In the world of streaming devices, Roku stands out due to its user-friendly interface and wide range of features. In this blog post, we will be exploring Roku tips and tricks, tailored to enhance your streaming experience and make navigation through content a breeze.
Our target audience includes both novice users and seasoned Roku owners seeking to maximize their device’s potential.
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Key Takeaways – Tips and tricks for Roku
You can adjust your Roku’s bit rate speed for optimal streaming: use a hidden menu by pressing Home (five times), Rewind (three times), and Fast Forward (two times) on your Roku remote, then select “Manual selection” and choose your desired bit rate.
There’s even a Roku secret menu that gives you access to hidden features
To move and rearrange Roku apps: select the desired channel using the Roku remote, press the asterisk (*) button, choose “Move Channel,” and use the arrow buttons to position the channel on the home screen; alternatively, you can use the Roku app on your smartphone to perform the same steps.
You can adjust various device-specific settings, such as bandwidth saver, screen saver configurations, display resolution, audio settings, and home screen preferences, to make the Roku experience more user-friendly
These tips will help you optimize your Roku device and make the most out of your streaming experience. You’ll also learn about customizing themes, adjusting TV picture settings, managing audio settings, setting up parental controls, disabling ad tracking, and utilizing Apple AirPlay functionality.
We also have more advanced tips…
More key Roku tricks:
- Roku devices offer an ‘instant replay’ feature that facilitates rewinding of the video.
- To use the Instant Replay feature on Roku, simply press the ‘Instant Replay/Playback’ button on your Roku remote control during streaming (shown above), and it will rewind your content by 10 seconds (up to 25 seconds) and display captions
- Roku permits you to customize the requirement of a PIN for authorizing purchases or downloading apps.
- Roku’s secret menus can be unlocked through specific button combinations on the remote revealing settings like “Bit Rate Override” and HDR adjustment.
- Roku My Feed service facilitates tracking the availability of different movies and TV shows.
- Older Roku devices like Roku Ultra (2019), a Roku Premiere+, Roku XS, and Roku 3/4 allow channel augmentation using a microSD card.
- Roku interface allows rearranging the apps on the Roku Home Screen.
- Roku hosts Plex, a service that streams your locally stored media on your TV.
- Advanced features on Roku include Guest Mode, live TV streaming services, using Roku as a gaming platform, and voice-assisted search.
- Key Takeaways – Tips and tricks for Roku
- Understanding Roku
- Setting up your Roku device
- Fundamental Tips for Roku Users
- Advanced Roku Tips and Tricks
- Hidden Roku Features
- The Best Roku Channels and Apps to Check Out
- Troubleshooting Common Roku Issues
- Maximizing Your Roku Experience
- Final thoughts
Delving into the world of Roku, we become acquainted with a user-friendly, feature-rich streaming platform that translates internet content into your television viewing experience.
Each Roku device, regardless of its model, serves as a bridge connecting the vast spectrum of internet streaming services like Netflix, Hulu, HBO, and Disney+, and transmits them directly to your television.
For a more detailed guide on setting up your device, you may want to read our post on how to set Roku up for installation.
Roku capitalizes its offering on two types of devices: standalone Roku players and Roku TVs. Standalone Roku players, like the Roku Express or Roku Ultra, are compact devices that need to be connected to your television to operate.
On the other hand, a Roku TV has Roku software pre-installed and doesn’t require an external device. Both types of devices transform your standard TV into a smart TV, offering access to a multitude of streaming services.
Setting up your Roku device
Unboxing your new Roku device, the initial step involves connecting it to your television. If you have a standalone Roku player, connect it to your TV using the HDMI cable included in the box. Once your Roku device is connected and powered up, sit back with the remote control and navigate through the Guided Setup process. One facet of this setup prompts the connection to your internet.
Post-establishing an internet link, a software update makes sure your Roku is running the latest version of the Roku OS for a smooth, glitch-free performance.
Side note: you will be provided with an activation link and asked to visit it using a web browser. This step is pivotal as it connects your Roku device with your Roku account, completing the setup process.
