Unlisted channels, also known as non-certified channels are those used regularly by developers to test new stuff. Also, some of these non-official channels feature different content than the one the thousands available in Roku´s listing do. This feature makes these channels compelling to bored customers and curious wanderers alike.
- ■ Note that the hardest thing about adding a non-listed channel is to find it. You need to have the exact code to find it in the search.
Go to my.roku.com
Once there, it will ask you to login if you are not already.
Scroll down to ‘Manage Account’
Once you are logged in you will find ‘Add channel with a code’ under the header ‘Manage Account’.
Select ‘Add Channel With a Code’
Select the ‘Add channel’ option to add a channel with a code. Once you do, type the channel´s code in the space provided in the center of the page.
Accept the 'Warning' Sign
A Warning sign will pop up in your screen telling you that the channel you are about to see wasn´t reviewed by Roku. Adding a non-certified channel is something that users do under their own responsibility.
- ■ If Roku decides that the content in the channel contains any kind of illegal content, violates copyright and/or Roku´s terms and conditions, it might disable it without prior notice and also block your account from adding any other hidden channels in the future.
■ Roku´s terms and conditions apply to listed and unlisted channels, meaning that they are not allowed to feature pirate content.