Agreed, keep posting on my twitter link....It’s getting attention and making some posts to me and one other. KEEP at it, I’m out of warranty on all 8 of my and have three that are defective.
List your twitter handle and I’ll add you!!!
Similar issue for me.
I have the RC127 remote and battery % goes down more than 10% in 24 hours with minimal use. I've had this issue for a long time, so I switched to another Roku I have, and assumed the issue with the Roku Stick remote would somehow be fixed with a firmware update, but so far no luck.
Current remote fw version is 2.01.19.108.
Question for both of you: does your remote have a headphone jack, and if so are you using it? Some people use the headphone jack and leave the ear buds plugged in at all times. That will drain the batteries in a day or so, because plugging something into the jack turns the audio amplifier in the remote on, and that takes a lot of power.
Mine doesn't have the earphone jack, only the volume up/down and tv-power buttons.
Just to be certain (although if you do have it you're obviously not using it), the remote jack would be on the opposite side of the remote from the volume buttons. No jack there?
Anyway, since you obviously aren't using it, but if you do have the jack, it's possible the internal switch is stuck in the On position. As I said, if the audio amp is on full time the batteries drain quickly. That's why we need to know for sure if it's there. But it does sound like the remote might be defective, so would be worth contacting @RokuDanny-R via private message with your details.