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Glennroid
Level 7

I'd like to keep the white light on all the time on my Roku Ultra LT, how do I do that?

Just got a Roku Ultra LT and the little white light on front works great as a sort of night light in our bedroom. It usually is on but occasionally goes off. Is there a way to keep it on all the time?

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renojim
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Re: I'd like to keep the white light on all the time on my Roku Ultra LT, how do I do that?

Disable "power saving" under Settings->System->Power as well as the screen saver and the light should stay on.

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Glennroid
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Re: I'd like to keep the white light on all the time on my Roku Ultra LT, how do I do that?

Sorry, but that didn't work.

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renojim
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Re: I'd like to keep the white light on all the time on my Roku Ultra LT, how do I do that?

They keep messing with that light.  They really need to add a setting.  There's probably more people complaining that it comes back on after it goes out, so your request isn't as common.  I wonder if it now detects that the TV has been turned off and turns the light off.

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Glennroid
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Re: I'd like to keep the white light on all the time on my Roku Ultra LT, how do I do that?

I have two of the Roku Ultra LTs. I moved the one from my living room into my bedroom because it seems to stay on all the time. You'd think they'd at least be consistent. Oh well, it's still a great little device.

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