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How to Reset Your Roku Remote

so we can see you again as soon as possible

Whether you’re using a Roku box or a streaming stick, sometimes the remote decides not to cooperate. Most likely, the remote control has lost its pairing. Here are a few easy steps to re-pair your Roku remote. The instructions in this article apply to any Roku receiver model you own.

The Roku IR Remote does not have the same pairing capabilities as the Enhanced Remote and cannot be paired with a Roku receiver. To determine which remote control you have, remove the battery cover on the back. For the IR remote, there is no pairing button on the bottom of the remote. The enhanced remote has a single pairing button or pairing button with indicator light.

Remove the battery cover. No matter what kind of enhanced remote you have, you will need to open the battery cover on the bottom of the remote and remove the battery to start the pairing process.

remove power. Unplug the power cord from the Roku receiver, wait 5 seconds and plug the power cord back in.

Roku Ultra back panel with ports

put the battery back. When the Roku receiver displays the home screen, put the batteries back into the remote.

Roku remote with battery installed

pairing time. Find the pairing button at the bottom of the remote control. Press and hold the pairing button on the battery compartment for about 3-5 seconds or until the pairing light on the remote control flashes. Older remotes do not have indicator lights.

If the light does not blink, repeat this step. If it still does not flash, the battery in the remote control needs to be replaced.

Roku remote with back cover removed

Connection settings. Wait approximately 30 seconds for the remote to connect to the Roku receiver.

Roku pairing screen on TV

successful pairing. After successful pairing, a remote pairing dialog will appear on the TV screen.

Roku Pairing

Back to TV streaming entertainment.


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How to Reset Your Roku Remote

So you can get back to watching as soon as possible

Whether you’re using a Roku box or streaming stick, sometimes the remote decides to not cooperate. Most likely, your remote lost its pairing. Below are some simple steps to re-pair your Roku remote. Instructions in this article apply to any Roku receiver model you own.

The Roku IR remote doesn’t have pairing features like the Enhanced Remote and cannot be paired with a Roku receiver. To determine which remote you have, remove the battery cover on the back. If it’s an IR remote, there won’t be a pairing button at the bottom of the remote. Enhanced remotes have either a single pairing button or a pairing button with an indicator light.

Remove the battery cover. No matter what type of enhanced remote you own, to begin the pairing process, you’ll need to open the battery cover on the bottom of the remote and remove the batteries.

Remove power. Remove the power cable from your Roku receiver, wait 5 seconds, then re-connect the power cable.

Reinsert Batteries. Once your Roku receiver displays the home screen, reinstall the batteries into your remote.

Time to Pair. On the bottom of the remote, locate the pairing button. Press and hold the pairing button inside the battery compartment for approximately 3-5 seconds or until you see the pairing light on the remote begin to flash. Older remotes do not have the indicator light.

If the light does not flash, repeat this step. If it still does not flash, then you should replace the batteries in your remote.

Establishing a Connection. Wait approximately 30 seconds for the remote to establish a connection with your Roku receiver.

Successful Pairing. A remote pairing dialog should appear on the TV screen once a successful pairing has occurred.

Get back to your TV streaming entertainment.

#Reset #Roku #Remote

How to Reset Your Roku Remote

So you can get back to watching as soon as possible

Whether you’re using a Roku box or streaming stick, sometimes the remote decides to not cooperate. Most likely, your remote lost its pairing. Below are some simple steps to re-pair your Roku remote. Instructions in this article apply to any Roku receiver model you own.

The Roku IR remote doesn’t have pairing features like the Enhanced Remote and cannot be paired with a Roku receiver. To determine which remote you have, remove the battery cover on the back. If it’s an IR remote, there won’t be a pairing button at the bottom of the remote. Enhanced remotes have either a single pairing button or a pairing button with an indicator light.

Remove the battery cover. No matter what type of enhanced remote you own, to begin the pairing process, you’ll need to open the battery cover on the bottom of the remote and remove the batteries.

Remove power. Remove the power cable from your Roku receiver, wait 5 seconds, then re-connect the power cable.

Reinsert Batteries. Once your Roku receiver displays the home screen, reinstall the batteries into your remote.

Time to Pair. On the bottom of the remote, locate the pairing button. Press and hold the pairing button inside the battery compartment for approximately 3-5 seconds or until you see the pairing light on the remote begin to flash. Older remotes do not have the indicator light.

If the light does not flash, repeat this step. If it still does not flash, then you should replace the batteries in your remote.

Establishing a Connection. Wait approximately 30 seconds for the remote to establish a connection with your Roku receiver.

Successful Pairing. A remote pairing dialog should appear on the TV screen once a successful pairing has occurred.

Get back to your TV streaming entertainment.

#Reset #Roku #Remote


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