I was hopeful Roku fixed the app with their latest update,
however @Mike6377 now Roku has apparently "fixed" it so it will not find the device(s) until after it has verified the IP range. It started being able to connect again with your workaround. Still no private listening.
Agreed, why is this still an issue after all this time? The timing "solution" doesn't appear to be an option for me. I am still setting it up. It doesn't even seem to try to scan before telling me my 10.x.x.x address is invalid.
I have a new Chromebook with the Roku App that is giving me the same error message. I want to use the Live TV function and tv shows and movies. I was able to accomplish this by logging into my Roku Account through the Chrome Web Browser.
Good for you. I don't know what you mean exactly, perhaps. I just signed into roku from Chrome and then launched the Roku app to the same error. What IP addressing scheme do you use?
The latest update appears to have made the Roku app completely unusable on Chromebooks. Upon launch, the app immediately displays "IP Address not supported". Despite being on a private network, in the specified range, it will IMMEDIATELY TERMINATE THE APP. The app is now completely unusable for Chromebook users!
Roku support where are you! We just got a Roku TV essentially for this feature and it doesn't work! This issue has been open months get your act together.