Roku was launched in 2002 and allows millions of people to watch TV shows, listen to music, play game and more from their TV. They offer over 1,000 channels, including hundreds of free channels, subscription services to Hula PLus, Netflix, rentals from M-GO, Amazon Instant Video, VUDO and Redbox. Even cable channels such as WatchDisney, HBOGo, Showtime Anytime and more can be accessed. Important: Roku has two types of linking . The first type of linking creates a connection between your Roku player and your Roku account so that you can add and remove channels to your player from the Channel Store and manage your players from the owner.roku.com website. The second type of linking creates a connection between your Roku player and the service providing a channel you added from the Roku Channel Store. For this type of linking to work you will need to give a third-party (e.g. Netflix, Pandora) permission to enable their password-protected service on your Roku player. NOTE: please visit the site directly to verify the details and obtain more information.
If you are a Roku customer you will want to link your device immediately. We have provided a quick “how to” activation guide below for current customers to link the Roko streaming player to a device.
how to activate- Link to Roku Streaming Player
what you need:
- internet access
- have a Link Code from your TV
- personal information
what to do to link Roku player to your TV:
- visit: https://owner.roku.com/link
- NOTE: make sure you Roku player is plugged in and you have already connected it your TV and activated the Roku player
- type in the link code from off the TV in the space provided
- click on the blue “Submit” button
- follow any other prompts to finishing the linking