Each Roku Streaming Stick provides access to the following:
- One of our paid streaming services (Disney+, Hulu, Paramount+)
- PBS Kids
- The Roku Channel
- The Library’s Movies Anywhere account, with access to hundreds of movie titles.
Please note: only one streaming stick per household at a home.
How to Set Up the Roku Stick In Your Home:
- Connect the Roku stick to your TV: Insert the Roku stick into an available HDMI port on your TV. Make sure to note the HDMI port number you used.
- Power the Roku stick: Connect the Roku stick to a power source using the provided USB cable and power adapter. You can use the USB port on your TV for power or plug it into a wall outlet.
- Set your TV input: Use your TV remote to select the HDMI input that corresponds to the port where you connected the Roku stick. For example, if you plugged the Roku stick into HDMI 1, select the HDMI 1 input on your TV.
- Turn on your Roku stick: Once your TV is set to the correct HDMI input, the Roku logo should appear on your screen. This indicates that the Roku stick is powered on and functioning correctly.
- Connect to your Wi-Fi network: Roku will search for available Wi-Fi networks. Select your network from the list and enter your Wi-Fi password using the on-screen keyboard.
- Complete the setup: After connecting to your Wi-Fi network, your Roku stick will automatically download and install the latest software updates. This may take a few minutes. Once the updates are installed, your Roku stick will restart.
- Create or sign in to your Roku account: Follow the on-screen prompts to create a new Roku account or sign in to an existing account. A Roku account is required to activate your device and access channels and content.
PLEASE NOTE: WHATEVER ROKU STICK NUMBER YOU HAVE WILL ALSO BE THE PROFILE NUMBER YOU WILL USE ON THE STREAMING SERVICES!!! (For example, if you check out Roku Stick #1, on Hulu, Disney +, or Paramount you will use Profile 1.)