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stevedog1 wrote:I have over 100 channels ( from just downloading them to see how they were and never deleted them!) and I've never had any issues in regards to memory. Perhaps if your trying to download all 300 available channels (currently) then you might have a problem. I personally do not see that ever happening in my household, especially since there's only a few that I actually watch Iike Facebook (to view pictures) Netflix, Crackle (free movies/tv shows), MLBTV (paid subscriptions), Pandora (music on my surround sound system) and YouTube (web videos).
When on long trips, I hook up to our dual headrest monitors (the DVD ones from Walmart) to my Roku using the standard video/audio jacks, and connect to my cellular hotspot for the kids to watch Netflix while on the road (using a dc/ac inverter to power the Roku, they both fit nicely under the passenger side seat).
These things are great and so portable you can bring them anywhere for entertainment.
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ZLoth wrote:How hard is it to set up the Wireless? My WiFI network is set up with WPA2 and a 63 character password. (Yes, friends are welcome on my network. Freeloaders are unwelcome) Can I hook up my laptop and access the WiFi settings there?
R u srius?
Talk about over kill
i am woot's god.
You're the giant Ken Jennings head? HOW DID YOU GET OUT?