For a more detailed guide on setting up your device, you may want to read our post on how to set Roku up for installation
Fundamental Tips for Roku Users
Creating a Roku account and linking your device
Emphasizing the importance of a Roku account, this allows you to activate all Roku devices in your home, purchase or install streaming channels, monitor your purchases and, overall, manage your preferences. Upon plugging in your Roku device, a straightforward guide takes you through the process. One crucial step directs you to create and link your Roku account where you will need to provide a payment method.
Check out our Roku Account Guide to know more about managing your Roku account.
Navigating the Roku interface
Getting accustomed to the Roku interface is similar to becoming acquainted with a new landscape. The Roku Home Screen is your starting point, housing all channels or applications.
Simple left-to-right or up-to-down actions navigate you across the interface, making it effortless to highlight and select any option. You can use the remote, or even the Roku mobile app, to do this. Under channels, select ‘Streaming Channels’ to reveal the Roku Channel Store with thousands of streaming channels listed in genres.
Exploring Roku channel store
Emphasizing the richness of the Roku Channel Store – it plays host to a variety of free and paid channels. Here, you’ll find channels from every genre, including Sports, News, Movies, TV Shows, Music, Kids and Family content, and more. One advantage of Roku is that many channels are free to install. Prime Video, Netflix, HBO, and Disney+ are examples of subscription-based channels. Also, you will find “TV Everywhere” channels, like NBC and FOX, that let you watch full episodes of current shows when you sign in with cable or satellite TV credentials. Make sure to shop around and select the ones that cater to your tastes.
Adding and removing channels
One method to optimize your Roku streaming experience is to handle your channel lineup effectively. Roku’s enormous channel store, boasting over 5000 streaming channels, calls for some thorough management. You may add new networks from your Roku device by going to the “Streaming Channels” section from the Roku home screen.
Pro tip: Roku’s universal search is a handy tool to find a particular channel quickly. Just start typing in the name of the channel and Roku will automatically begin suggesting the closest matches. Hit the add channel button, and after a quick download, it will be added to your channel lineup. You can even use your Roku account from a web browser to add channels to your device. When logged into your account, find the “Add Channel” button to expand your channel library.
Wondering how to get channels on Roku? Follow our simple guide for step-by-step instructions.
On the other hand, if a particular channel is no longer of interest to you, it can be deleted easily to keep your Roku interface clean. Navigate to the channel on the home screen, press the asterisks (*) button on your Roku remote, and choose “Remove channel”. It’s worth remembering that this will remove the channel from all Roku devices linked to your Roku account.
Organizing channel lineup
After populating your Roku with your choice of channels, the next step is to arrange them. An organized channel list not only makes navigation easier but also boosts the overall streaming experience. Allow us to tell you how you can do this with minimal hassle.
Initially, from your Roku home screen, use the directional buttons on your remote to highlight the channel you wish to shift. Note that the home button always takes you back to the home screen. Press the option button, denoted by an asterisk (*) on your remote. A pop-up menu will appear with options – one of them being “Move channel”.
Using the directional buttons on your remote, you can now shift the channel to your intended position. Press ‘OK’ on your Roku remote to confirm the move. This method can be used to reorder all your channels to align with your viewing patterns better, making it quicker and smoother to find your favorite channels.
Setting up parental controls
If you’re sharing your Roku device with children, it’s essential to set up parental controls to protect them from explicit content. Roku’s solution to this is in the form of a four-digit pin that is required for authorizing actions such as adding or deleting channels.
To set up parental controls, head to your Roku account from a web browser. Navigate to “Pin Preferences” under the settings tab. Here, you can choose a unique four-digit pin and decide when it will be required, such as before making a channel purchase.
Do remember your pin as it’s crucial for managing your account. This feature serves as an effective barrier, making sure that your younger viewers are only exposed to age-appropriate content.
Related: Having issues with your remote? Here’s how to replace your Roku remote.
If you’re having trouble with your device’s controls, refer to our post on how to replace your Roku remote.
Advanced Roku Tips and Tricks
In addition to the basic management tips above, advanced users can capitalize on some more tip-ups and tricks that Roku has to offer. From screen mirroring to customizing closed captioning, Roku comes packed with features that not only enhance user experience but take your streaming to the next level.
Among these tricks, two significant features that Roku offers are the “Theme Store” and the “My Feed” feature. The theme store allows you to customize the Roku interface to your liking, while the My Feed feature helps you stay updated about new and trending content.
