Are you ready for some Wifi action?

You probably have everything you need in front of you, right? Let’s get started on getting your device connected to WiFi. Don’t see your device here? Send in a request to the 24HourSupport team for assistance and we’ll get back to you.

  • Roku Wifi Connection
    1. Power on your Roku device
    2. From the home screen select Settings
    3. Select Network
    4. Select Wireless
    5. Your Roku device will now scan for all wireless networks in range
    6. Select your network name from the list and choose Connect & enter your wireless password for your WiFi
    7. Your wireless information should come up on the screen once the connection is successful. 
  • Apple TV Wifi Connection
    1. Navigate to Settings > General > Network
    2. Select Configure Wireless
    3. A list of wireless networks will appear. Select the network you wish to join
    4. Select Done
    5. If your wireless network requires a password, a keyboard will appear allowing you to enter the password using your remote.  After entering your password Select Done
    6. A “Connecting to wireless network” screen will appear
    7. After connecting, a “Connection Succeeded” screen will appear. Select Done. The screen should display your wireless information
  • Google Chromecast Wifi Connection
    1. Plug the male HDMI connector on the Chromecast into an HDMI port on your TV.2. Next, attach the included USB cable to the microUSB port in the Chromecast, and connect the other end of the USB cable to the power adapter, and plug it into an outlet. 3. Switch the input on your TV to the correct HDMI port.4.Connect your computer to a Wi-Fi network.5. Install Google’s Chrome browser on your Mac or PC; Chromecast won’t work with other browsers.6. Download the Chromecast utility at www.google.com/chromecast setup and install it on your computer.7. Launch the Chromecast utility, and it will immediately start searching for the Chromecast device.Once it connects, a code will appear both on your TV and PC.8. Press the button that says “That’s my Code” if the codes match.  

    9. Choose Your Wireless Network and connect to it. Here, you can also change the name of the Chromecast device.

    10. Once the Chromecast is connected, the “Ready to cast” screen will display indicating that the device has been set up.