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So glad I have MHL ports on my TV's. So my streaming stick is self powering without taking up HDMI ports or the USB port.
SUSIE
· December 12, 2018
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Yes.... but, I had the problem with the remote not working unless I was right on top of the TV. I couldn't get it to work from the couch or even a few feet away. Turns out on my TV where it obviously communicates with the TV was blocked at the bottom where the TV on light is by a sound bar speaker. Once I moved the sp… see more Yes.... but, I had the problem with the remote not working unless I was right on top of the TV. I couldn't get it to work from the couch or even a few feet away. Turns out on my TV where it obviously communicates with the TV was blocked at the bottom where the TV on light is by a sound bar speaker. Once I moved the speaker out of the way, wha la it works great now from the couch now. see less Yes.... but, I had the problem with the remote not working unless I was right on top of the TV. I couldn't get it to work from the couch or even a few feet away. Turns out on my TV where it obviously communicates with the TV was blocked at the bottom where the TV on light is by a sound bar speaker. Once I moved the speaker out of the way, wha la it works great now from the couch now.
Dee
· September 1, 2019
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Disregard some of these mistaken answers. I have 4 Roku Streaming Stick+ devices in my home. All of them are setup to access all channels available from my Comcast Xfinity account! I also have a dual 2.4 & 5G wireless router and can connect the sticks to either band! I'm purchasing a 5th one today for my bathroom TV!
Sarasota "Joe"
· February 25, 2020
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Yes
homealone
· January 31, 2018
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The power cable is exactly 48"
R. Elliott
· December 22, 2017
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YouTube TV launched its new Roku app yesterday, and it seems quite good. I'm playing it now on a Premiere+. I don't own a Streaming Stick+, but assume it would be comparable.

I do have the original blue/purple Roku streaming stick, and it doesn't seem to work with the YouTube TV app. When I open the Channel Store on… see more
YouTube TV launched its new Roku app yesterday, and it seems quite good. I'm playing it now on a Premiere+. I don't own a Streaming Stick+, but assume it would be comparable.

I do have the original blue/purple Roku streaming stick, and it doesn't seem to work with the YouTube TV app. When I open the Channel Store on my original Roku Streaming stick, the YouTube TV app isn't listed and it doesn't turn up when I do a search on the device. see less
YouTube TV launched its new Roku app yesterday, and it seems quite good. I'm playing it now on a Premiere+. I don't own a Streaming Stick+, but assume it would be comparable.

I do have the original blue/purple Roku streaming stick, and it doesn't seem to work with the YouTube TV app. When I open the Channel Store on my original Roku Streaming stick, the YouTube TV app isn't listed and it doesn't turn up when I do a search on the device.

JFC
· February 2, 2018
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The Roku stick works by plugging into your TV and wirelessly connecting to your wifi (you have to provide the SSID and password, following an on-screen guide). It is powered by an AC adapter and/or the USB port on your TV. It connects via HDMI.

Once it is connected to a TV, it can be used on that TV. If you want … see more
The Roku stick works by plugging into your TV and wirelessly connecting to your wifi (you have to provide the SSID and password, following an on-screen guide). It is powered by an AC adapter and/or the USB port on your TV. It connects via HDMI.

Once it is connected to a TV, it can be used on that TV. If you want to use it on a second TV, you have to connect the device to the other TV. Thankfully, Roku devices are cheap enough and have enough interconnectivity (making setup easy after the first) that it becomes far easier to simply purchase a second device for your second TV. see less
The Roku stick works by plugging into your TV and wirelessly connecting to your wifi (you have to provide the SSID and password, following an on-screen guide). It is powered by an AC adapter and/or the USB port on your TV. It connects via HDMI.

Once it is connected to a TV, it can be used on that TV. If you want to use it on a second TV, you have to connect the device to the other TV. Thankfully, Roku devices are cheap enough and have enough interconnectivity (making setup easy after the first) that it becomes far easier to simply purchase a second device for your second TV.

The Chambers Family
· January 20, 2020
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Live streaming on most channels but the channels you described are not available on Spectrum streaming which is what I use.
Charles I.
· August 26, 2018
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Yes, I was able to stream Xfinity on my TV with this - works great........
Rick Cavallaro
· January 21, 2019
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You can download the Spectrum TV app from Roku and get all your channels while on your home wireles network system. The Spectrum TV app won't show all your available channels once you leave the home wireless network system.
Larry Harriman
· November 27, 2017