Also.. Roku’s advanced picture settings contain features like “Expert mode” and “Right-to-left mode”. Expert mode lets you customize your viewing experience to extreme detail, and the latter makes content available for users more conversant with right-to-left script, heralding inclusivity.
Related: Also see our post on how to speed up a slow Roku or Roku TV
Using the Roku mobile app
The Roku mobile app acts as a comprehensive, yet accessible, control point for your Roku device. It’s available for both iOS and Android and boosts convenience in handling your device remotely. Besides its conventional use as a replacement remote, the app has additional tricks up its sleeve.
The app provides a “Private Listening” mode where audio from your Roku streams directly to your headphones connected to your mobile device. This feature is especially handy when you don’t want to disturb others around you. One advantage of using the Roku mobile app is having a keyboard for quick and easy input of search terms, passwords, or channel names. No more haggling with the on-screen keyboard one letter at a time!
An impressive aspect of the Roku mobile app is its ability to cast content from your mobile device onto your Roku player. Whether you wish to show off your holiday photos on a big screen or share locally stored media, this feature will surely come in handy!
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One outstanding feature of Roku is the ‘Private Listening’ mode, which allows you to enjoy an exclusive audio-streaming experience. Lesser-known to many users, this feature grants you the liberty to watch your favorite shows without disturbing others around you, making sure your binge-watching sessions are truly your own. It works by diverting the audio from your TV to your personal headphones, providing an immersive experience right in your living room!
The mechanism to engage ‘Private Listening’ is straightforward. First, make sure your headphones are connected to your mobile device. Then, simply open the Roku mobile app, tap on ‘Remote,’ and hit the headphone icon to activate ‘Private Listening.’
Now, you can enjoy watching and listening to your streamed content in privacy. It’s important to remember that ‘Private Listening’ only works when the Roku mobile app is open and active. Once you leave the app or lock your device, the audio reverts back to your TV.
Roku’s ‘Voice Search’ feature provides an efficient, hands-free navigation tool that’s ideal for users who prefer verbal commands over traditional typing interaction. This feature gives you the convenience of browsing through thousands of channels and locating your favorite shows by simply voicing your desired search term to Roku.
You can activate ‘Voice Search’ either through the Roku mobile app remote or the Roku Streaming Stick+ remote, which comes equipped with an in-built microphone. To use, just tap on the microphone icon on your remote or the magnifying glass on the Roku mobile app, deliver your spoken command clearly, and watch as Roku swiftly complies with your request.
Cast Photos and Videos
Moving on to the asset of casting photos and videos, Roku offers robust wireless casting capabilities. All it takes is a smart device with photos or videos and a Roku device. Through casting, you can effortlessly stream your cherished moments captured as photos or recorded as videos onto your TV screen, thereby transforming ordinary viewing sessions into grand memory showcases.
The operation is simple. Roku has in-built support for Miracast, an open standard used to share multimedia between devices. To cast, ensure your Roku device and the device holding your photos or videos share the same Wi-Fi network. After this, navigate to your content, click on the casting icon, select your Roku device from the list, and watch as the memories light up your TV screen.
Using Roku Search for Content
Roku’s robust search feature is one way the platform shines. It provides a centralized, intelligent portal through which you can navigate the vast universe of content available on Roku.
This feature trims down the need to manually rummage through individual channels to find your desired content, instead providing you with a single cohesive list of search results that span over 500,000 movies and TV episodes across various channels.
Side Note: Wondering how to get channels on Roku? Follow our simple guide for step-by-step instructions.
The process of searching content on Roku is as simple as entering your search term – be it a movie title, a TV show, an actor, or a director’s name – into the search bar, which is conveniently located on the home screen’s left sidebar.
As you type your request, Roku will suggest results, and once you select your desired option, Roku will render a list of all channels where the content is present in a neatly arranged array.
Using Roku with Voice Assistants (Alexa, Google Assistant)
Roku’s compatibility with popular voice assistants such as Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant significantly elevates the device’s ease of usage and customizability.
By integrating these voice control platforms, you can manage your Roku device using hands-free verbal commands, be it finding certain genres of movies, controlling Netflix, adjusting volume, or even powering your TV on or off.
