How to Set up Roku TCL TV & Troubleshoot its Errors

Roku Tcl

There are many latest versions of  TCL TV. So, let us present some amazing features of this smart TV in front of you. In this post, you can also get to know about the set up of Roku TCL TV. Read on!

  1. Daily updates.
  2. Quick response capabilities.
  3. Customization to the fullest that consists of input naming.
  4. Inputs on the TV homepage.
  5. It also offers more advanced applications than any other smart TV.
  6. 4K Spotlight and 4K apps category available.
  7. Pause the live TV.

Note: If you want to enjoy the various benefits offered by the Roku TCL TV, then you have to set it up using a stable WiFi connection.

Set Up Roku TCL TV Using WiFi Connection

You have to ensure that you have a wireless network name (SSID) and password for this process.

  1. Click the Home button on your remote to open the main screen of the TV.
  2. Scroll down and choose the “Settings” option.
  3. Click the right-arrow button and choose the “Network” option.
  4. Now, click on the right-arrow button and choose the “Wireless” option.
  5. Then, your TCL TV will scan for the available WiFi network name (SSID).
  6. Scroll down and choose your preferred wireless network name from the displayed list.
  7. Hit the OK button.
  8. If the network is protected by the password, then you can utilize the onscreen keyboard to type the wireless network password.
  9. Scroll down and then highlight the “Connect” option and press the OK button.

Now, submit the network password and your TV will display the messages that will verify the WiFi connection. Once your TV is connected to the WiFi network, the software will automatically download the latest updates available.

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Now, in the next step, we will discuss TCL Roku TV setup for an Ethernet connection. Keep reading!

TCL Roku TV Setup

Follow the setup steps given below for connecting your TV to the WiFi network using an Ethernet cable.

  1. Link an Ethernet cable from your WiFi router or the broadband modem to your TV.
  2. Now, on your Roku TCL TV, hit the Home button.
  3. The main screen will appear.
  4. Scroll down and choose the “Settings” option.
  5. Click on the right-arrow and choose the “Network” option.
  6. Select the “Wired Ethernet” option and your TCL TV will check the connectivity with your home network.

Once the TCL Roku TV is set up successfully, the TV will automatically search for the new updates available. You must download the updates. As these updates offers new features and enhance the overall security. Once the latest updates downloaded successfully, you will experience some of the amazing features of the TV.

Note: During the setup process, make sure that you have Roku activation code handy with you. For any assistance, visit

Are you facing issues with TCL Roku TV? You have to read this first.

Fix TCL Roku TV Errors

Troubleshooting the error codes in the WiFi network during TCL Roku TV setup.

Error 009

This code shows that your Roku TCL TV is connected to your WiFi router or modem but not having the internet access. To check the internet connection, grab a computer, laptop or tablet to verify the internet connection. If no connection is detected, contact your internet service provider (ISP) or restart your router or modem.

Error 12

Error 12 is an Ethernet related error. For this, you have to check that you have connected your TV to your modem or router properly via Ethernet cable. If the problem still persists, then apply the following things.

  1. Restart your TV.
  2. Make sure that the latest version of firmware is up-to-date on your WiFi router or modem.
  3. Reset your device (modem or router).
  4. Ensure that you have link code and a valid Roku account.

To know more about the process of TCL TV setup, contact the team of finest technicians in the world through a toll-free number mentioned above.

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