Smart TVs with Roku OS are known as Roku TVs. Similar to Roku streaming devices, it uses LAN cable or WiFi to connect to the internet and broadcast video from various apps. The Roku TV will automatically remember and connect to the specific WiFi once you’ve joined it to a network. Disconnecting the Roku TV from the existing WiFi is required in order to connect to a new network.
How to Disconnect Roku TV from WiFi
All Roku TV brands, including Hisense, TCL, JVC, Sharp, Philips, Sanyo, Element, and RCA, can disconnect WiFi using the steps below.
- To access the Home screen, press the Home button on your Roku remote.
- Using the OK button, navigate to the Settings menu and choose it.
- Select System from the options by scrolling down.
- Select the Advanced System Settings menu on the System Settings page.
- Choose Reset Connection from the menu, then choose Network Connection Reset.
- Watch for Roku TV to unplug from WiFi.
- Connect your Roku TV to the new WiFi network after cutting off your WiFi connection.
How to Disconnect Roku TV from WiFi Without Remote
- You’ll need an Android or iOS smartphone for this procedure.
- Join your smartphone to the same WiFi network as your Roku TV.
- On your Android or iPhone smartphone, download the Roku Mobile app.
- Open the app, then select the Devices tab.
- After choosing your Roku TV, select the Remote option.
The remote will now show up on your phone’s screen. After that, go to Roku TV’s Settings and disconnect the WiFi by following the steps listed above.
How to Reconnect Roku TV to WiFi
- Go to Settings > Select Network > Set up connection from the Roku home screen.
- Toggle Wireless.
- Enter your WiFi password after choosing your network.
- Lastly, select Connect.
Frequently Asked Questions
- Check the internet connection. >
- Roku should be restarted before you connect to the internet.
- Reset your wireless router.
- Put the Roku TV closer to the router.
- Connect to the internet with a LAN cable.