If you possess an Amazon Echo, linking it with Alexa to manage your Roku is made uncomplicated with the Alexa mobile app. Meanwhile, for Google Assistant compatibility, you need to ensure your Roku device operates on Roku OS 9.0 or above for Roku players and Roku OS 8.2 or above for Roku TVs.
Once these bespoke configurations are completed and the proper linking steps carried out, you will have transformed your Roku experience to a voice-activated one, offering you a significant enhancement of comfort and convenience.
Screen Mirroring with Roku
Screen mirroring with a Roku device is a tip that’s a game-changer for many users. Imagine the convenience of seeing your smartphone or tablet’s screen displayed right on your larger TV screen. This feature is particularly helpful if you want to share photos or videos with a room full of people or if you’d like a bigger screen for browsing. A great advantage is that the setup is simple and hassle-free.
To initiate screen mirroring, the first thing you need to do is ensure your Roku device and the device you’re mirroring are on the same Wi-Fi network. Once that’s confirmed, navigate to the ‘Settings’ menu on your Roku, then select ‘System’, followed by ‘Screen Mirroring’.
Then, depending on your device, select ‘Screen Mirroring Mode’ and choose the option that best suits your needs. A side note: the options are ‘Prompt’, ‘Always Allow’, and ‘Never Allow’.
Finally, on your device, activate the screen mirroring option. The process may vary based on the kind of device you have. For instance, on Android devices, it can be found under ‘Display’ or ‘Connection settings’. For Windows, press the ‘Windows’ key and ‘P’ on your keyboard together, followed by selecting ‘Connect to a wireless display’. And voila! You’re now mirroring your device’s screen with ease on your Roku.
To cast your screen, read our posts on how to screen cast to Roku TV from Android, iPhone, and other devices
Utilizing the “Hotel & Dorm Connect” feature
The “Hotel & Dorm Connect” feature is one of Roku’s most helpful features for individuals who love to travel. Ever been in a hotel room or college dorm, trying to connect to the public Wi-Fi, but find the process overly complicated due to those pesky sign-in pages that pop up on your browser? Roku offers a solution.
This feature lets you connect your Roku streaming device to networks that need sign-in through a web page. To do this, first, take note of the Wi-Fi network you’re trying to connect to. Configure your device normally and when the Wi-Fi connection fails (because of the browser sign-in page), the Hotel & Dorm Connect option pops up. Select it to proceed.
Hidden Roku Features
Roku is well-loved for its extensive range of available channels and its easy-to-navigate user interface. However, there’s a lot more to Roku; various hidden features enhance the user experience exponentially.
Consider, for instance, the My Feed feature. This is an invaluable tool that lets you track the movies and shows you want to watch. Once you’ve added a movie or show to your feed, Roku will notify you when it becomes available on any of the Roku channels. It’s simple to use – just go to the My Feed section on the home screen, find a movie or show you’re interested in, and press OK to follow it on Roku.
Hidden Menus and Settings
Roku also hosts secret menus that are largely unknown to most users. These menus allow you to fine-tune your Roku device’s settings, making it perform more effectively. One such hidden menu helps you adjust the bit rate to reduce buffering or improve video quality.
To access this menu, perform a sequence of button presses on your remote—press the home button five times, then rewind three times, and then press fast forward twice. A secret bit rate override menu appears, where you can pick the bit rate that best meets your network’s capacity. Keep in mind, though, that it’s essential to accurately assess your network’s capacity before making changes to avoid unwanted consequences.
Utilizing the ‘Play on Roku’ feature
The Play on Roku feature is another gem that’s not commonly known. This feature lets you stream photos, music, and videos stored on your phone directly on your TV. Think of it as your private, big-screen slideshow or music player.
This feature can be found in the Roku mobile app. To access it, open the app, select the ‘Photos+’ option, and choose between Music, Photos, or Videos. Pick the files you want to play and then sit back and enjoy. One advantage here is that while you’re streaming, you can still use your phone for other tasks without it interrupting the streaming on your TV.
Picture-in-picture capability on Roku
In the realm of streaming devices, one advantage of Roku is its notable picture-in-picture feature. This mode allows you to concurrently watch one channel while another type of content plays in a small window. As a perfect tool for multitaskers, you can watch two sports games at the same time, or keep an eye on the latest news while watching your favorite shows. Keep in mind, however, that the picture-in-picture feature is exclusive to select Roku devices and requires Roku OS 9.4 or later.
