The perfect upgrade or replacement remote for your Roku device.The easy to use Roku Voice Remote with TV controls puts the power of your Roku device in the palm of your hands. This remote is ideal to replace or upgrade the remote for your Roku TV , Roku player, or Roku Smart Soundbar. It’s compatible with all brands of Roku TV and most Roku streaming media players. Just use your voice to search for entertainment and control your TV. You’ll love its four pre set channel shortcut buttons that let you quickly jump to select streaming channels with a single press of your thumb. Plus, it has conveniently positioned side buttons that enable you to control your TV’s power, adjust volume, and mute audio (on most TVs).
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A headphone jack is available on the Voice Remote Pro ($29.99). It is unavailable on the Voice Remote ($19.99). To compare each remote’s features, check out the helpful graphic on the product page. Select your preferred model product at the top of the page. Happy Streaming!
Yes there is a pairing button under the battery cover.
As was mentioned, if you have a dog, then yes, they are edible. That is why I’m here, to replace the remote my dog demolished.
Just received my new "Roku Voice Remote," (no headphone jack). It has the new shortcut buttons with ‘Apple tv+,’ ‘Disney+,’ ‘Hulu,’ and ‘Netflix.’ I think my original OEM remote had a way to change those settings, and I would love the option to change them.
according to Roku website it does
It is not backlit at all.
1. Remove batteries from that old remote
2. Unplug your ROKU
3. Plug it back in … 1. Remove batteries from that old remote
2. Unplug your ROKU
3. Plug it back in
4. Let the RIKU boot up . It will be searching to pair up automatically
5. Put your batteries in your new remote. Roku will ask to pair. . If not, there is a pairing button on the remote under the battery door.
Finish. And good luck!
With my experience when you press the voice button it takes you to the home screen on the roku device and searches through roku’s search engine. Pretty much you are searching the roku but you dont have to type anything in. It is a cool feature though. You can tell it to open prime and it will open prime but only search… With my experience when you press the voice button it takes you to the home screen on the roku device and searches through roku’s search engine. Pretty much you are searching the roku but you dont have to type anything in. It is a cool feature though. You can tell it to open prime and it will open prime but only searches on the home page search engine.
Yes. It uses RF.
I have Roku and I use it with a sceptre tv. The Roku remote usually does not turn on the tv. The roku remote does control the volume. I have one roku remote for every tv in the house. Get one, you won’t be sorry. You’ll have more free Roku watching options than you can imagine. No Cable needed. (I suggest you cut th… I have Roku and I use it with a sceptre tv. The Roku remote usually does not turn on the tv. The roku remote does control the volume. I have one roku remote for every tv in the house. Get one, you won’t be sorry. You’ll have more free Roku watching options than you can imagine. No Cable needed. (I suggest you cut the cable or satellite cord and if you want to, you can pay for Amazon Prime, Hulu, and Netflix. I get the lowest priced plans for all and my TOTAL tv bill after paying for internet = $24 a month in 2021. The higher priced plans are only a little more. Your wallet will thank you. I’m a 10 year fan and they have Alexa compatibles this year. They just keep getting better every year.
Sí, perfectamente en español o inglés.
I know this may sound crazy but check the mute button, it’s in a horrible place. Also make sure volume is turned up
The $10 ones are generally line of sight, not wi-fi point anywhere like this one. You have to check in the description. That’s why they’re more expensive.
I’m not sure.
I have a sound bar I use I bought from Costco and my Roku TV remote works fine with it.
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It doesn’t have the headphone jack if that’s important to you and he mystery AB buttons have disappeared but everything else is there and works beautifully. Set up took a couple of minutes and then I was down to one remote!
I have this paired with a new Vizio and taking over volume on/off and mute was automatic. I think any late model TV will be pretty much the case. I bought this to get the mute button, that was worth it to me.
UPDATE: When I first got this I didn’t think I would use this feature that much but it is a game changer! Whether searching genre, actor, movie, tv series, doesn’t matter, it search every app on Roku and lists results on the left and which app on the right. It’s fast, accurate and has become invaluable..
Bought this to replace my TCL Roku TV remote. Love that this voice remote is also enhanced so it doesn’t need a clear path between the remote and the TV. The mute button is also a plus.
Installation was a breeze. The remote immediately paired with the TV after inserting the batteries.
Mine came with the following streaming channel buttons: Netflix, Hulu, Sling and ESPN+.
Will buy another one to replace my old Roku remote that doesn’t have a mute button.
As an FYI, this remote does not have a earphone jack. No stars subtracted because I never used the jack anyway.
Love these. Has the volume and mute bottoms. Not as big as the original one we had. Kinda liked the bigger, heavier one with double A batteries. But these (bought two) set up right away, no issues. Could use volume and power controls on the TVs I set them up on. One Samsung and one older Sony.
This official Roku branded remote works just like the one that came with your unit. It has the TV controls on it (on/off, vol up/down, and mute). It does not have the wireless sound (where you can plug earbuds into the remote). It does have “voice control”, which honestly I personally just never can get any satisfactory results from. This remote does use the RF mode (vs the infrared) for the Roku control, so you don’t have to point the remote at the unit if your unit supports the RFs remotes.
The one thing I want to point out is that some of the buttons, particularly the up/down/left/right pad, are not as sensitive as the original remote, requiring significantly more force on each direction to register a button bush. The first remote I received had really poor sensitivity on the “up” and “left”, so I returned it. The replacement remote is better, but still requires more force on these buttons than my original remotes.
