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  1. Just a heads up I bought a Roku streaming stick a few months ago... (to replace my XBOX One for streaming to my EMBY server) It works pretty darn well, but from the beginning the remote would randomly stop working. Had to take the batteries out and put them back in. Then it would work again. After a few months of this I finally went on-line to chat with Roku customer support. Asked them if they have had any calls regarding the remote... His response was surprising... "Actually that is the usual concern or problem of customers that are using the Roku stick". Huh? Really? Amazingly enough they have a software update out that might fix this issue. I updated mine and have not had an issue since then. Strange thing is I had to go into a hidden menu in the roku and install it manually... They didn't tell me it was a secret so here you go....... press these buttons using your Roku remote Home x5 , FF, PLAY, REW, PLAY, FF Select the Wifi remote OTA Select v34 (at this point I believe it installs the v34 software) Then press these buttons on the remote Home 5x,Fast Forward 3X, Rew 2X Now select update software (my version was 096.02E0336a and it wanted to install the SAME version number as I already had. That's what he wanted me to do and that's what I did) The Roku stick will reboot and that finishes the update. I went thru those menus pretty quick and will go back to see what was all in there. I know I saw some strength meters and a bunch of other stuff. Said IF that did not fix my remote issue to try a different wireless channel on my WIFI (interference with the remote). THIS IS JUST A FYI POST. I am pretty certain that this information is not in anyway breaking the EMBY code of conduct!
  2. LurchZA

    Video flickering

    Hi all, I am new to the whole Roku thing (I only received my Streaming Stick today. I've managed to successfully set the device up as well as install the Emby beta channel (I had to use the beta as I get an error trying to use the other release saying that my region is not supported for adding channels from the web interface and I couldn't find it listed in the channels on the device) Anyway, I have managed to connect to my media server and sign in, and all my content is visible. However, when I try play anything the video flickers, approximately every two seconds. The same content works fine from my server as well as my iOS and Android devices. Is there something obvious that I am missing here? I've searched the forum but didn't find anyone else having reported this. EDIT: I installed the RedBull TV app to test and video is also flickering on that. I have also tried running at both 720p as well as 1080p and it is exactly the same.
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