I have an older Sony Bravia tv and wan to have an internet browser capability that does not seem to wk o0or be supported,. Ive used a roku express for years and recently with our stay at home orders and using zoom, would like to use zoom on my tv for conferences and classes. I have tried with tv, blue ray player and now trying with roku. I also bought a second sml roku for a bedroom tv and am trying to figure out if its possible. There is a mirroring function but i cant get it to wk. over heard of web browser x on roku channel but cant find. Any tips pro am i just out of luck with an older tv?
Zoom requires two-way communication. You must use a computer or mobile device with at least a microphone, and optionally a camera.
There are currently no browsers available to use on a Roku. If you can get screen mirroring from a phone or tablet to work with your Roku, you might be able to browse that way. I've never had any luck with this but others have.
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While Zoom is often used for one way meeting broadcasts, to fully utilize Zoom you have to have a mic and camera, as mentioned.
There is someone working on an experimental web browser for the Roku OS, but right now it's extremely rough and not at all usable in the general sense. I've used web browsers built into TVs, and to say they're a pain is an understatement. Honestly, Devices such as media streamers, TVs or Blu Ray players are terrible web browsing devices. And with their limited amount of memory, performance on most modern web sites would be almost unusable, in my opinion.
Mirroring a Windows 10 PC to a Roku actually works pretty well. That might be a far better way to do what you're looking for.
Dan Roku Stick (3600), Ultra (4640), Ultra (4670), Premiere (3920), Insignia 720p Roku TV, Sharp 4K Roku TV, Nvidia Shield, Windows 10 Pro x64 running Serviio and Plex on a wired Gigabit network.
The very latest references I can find for Browser X for Roku are dated Dec 2019, so I reckon sometime in the last 5 months support for it dropped. And I can't locate it in the channel store. Grimm the 5 or 6 reviews I read it probably wouldn't have supported Zoom anyways.