The Roku TV provides a good mix of settings that are specifically for the television that you have and the Roku software that you use to control that TV. But, if this is the first time you have used Roku TV, then it’s probably a little different than the standard way of navigating TV menu controls to which you have previously become accustomed.
Fortunately you are able to control most of these settings, it’s just done through the Roku menu. Our tutorial below will show you how to adjust the brightness on your Roku TV if you find that it is either too dim or too bright.
Other set top streaming devices like the Amazon Fire Tv have settings you can change as well. Our Firestick screensaver guide can show you how to change or remove the screensaver, for example.
How to Adjust the Roku TV Brightness
The steps in this article were performed on an Insignia TV using the Roku TV software. These steps should be the same for other Roku TVs made by other manufacturers. Note that you won’t be able to adjust the brightness from a standalone Roku box like the Roku Premiere Plus or the Roku Ultra. This only works on the TV models that come with the Roku TV software.
Step 1: Select Settings from the left menu.
Step 2: Scroll down and choose the TV picture settings option.
Step 3: Select the TV brightness option.
Step 4: Choose the brightness option that you want to use for your TV.
Do you dislike the beeping sound that you hear when you press a button to navigate the menu on your Roku TV? Find out how to turn off the Roku TV menu clicks so that you can navigate that menu in silence.
If you seem to be stuck in the wrong Amazon account on your Roku, then check out this tutorial on how to sign out of Prime Video on Roku and find out how to use a different account.
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