Can I use my Roku remote to control other devices?
Your Roku voice remote is designed to control power and volume for your TV. It cannot directly control other devices connected to your TV, such as an audio/video receiver (AVR) or soundbar.
What should I know before setting up my Roku voice remote?
During initial setup and activation, you will be able to set up your voice remote to control power and volume for your TV. You can also set it up later by visiting Settings > Remotes & Devices > Remotes > [select your remote] > Set up remote for TV control.
How do I set up my Roku voice remote during initial setup and activation?
When you set up your Roku device for the first time, you will need to connect it to the internet and set the display type before you are presented with the screen to Check remote settings. This is the first step to setting up your remote to control power and volume for your TV.
How do I set up my Roku voice remote after initial setup and activation?
After your Roku device is activated and set up, you can access the settings menu any time to set up your voice remote to control your TV. If your Roku device is connected to an AVR or soundbar, we recommend temporarily connecting it directly to your TV during setup to successfully detect the brand of your TV.
How do I set up hands-free TV controls? (Roku Voice Remote Pro only)
Voice commands are transmitted to your Roku device over a dedicated wireless connection, where they are then passed along to your TV over the HDMI cable. To use hands-free TV controls with your Roku Voice Remote Pro, you need to first make sure CEC is enabled on your TV to allow for this communication.
As described above, your Roku device plays music to help during the setup process. If you do not hear the music or it does not mute correctly, review the troubleshooting steps for setting up your Roku voice remote to control power and volume on your TV.
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