Just bought a new Roku 2 player but am not getting subtitles on Dramafever. Any suggestions on how to retrieve them?
I love Roku. We use it every night and have installed a number of them for my senior neighbors and in my home.
Yesterday, I purchased and installed the new Roku 4, for me not my neighbors.
Everything installed correctly and working perfectly except for the 4K (10-bit) Display.
My TV is Samsung’s SUHD78JS9500 which is a 10-bit panel.
When trying to connect to the 4K (10-bit) Display, the screen goes black, an error message pops up stating I need to connect to a source (which it is). Eventually, another message comes up stating a 4K (10-bit) TV is needed which it is.
Is there a bug in the Roku system right now or do I need to exchange this 4 for another?
First, it is difficult to get any Roku channels. When I do get what I am looking for, the channel shuts off in the middle of a program. It says it is loading and please wait. The program I am was watching never does reload.
Wow, I came here ’cause I’m having remote problems. Now I feel lucky that my unit works as well as it does. No problems connecting or getting Glenn most of the time. I can’t watch “The Hiding Place” movie but I can see his episode every day. The sound not matching the action problem went away after about a week. Each time it happened we’d go back and restart the program.
Netflix is down on my Roku, Android tablet, desktop comp but it’s fine on my laptop. Other Roku channels fine.
I changed my display to 4UHD TO 4UHD 10 bit just to see what it does and now i cant get a signal. How can I change it back?
Tried holding down the OK button a few times and it didn’t work, but the last time I tried I was forceful with it, pressing very hard and IT WORKED.
MY ROKU PLAYER #3 gets HOT
My brand new Roku XDS sometimes slows to a crawl, and more recently simply wont connect to my wireless network. I have an approved D-Link wireless router and several other devices, a laptop, a Panasonic TV, a Droid, a Samsung Blu-ray player etc, that all connect reliably to the same wireless network. The responses I get from Roku are canned and dont work. I really cant believe these devices are so popular when the wireless function is so not ready for prime time.
I own several Roku models. I bought a Roku 2 last year and have been pretty pleased with it. I wanted to use the headphone functions and purchased a Roku 3 a couple of weeks ago. The Roku 3 locks up quite a bit. It continues to stream but the remote is totally non-functional I find myself having to reboot it several times a day.