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Yes, it had a power cord, HDMI Cord and Audio Cord
S. Walker
· February 17, 2018
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Yes, see below!

https://www.rokuactivationcode.com/how-to-setup-roku-in-europe/ … see more
Yes, see below!

https://www.rokuactivationcode.com/how-to-setup-roku-in-europe/

Follow these steps to set up a Roku Box Outside the US – Roku in Europe
Get a free Unlocator Account.
Enable your router to use Unlocator services by following these steps.
Restart your router.
Navigate to account home on Unlocator
Check if you have three green check marks enabled for your account.
Get your Roku box disconnected from the Internet.
Go to your account and set US as default location
It is quite tricky to form your Zip codes, but ensure you have US Zip codes from your credit card. For example, US locations have 5 digits.
Choose factory reset option for your Roku device from the Home screen.
After setting up the device, reconnect it to the network.
Stream and enjoy Roku US content in Europe!
The Unlocator service expertly hides your location, making the apps assume you are located in the US while streaming the device. Just enable Unlocator service and stream content with no geographical barricades!
How does Unlocator work?
Unlocator is a DNS service which does not block content expertly from US-based apps like Hulu and other popular services. It makes you look like you are in the US, with your Roku account. The service also displays location checks, which lists you at a US location, also ensuring good internet speed simultaneously.
Can you use the DNS to unblock more than a single Roku Box?
All you need to do is have a device that actually supports Unlocator service. The settings in Unlocator service will also have to be checked for enabling the service. Currently, you can use this service with your browser, Android, PlayStation 3, IOS devices, Xbox 360, Smart TV and WD.
Always change the networks settings on your router. Changing the settings will also unblock the devices connected to the access point. Usually, the Roku players don’t allow you to change DNS directly on the machines, hence the DNS settings will have to be changed through the router.
We hope you found this useful for setting up your Roku in Europe. Be tuned into this space, for more articles coming your way. visit our website Roku com link or call us at 1-844-965-4357 see less
Yes, see below!

https://www.rokuactivationcode.com/how-to-setup-roku-in-europe/

Follow these steps to set up a Roku Box Outside the US – Roku in Europe
Get a free Unlocator Account.
Enable your router to use Unlocator services by following these steps.
Restart your router.
Navigate to account home on Unlocator
Check if you have three green check marks enabled for your account.
Get your Roku box disconnected from the Internet.
Go to your account and set US as default location
It is quite tricky to form your Zip codes, but ensure you have US Zip codes from your credit card. For example, US locations have 5 digits.
Choose factory reset option for your Roku device from the Home screen.
After setting up the device, reconnect it to the network.
Stream and enjoy Roku US content in Europe!
The Unlocator service expertly hides your location, making the apps assume you are located in the US while streaming the device. Just enable Unlocator service and stream content with no geographical barricades!
How does Unlocator work?
Unlocator is a DNS service which does not block content expertly from US-based apps like Hulu and other popular services. It makes you look like you are in the US, with your Roku account. The service also displays location checks, which lists you at a US location, also ensuring good internet speed simultaneously.
Can you use the DNS to unblock more than a single Roku Box?
All you need to do is have a device that actually supports Unlocator service. The settings in Unlocator service will also have to be checked for enabling the service. Currently, you can use this service with your browser, Android, PlayStation 3, IOS devices, Xbox 360, Smart TV and WD.
Always change the networks settings on your router. Changing the settings will also unblock the devices connected to the access point. Usually, the Roku players don’t allow you to change DNS directly on the machines, hence the DNS settings will have to be changed through the router.
We hope you found this useful for setting up your Roku in Europe. Be tuned into this space, for more articles coming your way. visit our website Roku com link or call us at 1-844-965-4357

Jamusla
· January 10, 2019
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Ordered in Jan 26, 2018 and the model was 3900X
NTT
· May 17, 2018
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The Roku Express has no recording capability. But you can certainly connect the other end of the HDMI cable to a recording device. The Roku won't care.
Patrick M. Berry
· April 20, 2018
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If you can still return it, you need to get the Roku Express Plus which will work with older composite and newer HDMI. If you cant return, you could try something like this: https://www.amazon.com/RadioShack-1500548-HDMI-to-Composite-Converter/dp/B018D2OOXA/ref=sr_1_3?ie=UTF8&qid=1515366424&sr=8-3&keywords=hdmi-to-comp… see more If you can still return it, you need to get the Roku Express Plus which will work with older composite and newer HDMI. If you cant return, you could try something like this: https://www.amazon.com/RadioShack-1500548-HDMI-to-Composite-Converter/dp/B018D2OOXA/ref=sr_1_3?ie=UTF8&qid=1515366424&sr=8-3&keywords=hdmi-to-composite+converter see less If you can still return it, you need to get the Roku Express Plus which will work with older composite and newer HDMI. If you cant return, you could try something like this: https://www.amazon.com/RadioShack-1500548-HDMI-to-Composite-Converter/dp/B018D2OOXA/ref=sr_1_3?ie=UTF8&qid=1515366424&sr=8-3&keywords=hdmi-to-composite+converter
homealone
· January 7, 2018
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It runs or either your USB connector on your TV or the adapter that you can plug into the wall power. Both cords are included.
Aaron
· March 21, 2018
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You need a Roku for each tv.
homealone
· January 21, 2018
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https://support.roku.com/article/208754928-how-to-use-screen-mirroring-with-your-android-or-windows-device
homealone
· February 17, 2018
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Yes, if you have Amazon Prime.
MAP
· May 26, 2018
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All you need is an HDMI port.
homealone
· October 28, 2018