Unfortunately, my roku screensavers do. I do not like the idea of any of my children or my husband seeing these screensaver pictures. I have tired to remove them and also called and complained. All I got was laughed at!
Who did you call that laughed at you? Roku's official support?
The screensaver store is a couple levels deep in the Settings and Store menus. If you don't like your children seeing still images of less-clothed women, it might be a good idea to monitor what they're doing online.
The Roku normally doesn't have enough storage to have 800+ screensavers installed.
I think the issue might be running into may be one of two things:
(1) You are seeing the extremely suggestive icons for screensaver channels in the Roku channel store. These would be images that do not take up the entire TV screen but may still be offensive to younger and sensitive viewers. This has been discussed before in another thread. If this is the issue then I agree that Roku needs to do a better job of being able to make access to these icons an opt-in process instead of exposing them by default.
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(2) It might be possible that your Roku has screen mirroring turned on. If someone accidentally or purposely setup their laptop to treat your Roku as a secondary wireless screen, they may be exposing porn through their computer to your screen. This could appear to be similar to a screen saver in that it will take over the entire screen and pressing a button on the remote will make it go away. Also, screen mirroring should only work via wireless direct such that the person doing this should need to be within 300 feet of the Roku for it to appear on the TV. I recommend checking under the Roku settings of if the screen mirror is enabled. If it is, then disable screen mirror and see if the problem continues (it should be disabled by default).
As to getting laughed at over this issue, that really isn't something that should have happened with Roku customer service.