Yesterday we pennyless a news that we can now expel YouTube TV to Roku players from phones and tablets. Many readers wrote in not certain accurately how that works.
Update: Google usually updated YouTube TV to lift support for Roku Players. Details can be found HERE.
So we wanted to take a notation and explain how casting YouTube TV to Roku players works. (For now this usually works on Android phones and tablets.)
Here is a video demo of how to watch YouTube TV on your Roku app:
You can also follow these steps:
- Make certain we have a YouTube Roku Channel commissioned on your Roku Player.
- Next, download a YouTube TV app to your phone or tablet.
- Sign in or signup for YouTube TV.
- Start personification a channel we wish to watch.
- Tap on a video on your phone or inscription to find a expel symbol in a top-right dilemma of a video.
- Click on that video and name a actor we wish to expel a video to.
NOTE: Your Roku and phone or inscription contingency all be on a same Wi-Fi network. Your Roku actor or TV contingency also be incited on.
There we go. You can now suffer a YouTube TV on your Roku player.
Side Note: There is still zero posted about this on Roku or Google’s website. It is probable this was expelled early by mistake and could be incited off.
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