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westner
Level 10

How to Unhide Channels in the Live TV Guide

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I "hid" a channel in the Live TV Guide by mistake and I don't know how to "unhide" it. I used to be able to bring up a list of all channels, whether they were Favorites or hidden or not. Now since Roku changed their Guide, I can't get to that list.

Does anyone know how to unhide channels in the Guide?

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westner
Level 10

Re: How to Unhide Channels in the Live TV Guide

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I found the solution:

  1. Go to the home screen and select the Roku Channel.
  2. Select the Live TV Guide tile.
  3. Press the Left Arrow on the remote to enter the Guide.
  4. Select any channel and press the * button on the remote.
  5. Select "Manage Channels" and then select "Edit Channel Lineup".
  6. All the channels will now appear, with the hidden channels indicated by a check mark.
  7. Uncheck the mark by the channel you want to unhide and you're all set.

I have no idea why this worked from the Roku Channel Guide and not in the Guide that's operating when the TV is first turned on. In that Guide "Manage Channels" has no function.

Roku should have caught this before releasing this horrible update to the Live TV Channel Guide.

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westner
Level 10

Re: How to Unhide Channels in the Live TV Guide

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I found the solution:

  1. Go to the home screen and select the Roku Channel.
  2. Select the Live TV Guide tile.
  3. Press the Left Arrow on the remote to enter the Guide.
  4. Select any channel and press the * button on the remote.
  5. Select "Manage Channels" and then select "Edit Channel Lineup".
  6. All the channels will now appear, with the hidden channels indicated by a check mark.
  7. Uncheck the mark by the channel you want to unhide and you're all set.

I have no idea why this worked from the Roku Channel Guide and not in the Guide that's operating when the TV is first turned on. In that Guide "Manage Channels" has no function.

Roku should have caught this before releasing this horrible update to the Live TV Channel Guide.

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