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R1016 IP-STB User Manual 4100000408-MP2_Bryan-QSG_US_FOR-PRINT.indd Roku, Inc.

ROKU Ultra User Manual

Quick Start Guide

© 2017 Roku, Inc. All rights reserved. ROKU and the ROKU logo are the registered trademarks of Roku, Inc.

Common questions
Why do I need to create a Roku account?
Before you can start streaming, channels must be downloaded and installed on your streaming player. To accomplish this, your streaming player must be linked to a Roku account. With a Roku account, not only can you add channels from the Roku Channel Store, but you can also manage your subscriptions, view your purchase history, and update payment method. For more information, visit

Why do I need to enter a credit card?
Saving a payment method makes it easy to rent or buy movies on demand, subscribe to popular services, and enroll in free trials. Charges will not be made without your authorization. For more information, visit

What should I do if my streaming player is not connecting to my wireless network?
Your streaming player connects to your wireless network the same as your laptop or smartphone. If these other devices can access the internet, then your streaming player should be able to do the same. Make sure to select the same network name, and enter the same password you use with the other devices. Remember that passwords are case-sensitive and easy to enter incorrectly. For more help, visit

Can I take my Roku streaming player with me when I travel?
Yes. You can bring your streaming player and watch your favorite entertainment when you travel. Remember to also bring the power adapter, remote and any cables you use to connect your streaming player at home, and make sure your destination has a good internet connection. You will also need a computer or smartphone with wireless capabilities and a web browser to help get your streaming player connected to the network. For more details, visit

STEP 5: On-screen setup and activation Follow the instructions on your TV screen.

Activate your streaming player by using your computer or smartphone to link to a Roku account.

IMPORTANT: Make sure you type into the browser being careful not to misspell or add extra characters. Typing this incorrectly may take you to fraudulent websites.

NOTE: You will need a High Speed HDMI® Cable for HD TVs or a Premium High Speed HDMI® Cable for 4K and HDR TVs.


STEP 1: Connect to TV Connect your streaming player to an HDMI port on the back of your TV using a High Speed HDMI® Cable (not included).

To stream 4K or HDR choose an HDMI port that supports HDCP 2.2. Use a Premium High Speed HDMI® Cable (not included). For help determining which port supports HDCP 2.2, visit

STEP 2: Connect to power Use the included power adapter to connect your streaming player to a wall outlet.

STEP 3:Power on TV and select input Use your TV remote to power on your TV and select the input you used to connect your streaming player. For help on how to select the correct input, visit

STEP 4: Insert batteries On the back side of the remote, slide open the battery cover. Insert included batteries placing the negative (-) ends in fi rst. Your remote should pair with your streaming player automatically. For help pairing your remote, visit

NOTE: To enable the private listening feature of your streaming player, plug the headphones into your Roku remote. Your TV will be muted when headphones are plugged in.


Automatic Software Updates
Roku reserves the right to automatically update the software on the Player from time to time in its sole discretion, including adding, changing or removing channels, functionalities and features (including but not limited to, changing the user interface or the manner in which you are able to access content via the Player). For further information please see support.
Additional Legal Notices
Federal Communication Commission Interference Statement This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one of the following measures:
• Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
• Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
• Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected.
• Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help. This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.

