The go roku com wireless error code is a common error that can occur when trying to connect your Roku device to a wireless network. There are a few reasons why this error code can occur, such as if the wireless network you are trying to connect to is not compatible with your Roku device or if there is a problem with the wireless signal. If you are getting this error code, you will need to troubleshoot the issue in order to get your Roku device connected to the wireless network.
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1. Restart your Roku device and your router
- On your Roku device, go to Settings.
- Under System, scroll down to Restart and select it.
- Select Yes to restart your Roku device and your router.
- Once your Roku device and router have restarted, try connecting to the Roku network again.
2. Check if your Roku device is within range of your router
- Open your browser and type "routerlogin" into the address bar.
- Enter your router's login credentials.
- If you are connected to your router via Ethernet cable, you will see a list of devices connected to your router appear.
- If you are connected to your router via Wi-Fi, you will see a list of available networks appear.
- Select your network and click the "Connect" button.
- Once connected, your Roku device will show a list of available channels.
- Select the channel you wish to watch and click the "Play" button.
3. Check if there are any obstructions between your Roku device and your router
If you are having trouble connecting your Roku device to your router, there may be some obstructions between the two. You can check for obstructions by doing the following:
- Check your wireless connection. Make sure that your router is broadcasting a strong signal and that your Roku device can connect to it.
- Check your router's ports. Make sure that your router has the appropriate ports open (usually, the ports will be labeled "WAN" and "LAN"), and that your Roku device is able to connect to them.
- Check your cables. Make sure that your cables are connected properly between your Roku device and your router.
- Check your walls. Make sure that there are no walls or other obstructions between your Roku device and your router.
Some users might also have success with the following opitons:
- Check if your router is on the 5 GHz frequency band.
- Check if your router's wireless security mode is set to WPA2-PSK (AES).
- Check if your router's SSID is hidden.
- Update your router's firmware.
- Reset your Roku device to factory settings.