If you’ve hooked up another device external to the Roku TV, such as an audio bar or cable box, or even a gaming console, and are thinking about how to connect it, don’t worry. Here’s How to Change HDMI on Roku TV.
Change the input of the input of your Roku TV may not be as easy as pressing “SOURCE” on the remote, as you do with other TVs.
Here’s How to Change Input on Roku TV.
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How to Change Input on Roku TV using remote
To switch inputs on the Roku TV you first have to “SET up INPUT”. To do this , go to Home > Settings > TV INPUTS and select SET UP INPUT for the input you wish to change to. This will add the input as a tile to the screen of your Roku display at home.
All you need to do is return on the screen that you were in, and select this tile to switch inputs! However, before returning to the home screen, you need to change the name of the input to the device you have connected.
As an example If you have a Cable Box is connected to HDMI 2. You should REname your HDMI 2 output to “CABLE BOX” and add this tile to the Roku homepage.
When you next use your Roku it is necessary go to Home > Cable Box to switch it’s input into HDMI 2. (aka the Cable Box)! This can be done for your audio bar as well as your video player, gaming console, and so on.
I highly recommend taking the time to set up this especially if you have many connected devices. It eliminates the hassle of trying to recall the specific HDMI port that you’re trying to find the next time.
Make sure that the most recent input you input to your Roku Home screen is going to appear to the top of your list when you return to the HOME screen. It is easy to arrange your home screen to combine all the input titles by doing these steps:
Navigate to HOME Then select the tile you wish to move. Click the * ( *) button and then select the MOVE CHANNEL. Use the buttons from your device to relocate the tile, and select OK when you wish to save the current location.
Repeat this process for every title you wish to transfer!
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How to Change HDMI on Roku TV without remote
The above instructions only work if you own an active Roku television remote. What if you lost it or it’s isn’t working?
There are alternatives to changing the inputs on your Roku TV without using a remote.
Press these buttons to control your Roku TV
The most simple solution is to make use of these buttons right on the Roku TV. First, however, you have to find out where the buttons reside. There are four locations to check:
- middleand underside of the television’s middle, underside. If you don’t see it, check
- Right side
- Back of TV, left side
- Front left, underside
Once you’ve identified the Roku television button(s) then take the time to look closely and determine precisely which buttons you’re using. Certain Roku TVs only have one button, while others include a power button as well as direction buttons.
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The way you go about implementing the steps below to alter the input of your TV will differ slightly based on the buttons you’ve got
- Click the main button one time (if there is only one button you have one, click it. If you have a number of buttons click the one that is in the middle)
- This should display an option menu to the left of your television.
- Click the main button once more to navigate further down the menu
- Continue to click until you land on the input that you wish to change to then stop and sit
- Your Roku TV should change inputs within 2 seconds
Make use of the Roku app to serve as an emergency remote
If you’ve lost or misplaced your remote, and you don’t wish make use of the difficult-to-find remote buttons that are on your Roku TV to switch the input, then the Roku application is the best solution!
Simply simply type “Roku” in the Apple App Store or the Google Play Store, and then download the Roku app for your phone and tablet.
After downloading, you’ll be asked to locate near Roku devices. The Roku TV will automatically appear in the search results. Select the option to connect.
(Note Be sure your tablet or smartphone are on the same wireless connection that you use for the Roku TV. This could cause problems in the event that you’re using different networks. )
After you have your Roku television is connected through Roku’s app Roku App, you are able to make use of your phone as an controller!
Follow the exact steps that I have described above to switch the input of the Roku television ( HOME > SETTINGS > TV INPUTS > then select SETUP INPUT for the input you’d like to change into).
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Roku TV missing HDMI 1, HDMI 2 or HDMI 3.
If you’re at the home screen of you Roku TV and there are inputs that are missing or not included, there are two options to correct this.
The first one is the “SET IN PUT” method that I described earlier (jump to the next page and read that section again when needed).
Another method to solve this problem is to plug in the device into the input at the reverse of the Roku TV.
For instance in the case of an Xbox then attach it directly to your HDMI 3 input on the TV. After it’s connected to your TV, your Roku TV will automatically detect it and connect the HDMI 3 port to the screen of your home.
Unless you’ve manually configured an input or plugged the device into that specific input, you won’t be able to see the input on the screen that displays your home on Roku TV!
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To switch the input of the majority of TVs, you just have to press”SOURCE” in the remote and then toggle to the input that you prefer. However, Roku TVs are little more complicated. To alter the input of the Roku TV you need to:
- Go to Home
- Then Settings
- Select TV Inputs
- Finally, set up the input
Then, you can change the name of your input in order to match the specific device connected.
If you don’t own an Roku remote however, you can alter the input using those buttons located on your TV or through installing an app for it. Roku app.
I hope you find this useful. If you encounter any difficulties following these steps Please leave an email and I’ll try my best to assist you!
Chris Evan was born in Quebec and raised in Montreal, except for the time when he moved back to Quebec and attended high school there. He studied History and Literature at the University of Toronto. He began writing after obsessing over books.