Roku® Streaming Player
Important Product Information
The Roku streaming player which accompanies this Important Product
Information (“Player”) allows you to stream online entertainment to your
TV. A Roku account is required to activate your Player. When you sign up
for a Roku account, you will be asked to provide your contact information
and a payment method so that you can easily rent movies or sign-up for
additional services. Your authorization is required for any such charges.
There are no equipment rental fees for owning a Player. However, a paid
subscription or other form of payment may be required to access some
channels or content. Channel availability is subject to change and varies
by country. Check with each channel provider for specific bandwidth
requirements to stream 720p, 1080p HD, 4K and HDR (if your player
supports 4K and/or HDR) content.
Safety Precautions
The Player has been designed with the highest concern for safety. However,
any electrical device, if used improperly, has the potential for causing
fire, electrical shock, property damage or personal injury. To help ensure
accident-free operation, follow these guidelines:
• Observe all warnings, precautions and instructions.
• Regularly inspect the AC power adapter for damage.
• Stop use, unplug the AC power adapter from the electrical outlet and disconnect any other cables immediately, if the Player has been damaged, cracked or punctured, or if the Player functions in an abnormal manner, produces unusual sounds or smells or becomes too hot to touch.
• For more information on product safety and troubleshooting, please go to
Use and Handling
• Do not operate the remote using any vigorous or forceful motions or gestures.
• The remote control and the headphones are not toys. If your Player comes with a remote control and/or headphones, keep them both out of reach of children under the age of six.
• The product packaging may include plastic bags, cable ties and fasteners. Dispose of these properly and keep them out of reach of children, as they could present a choking hazard.
• Do not touch the Player or connected cables during an electrical storm.
• Do not allow liquid, small particles or other foreign objects to get into the Player or accessories.
• Do not expose the Player or accessories to liquid, smoke or steam.
• Do not expose the Player or accessories to high temperatures, high humidity or direct sunlight.
• Do not place the Player or the remote on the floor or in a place where they may cause someone to trip or stumble.
• Permanent hearing loss may occur if the Player or earpieces are used at high volume. To prevent possible hearing loss, limit the amount of time you use the Player or any earpieces at high volume.
• Do place your Player within range of your wireless network.
• Do not place your Player in an enclosed cabinet; it may interfere with the wireless signal.
• Do not place anything on top of your Player; it may cause the Player to overheat.

• Do not drop, crush or disassemble the Player.
• Do not attempt to repair your Player yourself. Disassembling the Player may cause damage not covered by the warranty.

Important Tips About Battery Handling
Inserting batteries: Be sure to insert each battery negative (-) side first, pushing it into the coil and then into the compartment. Never insert batteries positive (+) side first.
Replacing batteries: Always replace dead batteries with two brand-new batteries from the same manufacturer. Never use damaged batteries. Disposal of batteries: Always dispose of batteries following federal guidelines or local ordinances. Do not dispose of used batteries in an open fire.

Warning Signs: If your remote gets warm/hot during use, discontinue use and contact Roku Customer Support immediately at support. There is a risk of explosion if a battery is replaced by an incorrect type.

Voice Search
For players and geographies which support voice search, please see the End User License Agreement and Privacy Policy for further information located at

The License Agreement
The applicable software license terms for the Player is at legal. Use of the Player constitutes your agreement to those license terms and the limited warranty set forth below for your country. If you disagree and you are within the allowable time period for returns under Roku’s return policy (if purchased from Roku) or the applicable return policy of the authorized distributor (if purchased from such distributor), you may return the Player to the place where you obtained it for a refund, subject to the terms of the applicable return policy.

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How to Connect a Roku to a Windows DLNA Media Server

Authored by: Tech Pro Team
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DLNA, the Digital Living Network Alliance, is a set of standards to allow sharing video, audio, and pictures easily from a computer or network device to a simpler display device, like a Smart TV or Roku. It provides an easy way to show the movies you have on other screens throughout your connected home.

What is DLNA?

DLNA stands for Digital Living Network Alliance. Usually, it's used to refer to a suite of services that can run on a computer and allow access to a media library by other devices on your home network.

This means it's a quick, easy method to share your whole media library from your computer to the rest of your devices on your home network.

DLNA Server

In this case, you'll be creating a DLNA server on your Windows 10 computer, then connecting your media devices — smart TVs, streaming media players, tablets, and smartphones — to it.


There are a few things to keep in mind when using your computer as a DLNA server.

These are not strict requirements, but rather suggestions to help you have the easiest setup, and best possible experience while sharing your media library.
ServerYour computer is acting as a server. Your computer must remain turned on while you are watching something on your other device.PowerIf your computer is a laptop, it is recommend to keep it plugged into power. Also, it's best to make sure your computer is not set to 'go to sleep' after a set amount of timeEthernet ConnectionIt is highly recommended that your computer is connected to a wired Ethernet connection. This provides a more stable, faster connection, as well as lets you use the WiFi bandwidth for the device receiving the video, instead.

1 Enable Media Streaming

First, we need to turn on the media streaming server.

  1. Open the Start Menu and select Settings.

  2. Select Network & Internet.
  3. Select Ethernet (if your computer has a wired connection), or Wi-Fi (if your computer uses a wireless connection) on the left.
  4. Select Network and Sharing Center on the right.
  5. Select Media streaming options on the left.
  6. Select Turn on media streaming.
  7. Name your media library, then select OK.

