Guide to Select the Exact Roku TV Input
There are a few instances when you will not be able to stream from your TV, despite the TV and the Roku device being connected. In this article, we will take you through the different errors that can cause this, and how to troubleshoot those errors.
So, before we were analyzing the situation, we will need to make sure that we meet basic requirements according to Go.Roku.com/selectinput. They are, your Roku device and the TV is connected directly via an HDMI input cable.
If the Roku device is connected to a device or a hub which is then connected to a TV, please remove it and directly connect Roku to your TV’s HDMI port. If your TV has more than one HDMI ports, remember which port the Roku is connected to.
Check if you have the right input at the go.roku.com/selectinput stage.
- If your Roku device is directly connected to your TV, still there’s no display, then go ahead and check if you have the right input method selected on your TV with go.roku.com/selectinput.
- Since TVs today have inputs from cables, modems, HDMI and USB ports, you will have to choose which one you want the TV to display.
- As far as go.roku.com/selectinput goes, it is an HDMI input, so select accordingly. If you have more than one HDMI inputs in your TV, select the Roku.com/selectinput number in HDMI.
- This should ideally solve the issue and make it possible for you to stream. If not, move on to the next point.
Is your Roku connected properly to your TV?
There are chances that the connection between the Roku device and your TV. To troubleshoot this issue, Please unplug the cable from both the devices. Let them be for fifteen seconds and attempt and reconnecting them. If the problem still persists, there is a possibility that the wire is damaged, so look for a replacement.
If the connection is still not established, then please go ahead and disconnect every cord in Roku device. From power to connect to the internet to connect to the TV itself. After sometime, reconnect the gadget to its power source, internet and TV.
After you do this, please try accessing and streaming from the TV with go.roku.com/selectinput. if it is still not working, get help from Roku Customer Service Phone Number or you might have to let us know a bit more about the issue so that we can help you solve it. Visit our hub Go.Roku.com/hdcp or let us know via our toll-free number +1-877-915-9680