streaming Stick+ to replace a 5+ year old Roku.
My problem: I control the TV audio via a stereo receiver. I have the Roku configured accordingly. When I accidentally push the remote's volume control (which happens a LOT) a pop-up message informs me that I cannot control volume via the remote.
There are two buttons in the pop-up: OK and Never Show This Again. I have tried using every button on the remote to select the latter option without success as well as a few desperate button-press combos. I have also looked for a menu option but I have not found one.
This issue is going to drive me crazy sooner than later. . . The volume button's placement on the right side of the remote means I am going to accidentally push it on a regular basis. I'm wondering if the remote is malfunctioning and that I may need to return the Roku.
I'm hoping that there is a simple answer that I somehow overlooked. Thanks!
Re: Cannot Permanently Dismiss Roku Remote TV Volume Control On-Screen Notice
I tried the steps. . . I never got to an option where the music was muted. When I pressed YES on the first option (Code 1) it would just repeat the same code. I also tried pressing NO until I ran through the available codes and then it said that my Samsung TV cannot be controlled by the remote. But the remote power button is powering the TV ON/OFF.
I did not actually program anything after connecting the Roku. Initially I assumed that it was using the settings from the previous Roku unit. I now realize that is likely not the case and that it automatically configured itself and/or is using default settings.
I am watching an older 1080p Samsung UN40H5201AF purchased June 2015. It has a 1.4 HDMI port.
Is there another programming step that I should perform so the remote will not have control over the TV?