Shared Files

Next, we need to make sure we're sharing the files you want to share.

In most cases, this will already be setup, but it's best to check to be sure.
  1. Open File Explorer, then select This PC on the left, and Videos on the right.

  2. Make sure you see your movies listed here, and that they have sensible names. Move any other movies you want to be able to play into this folder. This is the folder your other devices will see when they browse for videos to play.

2 Roku Media Player Check

Your Roku has a free media streaming app available that can access the DLNA media server you just setup called "Roku Media Player".

In most cases, this app is pre-installed on your Roku, but it can be removed, either by accident or because it wasn't being used. This isn't a problem, it's fast and easy to reinstall.

Check for Roku Media Player

  1. Press the Home button on your Roku Remote.
  2. Look for Roku Media Player.

? Do you have Roku Media Player Installed?

  1. Yes
  2. No
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Spotlight on: Yoga 13 by Lenovo

Hey there guys, I’m back to finish my review on the Yoga, my brand new laptop. I have had it for a week now, and I have to admit that I am in love with it. Let’s go over some really cool features and discuss the pros and cons of having an ultrabook versus a conventional laptop.

What I Like

The form of this machine first and foremost, is great. Not just because it is thin and light, because it is smaller and lighter than any textbook that I had to lug around, but because of how seamless the entire thing fits together. Folding the screen around is solid and it stays where you put it. I did not expect to be using the stand feature as much as I do, but I have to admit that having a small pop-up TV that follow me around while I’m working with the tablet is really great. The recessed keys make me feel better about propping it up, and the sleeve that I have for the machine alleviates that worry altogether.

The keyboard layout is also spot-on. If you do a lot of typing, then you need not only the keys, but easy access to the delete key, home key, end key, and the arrows. They have managed to include these functions without being intrusive to the design, and the keys feel responsive and easy to type with. It’s no mechanical keyboard, but I have high standards. I appreciate the function key row as well, as it has simple computer functions like volume and brightness and external projectors, and holding the function key will give you access to the traditional F1-F12 keys. This makes a bunch of sense because of the infrequency of pressing them in the first place, and I hate the help menu popping up every time I accidentally find F1.

Windows 8 also makes tablet mode pretty simple. The navigation through the home screen makes a lot more sense now than it ever did on a desktop system, and I am happy to have access to the app store where before I was wondering what the point was. I now have a Kindle and notebook and sketchpad, all I have to do is fold the screen over. Taking a whole library of books is going to be much simpler now.

My battery life is sitting at 26% right now, and the machine tells me that I have 2 hours of life left. I am really happy with that too, powerhouse machines are great when plugged in, but the ultrabook is the way to go for mobility and battery life. The solid state hard drive performs as expected, you open the book and it is ready to go.

What Could Be Better

There are a few things that I would consider to improve upon. Using the machine as a tablet leaves a lot of fingerprints on a glossy screen, so I am thankful that I have access to microfiber cleaning cloths, and I will be carrying one with me. The screen finish is very bright and clear, but could use some work is the cleanliness retention. I am also not as much a fan of the trackpad, they placed a marker to show right click versus left click, but there is no tactile response when you cross the marker, so you are forced to look down to make sure that you are choosing the right click. I will be experimenting with the settings more to see if I can make it a bit more like Apple’s second click for right click. It is a very minor concern, and can easily be chalked up to user learning curve. I will be used to it in another week. There is a volume slider on the side of the machine that is quite nice, but it could be moved closer to the headphones port, and it feels a little clunky when not in tablet mode. This is offset by the function keys which allow for easy control of the volume when using the keyboard.

Windows 8 Connectivity

The one other feature that I think that I will be using regularly is the ability to connect to my desktop and access all of my files there, right from Windows. I have tried it a few times on LAN, and it seems great. Windows 8 Pro on my desktop allows me to remote access from any version of Windows 8, so I don’t have to worry about lost files ever again, especially if I forget to throw them into my Dropbox folder.

Do I recommend this…

Yes! This is a great laptop so far, and I am very pleased. Lenovo did a great job with the design and preinstalling all of the software. I did a fair amount of setting up everything that I need on the first day, but the machine was fully functional right out of the box. The RAM and processor are great in a package this small, and I am glad to have a mobile platform added to my tech arsenal again.

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Aaron Krick
Blog Contributor at The Computer Fixer

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