When I turn on next day, it is not where I shut down, but much further ahead in that chapter. Am missing much in that series. Have checked through more than 10 pages here, and can find nothing related to this.
Are you remembering to press the Home button on your Roku Remote to stop Streaming?
The Power key on the Roku Remote only turns the connected TV on/off. (Roku device will continue to stream and use internet data). Only on an integrated RokuTV will the Power button both stop streaming and power the RokuTV down.
The Home key is used to Stop Streaming immediately and return to the Home Screen where an attached Roku streaming device will eventually go into a Sleep Mode.
Depending on whether you have Bandwidth Saver Enabled, the Roku device will automatically stop streaming after 4 hrs. (Settings/Network/Bandwidth Saver).
Roku Community Streaming Expert Just another Roku user... I am not a Roku employee. Insignia RokuTV, Ultra 4660, Premiere+ 3921, Express 4k+ 3941, Streambar 9102
While some TVs will communicate with a Roku device in a manner that can cause streaming to stop, not all do. Think about it like this: You have your computer up and your Web browser running. Turn off the monitor, and the computer is still up and running.
Well, the TV is simply a visual and audio output for a Roku device, not the device itself. The power button on a Roku remote doesn't turn off a Roku, but controls the TV only. And if the TV doesn't properly communicate with the Roku over HDMI to cause the Roku to stop streaming, it'll continue to stream.
If you've used DVDs and turned a TV off while a DVD was playing, you'd have encountered the same thing. Turning one device off doesn't mean all devices are off.
DBDukes Roku Community Streaming Expert Note: I am not a Roku employee.
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