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Yes. 1st unit failed after 3 months. Contacted Roku and after going back and forth about the quality of my home network, they sent me a replacement. I had to pay to ship it back. Received 2nd unit and it failed in two months. Both units dropped WiFi. I have an old Roku 3 and it has never had a problem with home network… see more Yes. 1st unit failed after 3 months. Contacted Roku and after going back and forth about the quality of my home network, they sent me a replacement. I had to pay to ship it back. Received 2nd unit and it failed in two months. Both units dropped WiFi. I have an old Roku 3 and it has never had a problem with home network. Now, I am going round and round with Roku support about my home network. Keep in mind that I have repeatedly told them that my Roku 3 has no issues nor do the other WiFi dependent equipment. see less Yes. 1st unit failed after 3 months. Contacted Roku and after going back and forth about the quality of my home network, they sent me a replacement. I had to pay to ship it back. Received 2nd unit and it failed in two months. Both units dropped WiFi. I have an old Roku 3 and it has never had a problem with home network. Now, I am going round and round with Roku support about my home network. Keep in mind that I have repeatedly told them that my Roku 3 has no issues nor do the other WiFi dependent equipment.
Amazon Customer
· July 21, 2019
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Yes. WWE Network is available on a wide variety of Roku devices. See this link for the full list: https://help.wwe.com/Answer/detail/60
Daniel O.
· June 15, 2019
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Yep that’s why I bought this. Works perfectly.
Thomas Cooke
· October 23, 2019
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Yes! It requires a subscription to Starz, but if you have one, just add the Starz app to your roku. If you don't already have starz, you can get a 7 day trial free thru roku. Comcast/xfinity does not allow subs to log in to this channel at this time, however.
S. Palumbo
· August 12, 2019
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Yes. My friends uses a hot spot to use hers.
corinne
· April 1, 2020
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Kanopy is available on any current roku? Just go to "search streaming channels", type in "Kanopy" and it will show up. Make sure you have a current library card (Kanopy is operated by a library supply co in the midwest). I've used Kanopy (by way of Los Angeles public library) and its a good channel.
T. Walters
· May 2, 2019
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Yes
Carl Jones
· June 11, 2019
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I've never used it, but it's on there.
Nick
· July 29, 2019
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what is Xfinity
Amazon Customer
· October 10, 2019
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NOPE. Comcast is your TV program $$$$ CASH cow. Roku operates only off your internet service and most programming is FREE. They are not connected in any way and therefore THEIR DVR will not record any Roku free stuff. Roku can be hooked up to just about any smart TV and operates 100% independently of your cable tv … see more NOPE. Comcast is your TV program $$$$ CASH cow. Roku operates only off your internet service and most programming is FREE. They are not connected in any way and therefore THEIR DVR will not record any Roku free stuff. Roku can be hooked up to just about any smart TV and operates 100% independently of your cable tv provider's equipment. see less NOPE. Comcast is your TV program $$$$ CASH cow. Roku operates only off your internet service and most programming is FREE. They are not connected in any way and therefore THEIR DVR will not record any Roku free stuff. Roku can be hooked up to just about any smart TV and operates 100% independently of your cable tv provider's equipment.
loumann
· February 14, 2020