Works great with my TCL Series 6 TV but did not realize that there is no infrared for controlling the volume on my Sonos Playbar. So unfortunately I’ll be returning because I want to have one remote that controls my TV and the volume on the soundbar. Back to the old standard IR remote with no voice control for now.
As noted elsewhere, so I’m just joining the chorus: This remote worked beautifully with my TCL that originally shipped with an IR remote.
The IR remote was finicky and had to be aimed more carefully than any other in my electronics stack, and just using the tv was bugging the hell out of me every minute of every interaction. I was thinking of sending it back, it was so annoying. I might not even have thought there was a better way, except that I already had a TCL with a radio remote like this one, and it worked flawlessly.
Seriously, this thing is the difference between, “I might have to send this TV back” and “I hope this TV lasts for years — I love it.” And convincing a few friends to choose the same model. I do not get not including it from the beginning, but I’m sure there were price points to meet, bean counters to employ, production volumes to hit, something.
Of course, YMMV. Maybe it won’t work with yours. But it worked with mine. And changing to this remote eliminated the only frustration I had every time I sat down to watch tv. Best dollar-to-life-upgrade value in tech I’ve had in a long while.
And it’s really nice to know that a replacement is easy, if either remote ever dies or wanders off, too.
While I love my Roku TCL TV one of the things I have come to hate about it is the included remote must be pointed directly at the bottom center of the screen to work. This is a royal pain. This replacement remote works on RF signals rather than IR so now I no longer have to do that. I can aim it anywhere and it works perfectly. It took me all of about 30 seconds to link it up with the TV and am supper happy with it. I tried the voice function and that seems to work fine too, but I bought it just so I would no longer have to accurately point the remote at the TV.
The TV is elderly (2013) and the Roku Streaming Stick is middle-aged (2016), and over the past six months the remotes have gotten ever more sluggish, and I have to keep inserting new batteries. I feared that the TV had gone past its sell-by date, but it’s hard to find one that fits in the rather cramped space allotted to it. And it was the Roku remote that was really dying, so I ordered this one as a replacement.
It was full of instructions on how to pair it with a Roku TV, so I figured that Panasonic was a lost cause, but no! I generally leave it tuned to AUX, which is the Roku channel, so I turned the TV on (using the Panasonic remote) and behold! Up came a message that the two of them were pairing, and they did. The off/on button on the Roku remote worked just fine, as did the Mute button and the volume control — and the voice control! When I was laughing so hard that I couldn’t finish a command, I was told that We don’t offer that feature yet. So I struggled to say Open and kept repeating myself. It said Thinking. Then it opened to a movie or TV show called, yes, Open!
So I’ve tossed the old remote and put the Panasonic remote where I can reach it in an emergency. I figure I’ve already got my twenty dollars’ worth of entertainment out of this wonderful gadget.
The Roku Voice Remote (Official) for Roku Players and Roku TVs was prchased by me to replace my old, broken remote that originally came with my Roku Streaming Stick 3600RW. I powered on the Roku while the batteries were not yet installed in the remote. As soon as the batteries were installed the pairing automatically began and it was up and running. I didn’t even have to use the button under the cover, it simply auto-ran! The pairing process asked if I wanted my tv (Samsung 6001) to work with the remote, and when I indicated yes, it walked me through an easy volume setting process and now I can power on/off my tv, adjust volume, and use mute all from the new remote. I don’t use the voice command option, as I simply prefer the buttons. Love it!
I have an older Roku 3 Model 4200 that came with an IR-Remote. I wanted to move up to this WiFi-Remote with voice recognition.
Initially, This new WiFi-remote would not “Pair” to my Roku-3 using the basic instructions that came in the box. I had to go through some additional procedures but in the end, i got it to work and it works great.
If you are having a “pairing” problem, give this a try. NOTE: this only works if you still have your older remote… if you are replacing a lost remote (meaning you dont currently have a remote) then this procedure wont work…
Look at your Roku for its Model number (not just Roku 2 or 3 etc, but the actual model number). Then Go to Wikipedia, search for the Roku wiki page, find your model number, then look under the column titled “Remote” and check that it says “WiFi”. If it only says “IR” then this new WiFi Remote may-not work for you.
Procedure to Pair the Remote to Roku player…
1. Power on the Roku and TV
Note that scrolling through screens as i describe below might be different on your Roku so just focus on finding the “Settings” and “Advanced settings” and “Remote” screens.
2. Using your OLD Remote… Scroll to “Settings” > “Advanced Settings” > “Add Devices” > “Remotes”, and make sure that the checkbox for “Add remotes” is checked. If box is checked then go to Step-3 (below). If box is NOT checked, then scroll to that check-box, hit the Select button to check that box. Then REBOOT your Roku and go to Step-3…
Note: (no batteries in new remote just yet).
3. Using your old IR remote, head to Settings, then Remotes (some boxes say Devices first, then Remotes) then Add a new remote.
4. Insert the batteries in your new Remote and then hold down the Pairing button for five seconds until green-light flashes (i did-not have to Hold the button down… the remote began flashing and went into pairing-mode the instant that i inserted the batteries). Within 10 seconds my Roku-player and remote paired-up and the new Remote was fully useable (FYI…the old remote will still work).
If the above doesnt work for you, try rebooting your Roku one more time. If that doesnt work then there is another issue you will need to search for.
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