Roku’s picture-in-picture capability is intuitive to use. Through the Live TV Pause feature on the Roku Channel, you can press the star button on your Roku remote to activate the picture-in-picture mode. This grants you access to a mini guide, where you can browse through other live channels while maintaining your current selection on a minimized screen.
In conclusion, the picture-in-picture capability of Roku is a standout feature amongst streaming devices. This provides a robust multitasking environment for users to simultaneously engage with multiple channels or to not miss crucial moments while searching for other content.
Enabling developer mode for sideloading apps
Developer mode is a unique and intriguing offering of Roku, essentially permitting the sideloading of apps that aren’t listed on the Roku Channel Store. To access developer mode, navigate to the settings home screen, then select System -> About where you’ll find the IP address and a web interface to work with. Keep in mind however, enabling developer mode requires a secret key combination – done by pressing the buttons Home three times, then Up twice, followed by Right, Left, Right, Left, and Right.
Confirm that you wish to install a non-certified channel, after which you’ll be requested to set up a web server password. This carries immense importance, as it serves as a safety gatekeeper to repel potential hackers. Do remember to jot this password down, lest you face a factory reset, the only way to retrieve a forgotten password.
This sideload feature is particularly beneficial for tech-savvy users who wish to harness the full potential of Roku’s software capabilities. While Roku does support a plethora of apps and channels, some may not be listed. Hence, sideloading can be quite advantageous for these niche applications.
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Private listening using Roku remote
The Roku platform offers the unique “Private Listening” feature that creates a private sound bubble, directing all audio to your headphones rather than TV speakers. This proves beneficial in situations where you do not want to disturb others around you or want to enjoy a movie without any external interruptions. Accessing this feature is incredibly easy – simply plug in your headphone jack into your Roku remote or mobile device.
While using the Roku remote, the audio immediately reroutes to the headphones once connected, offering an effortless switch. If you’re using the Roku mobile app, tap on the headphone icon after launching the controller screen. The sound will instantly shift to your headphones, ensuring an immersive and private listening experience.
Bear in mind that private listening consumes a significant amount of power, which might lead to a rapid depletion of your Roku remote’s battery. In turn, this could disrupt your all-important dramatic climax or playoff game. So, consider keeping a pair of fresh batteries on hand if you intend to use this feature a lot.
The Best Roku Channels and Apps to Check Out
When discussing various streaming platforms, Roku emerges as a robust choice with countless channels serving viewers of all tastes. There are channels catering to your affinity for movies, sports, news, and even music.
For those conscious about expenses, Roku offers numerous free channels brimming with engaging content. These include Crackle, Tubi, and even The Roku Channel itself, offering a blend of movies, TV shows, and original content. Each provides a varied, no-cost streaming experience.
In contrast, those willing to spend a bit get to explore premium channels like Netflix, Hulu, Amazon Prime Video, and Disney+, possessing vast content libraries. However, subscription prices vary, and it’s prudent to compare the prices and the offered content before opting for any.
Consider ESPN and NBC Sports among sports channels, known for live sporting events and in-depth analysis. Alternatively, tune in to Nickelodeon or Cartoon Network under kids channels to keep the young ones entertained. For news, BBC and CNN offer 24/7 coverage, while Spotify and Pandora music streaming channels keep the beat going.
Despite the chargeable subscription costs associated with some, the detailed on-demand content is a major advantage that they offer their viewers.
For a comprehensive overview, take a look at our entire list of Roku Channels in list format.
Troubleshooting Common Roku Issues
Despite the user-friendly interface and intuitive controls, Roku devices may occasionally present a challenge or two. However, some of the most common issues are simple to fix for even the non-tech savvy user. First off, if your Roku remote isn’t responding, try the classic method of removing and re-inserting the batteries, or consider the possibility of interference from other devices. For viewers plagued with low video quality, the solution might lie in investing in a more stable internet connection, or tweaking the streaming settings to better accommodate your current bandwidth.
For solutions on this, refer to our posts on how to program Roku remote and Roku Voice remote pro review.
