How to get the most out of the new TV Everywhere feature
The ability to stream Netflix, Hulu Plus and other streaming services from your TV box is now a feature on your Roku box.
You’ll need to log into your Roku account and add the following account to your TV list.
The Roku TV app If you haven’t already, go to your Roku TV settings, click on your TV and then click on the add account option.
Now enter your Roku credentials and click on Continue.
If all goes well, you should see the Roku TV icon on your remote.
You should also see a Roku TV logo next to your account.
Tap the Roku icon in the top right corner of the screen to access your Roku settings.
Once you’re there, click the Roku button on the upper right corner.
Your Roku TV should now appear.
To add your account to Roku’s TV list, you’ll need a Roku account that has been set up on your home network.
Roku will give you a list of your Roku devices, which can then be used to add your Roku device to your local TV list by tapping the Roku logo at the top of the TV list screen.
When you’ve added your Roku home network account to the Roku app, you can now access it with the TV List button at the bottom of the Roku interface.
It’s important to note that you’ll only be able to watch the streaming services you have on your local network, not on your other networks, because Roku TV only allows you to access services from one network.
If you have a Roku Plus, Roku TV will only allow you to watch streaming services available on the Roku Plus network.
TV-out features are also now a part of Roku TV.