How to Enable Firefox for Android App to Stream Videos to TV through Roku Device?

Are you looking to watch your favorite videos on your TV that are streamed through Roku from Firefox for Android app? If yes, then you need to go to www Roku com link in order to know the process of the same.

No doubt, Roku itself is an excellent device for streaming online videos but a Firefox on Android brings the streaming experience to a new level. Watching amazing videos on this platform really leaves a great experience in user mind. This new casting feature allows all the Roku users to send their favorite videos from Firefox browser to the Roku device, which in turns allow you to watch the videos directly on the big screen.

Moreover, when you are watching videos on television, then you can also open web pages alongside. There is no need to keep your Android device in an active state. You can turn it off easily. It will not affect the running video. The complete guide to using this feature is presented in this blog post.

To set up a Firefox on your Roku for the very first time, then you are required to follow the below-mentioned steps and information.

The first and the foremost thing to do is ‘adding a Firefox channel’ to the Roku channel list. This step is applicable only for the first time users. Otherwise, you don’t need to do it again and again. To add, follow the below-mentioned points.

  1. First of all, check whether your Roku device and Android device are connected to the same home Wi-Fi network or not. If not, then connect them to the same Wi-Fi network. For any assistance and issue related to connectivity between Wi-Fi device and Roku, log onto www support Roku com page. All the instructions as well guide are available on this Roku help link.
  2. After connecting on the same network, launch a Firefox browser on the android device and then open the website that contains information related to the supported video formats by Roku player. Check whether the adobe flash player is enabled or disabled on your Android-based device. To play the videos through Roku player, you must disable or uninstall this flash player on your device. To uninstall it, go to ‘settings’ followed by ‘applications’.
  3. Now click on any video from the list of displayed videos to play it.
  4. After that, click on ‘send to’ icon, which is available on the top right corner of URL address bar. If this icon is hidden by the advertisements, then wait for seconds until the advertisement gets finished.
  5. In the ‘send’ to the icon, you will find a list of devices on which you want to send it. Click on Roku device from that list. If Roku not working properly, then go to Roku support page for further help.
  6. You will have to wait for a second until the video starts playing by itself. The buffering time of a video depends on your connection speed.
  7. Once started, you can easily pause or stop the videos on the Android device. The control options are given at the bottom of the device screen.

There isn’t any need for Roku setup for this feature as this won’t come into play during the streaming function from android device.

About the video controls:

There is no need to get tensed about the video control functions as everything is available on the android device screen corner during the video playback so you can easily swap across the web pages during the video playback without interrupting the current video. Moreover, you have the option to control the videos through Roku remote even.

The playback buttons are available on the Roku remote as well. You just need to explore these functions. Yes, if your video is not been playing properly, then the fault may lie in the HDMI cable even. Check the connection and see if there is any breakage in HDMI cable.

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