Connect the Roku to the TV following the instructions that came with the Roku device.
Insert batteries and pair the Roku Remote to the Roku following the on screen instructions.
Select your preferred language. Then Press OK.
Select which way you want to connect your Roku if you plan to hardwire it select Ethernet and connect an Ethernet cable to it. Otherwise choose wireless.
Press OK on setup new wireless connection.
Select your WIFI network from the list after the roku scans for networks.
Enter your password if required for your wireless network.
Then Select Connect.
The Roku will then join the wireless network.
The Roku will then most likely require an update. Press OK and it will download the update.
The Roku is downloading the update wait for this to complete and it will reboot.
When the Roku comes back on it will look like this as it is rebooting.
The Roku will then prompt you to set the display press ok on auto detect display type.
The Roku will detect your display and will ask you to confirm. Confirm by selecting OK.
The Roku will now run a display test if you see the screen select yes screen looks good.
The Roku will then prompt you to link it to your account. You will need to go on a computer or other device to roku.com/link or to sign up with no credit card head to my.roku.com/signup/nocc to sign up with no credit card.
Enter the Link Code and accept the agreement.
Select that you need a Roku account or if you already have one sign in.
Fill out the required information and continue.
Create a Pin number that you won’t forget. CTC will not be able to access this pin number.
Enter credit card info and submit.
Or if you used the my.roku.com/signup/nocc link scroll to the bottom and press Skip I’ll add Later.
Select the Channels you want to add to your account.
The website will prompt you that you are done. Return to your TV.
The Roku will say all done and you have successfully setup the Roku.
You can then press OK and you will be at the home screen and can start using the Roku.