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Red Light Is Flashing - "Roku Low Power" Warning

by Alice Garten Writer
Nowadays many Roku streaming players and Roku Streaming Stick can get powered by attaching to the USB port of the TV. However, in some cases, the USB power delivered by the TV is not up to the mark to power up the device. The same happens with the Roku device, Roku low power appears to be working, running with some insufficient power can cause crashing, instability, and other unacceptable behaviors.

Roku low power is distinguished in two different conditions.

Red Light is Blinking
In most Roku players a light is always present in front of every unit. Under normal operation either the light is white or OFF, and may sometime flash while you press buttons present over the remote control. However, it will FLASH RED when you find Roku low power or with insufficient power.

Note: If found the RED LIGHT not flashing and is in the SOLID state, it means your Roku player is overheating. So unplug and remove your Roku player immediately and refer to roku.com link

Roku Low Power On-Screen Warning
If your TV is delivering insufficient power to Roku player or Streaming Stick, you may see the following message the time you boots-up the device:


or

The current USB port on your TV will not power this Roku device. Please use the provided Roku USB power supply.

What should do over Low Power?
Verify that either are you using the same power USB cable that came with your Roku player or not?

If you are using any other USB cable which not came with your Roku player, it's good to replace it with the cable that comes with your Roku player.

Try a different USB Port

Some USB ports have different power characteristics. Connecting your Roku player or Roku Streaming Stick to a different USB port present on the smart TV may fix the issue.

Connect power to power-outlet

It is always recommended to use the power cord and power adapter that you received within the box. Connect the Roku player or streaming stick to a working electric power outlet/switch in the wall.

Connecting to an electric outlet/socket in the wall has the additional benefit that Roku player will not need an additional power-up every time you turn ON your smart TV. This means your Roku player will always remain up and running swiftly than it would be connected to a smart TV.

Activate Roku Wireless Device Using Roku Link Code
Basically, Roku Link Code allows setup Roku without the remote. Sometimes due to some technical issues or bugs, misplaced, or lost, you do not need to worry about the remote. Roku Link Code makes it easy to set up a Roku player. Simply just take a walk-through of the steps mentioned below:

1.  Click on Roku Link Code to download and install the Roku app.

2.  Once done open the application and Select Remote option.

3.  Connect Roku with your TV.

4.  Turn ON your TV and apply the correct HDMI input to it.

5.  Connect with the available WiFi network connection.

6.  Visit roku.com link and Enter the activation key.

7.  Follow the instructions as mentioned over the screen for a successful setup.

Note: If you still finding any difficulty regarding your Roku Setup feel free to drop your query in the comment box. We are eager to help you always.

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