Step 1: Make sure your Roku device and TV are compatible.
Check the Roku Remote user manuals of or the manufacturer’s website for compatibility details.
Make sure your devices are functioning properly.
Step 2: Establish a direct remote connection.
Turn on your TV and Roku device.
Make sure your device is in direct line-of-sight of the TV and unobstructed by any objects.
Open the battery compartment of your remote and locate the pairing button.
Press and hold the pairing button until the pairing light on the remote begins flashing.
On your TV, locate the pairing button or sensor, which is typically found on the back of the TV near the HDMI ports.
Press and hold the TV’s pairing button until the pairing light starts flashing.
Wait for the remote and TV pairing lights to stabilize, indicating a successful connection.
Step 3: Test the Roku remote functionality.
Verify that the remote can control the basic functions of your TV, such as adjusting the volume, changing channels, and powering the TV on and off.
Step 4: Troubleshooting tips Roku Remote.
Energize your Roku remote with new batteries.
Restart your Roku device and TV by unplugging them from the power source, waiting for a few seconds, and then plugging them back in.
Double-check the compatibility of your Roku device and TV to ensure they are compatible with each other.
Make sure there are no objects blocking the signal between your remote and TV.
Connecting your Roku remote to your TV without Wi-Fi is a useful workaround when internet connectivity is not available. By following the steps outlined in this blog post, you can establish a direct connection between the remote and the TV, allowing you to enjoy your Roku device even in offline scenarios.
Here are some additional tips to help you connect your Roku remote to your TV without Wi-Fi:
Make sure your TV is turned on and in the correct input mode.
Keep the remote close to the TV when pairing.
Avoid placing any objects between the remote and TV.
If you’re still having trouble connecting, try restarting your Roku device and TV.
I hope this helps!