Switching Wi-Fi locations or setting up a new connection doesn’t have to be a headache, just navigate to ‘Settings’ on the Roku interface, select ‘Network’, and you’ll find easy instructions for connecting to a new network. Finally, consider restarting or factory resetting your Roku if it’s continually lagging or freezing. Just remember to save any essential details like Wi-Fi passwords beforehand, as factory resetting will erase all data and revert the device to its original state.
If you’re experiencing low video quality, find out how to speed up Wi-fi connection on Roku.
Maximizing Your Roku Experience
No matter if you are a seasoned Roku user or a newcomer, there are several ways to leverage the features packed into this compact streaming device. From personalizing your interface to catching up with local news, your Roku is capable of transforming your streaming habits to cater to your unique needs.
Personalizing your Roku Interface
One advantage of using a Roku is the ability to make the user interface truly yours. Initially, the placement of your channels may seem as if it is in a random, pre-determined order, but Roku actually allows users to place them in any order of their choosing. This not only makes your interface more pleasing to look at, but it also makes navigation that much quicker. Simply highlight your preferred channel and use the asterisk button on the remote to move it around, creating a smoother and personalized user experience. The possibilities for personalization are endless.
You may also want to explore our post on How to lower brightness and change other Roku settings to make the most out of your Roku experience.
Using Roku for Fitness and Wellness
Believe it or not, your Roku device can play a significant role in maintaining your fitness and wellness. It’s time to utilize channels dedicated to workouts, yoga classes, meditation sessions, and other wellness-related content. For instance, the ‘Daily Burn’ or ‘FitYou’ channels offer an impressive variety of workouts that cater to different fitness levels.
Or perhaps you’re interested in mindfulness and wellness, then ‘Headspace’ or ‘Calm’ could be more suited to your needs. Essentially, your Roku doubles as a pocket-sized personal trainer or Zen master, thanks to the wealth of wellness content it offers.
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Streaming Local News and Weather
Regular cable services may bring you your daily news, but Roku brings the world to your television screen. A range of free applications such as ‘NewsON’ offers access to live and on-demand local newscasts across America, allowing users to stay informed about events happening right in their hometown.
Similarly, weather updates are also a few clicks away with channels like the ‘WeatherNation’ keeping you informed about local weather conditions. With Roku, relevant news and critical weather updates will never be out of your reach.
Setting Up a Screensaver
A screensaver can add a touch of personality to your Roku home screen. In comparison to a static image, a lively screensaver can keep your TV looking engaging even when you’re not watching anything. Just navigate to ‘Settings’ and then ‘Screensaver’, where you’ll find a host of customizable options.
These include screensavers inspired by famous artists or standard ones that display time and temperature information. A screensaver can offer an enjoyable, personalized viewing environment even when your favorite show isn’t on screen.
As we draw closer to the end of this guide, it’s important to remember that these tips and tricks are just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to what you can achieve with your Roku.
Each feature and hidden function we’ve explored is designed to enhance your entertainment experience. With these insights, you now know how to fully leverage various Roku features for your benefit.
In this enriching journey, we have unlocked several secrets of Roku. We’ve learnt how to utilize this gadget beyond default settings, perfecting the art of personalizing your viewing experience. From managing channels to optimizing Wi-Fi settings, adding private channels, voice control, screen mirroring, Roku has proven to be a force to reckon with in the streaming universe.
One advantage of these tricks is that they facilitate an unrivaled viewing experience that moulds itself around your habits and tastes.
We strongly encourage every Roku user to make the most of these tips and tricks to amp up their streaming game. Don’t limit yourself by accepting the default settings, explore the untapped potential that hides within your Roku. Channel your inner tech enthusiast, dive deep into the plethora of features and functionalities Roku offers.
The options are nearly endless, and just a simple tweak can dramatically improve your Roku experience.
Side note: Always keep an eye out for updates or additional features released by Roku as they frequently introduce new interesting elements.
Finally, always bear in mind that these tips and tricks don’t all need to be implemented at once. Trying out one or two at a time can help you get accustomed to them before you get overwhelmed with it all.
The true beauty of Roku lies in its adaptability and that it can be as simple or as complex as you desire. So, find the balance that works for you, harness the full potential of your Roku, and transform it into a bespoke entertainment powerhouse.
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