My Roku light is blinking on the little receiver. All I get on the screen is a blue screen and nothing else. I’ve tried everything that I have read on these posts including resetting it, changing the batteries in the remote and restarting my internet. Nothing works! Light just keeps blinking. It did this a couple months ago and fixed itself after a couple weeks. All my other Rokus work perfect and when I move them to this TV they don’t work and the router is about 3 feet away from that spot. I have Roku Express.
But it’s not hooked directly to the TV it’s through a receiver and I’ve tried putting it on the TV and that also doesn’t work. All other devices that I hook up to those same HDMI ports do work so it has nothing to do with the TV or ports.
You can try restarting both your router and your Roku, but you may have a couple of issues going on.
The blue screen is normally an indicator of no video signal.
The flashing blue/white light is normally an indicator of no network connection.
Address flashing blue/white light...
If you have a cable ISP (Xfinity/Comcast, Cox, or AT&T), the first thing to do is to verify that your Wireless Mode in your router is set to b/g/n. (edit your 2.4ghz settings)
Address blue screen..
Next, make sure your Express is plugged into the wall, not the back of your TV and press Home a few times to wake up the Roku. Unplug and reseat the HDMI cable. Switch to another HDMI input using the TV remote and then switch back to Roku HDMI. Try another HDMI port or cable. (Even without a network connection, should be able to get the Roku to show up on the screen).
Post back with an update with Roku model number and ISP (internet service provider) if you need more help or still having issues.
Which Roku’s models do you have that having the issue? Maybe the Roku that’s having the issue is faulty and no good anymore. Have you tried the faulty Roku on another TV?
Since both these Roku devices work on your other TV...
Try taking the Roku Express to the working TV and set the display rate to the lowest possible (720p)
Settings/Display Type/ 720p TV (Do not use Auto Detect).
Then take the Roku Express back to the suspect TV, plug directly into TV HDMI (bypass your receiver for now) and see if you can now get a video signal.