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Oh yes. It most certainly does. I'm very pleased with it.
Oct 23, 2013 by Kathleen Dunnigan
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Yes, just go to any hardware store and purchase a wide piece of velcro and attach a piece to the Roku and another piece to the television. It will hold the mounting bracket in place . Rick
Aug 21, 2013 by Rick Shepherd
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Yes it can
Dec 27, 2013 by Isslaam Ali
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I have a 3 and it works great!
Dec 26, 2013 by Amazon Customer
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I am not sure if it will or not. Give it a try. It is not that costly.
14 days ago by Joel
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yes. in my case, since my tv's mount hole is wider than the back hole of the roku's, i did a little "editing" to the roku's; worked just fine. i just had to make sure the bolt head entered completely into the frontal hole otherwise the roku fit very awkwardly into the mount. if too much trouble, & are not moving the roku, u can also use a piece of strong mounting tape & put it anywhere you want....hope this helps. ;)
Jul 9, 2014 by jazz freak
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xs May 7, 2014
I don't know what that means. Might be a verson like roku 3.
May 7, 2014 by Amazon Customer
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I tried to use it with LG 47LN5400 and it would not work because the vents were recessed and not on the sutface.
Feb 17, 2014 by S. Chapman
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It still works, as the remote uses Bluetooth (in the Roku 2) or WiFI (Roku 3) to connect to the box, it has no line of sight requirement unlike a IR remote.
Jan 17, 2014 by Chris
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Yes...I have the Roku2 XD...they are the same size...but ill tell you this...a piece of velcro will do just fine. One strip on the Roku and one on a flat clean surface on the back of your TV abd you saved some money....just a suggestion..(it works!) Velcro is like a buck at Walmart or Michaels...hope this helped!
Dec 15, 2013 by jnl_2483
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