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Roku Players Supported

Since day one, our users have been asking us for Roku support. We are super excited to be able to deliver it. There is a beautiful new interface with immersive channel art, a featured section with recommendations and faster, more responsive channel surfing.

You’ll also notice a lot of new channels like CNET, The Onion and IGN as well as blockbuster movies from Paramount, TV show favorites such as Inspector Gadget, and news from trusted sources like NBC News.

To download the Pluto TV Roku channel, please click here.

ROKU Channel Players Supported:

Our Pluto TV channel supports Firmware 7 or above. You can check this on your Roku by going to your "Home" screen, click on "Settings". Then, select "System". Click on "About" or hit "right arrow" to view your current software version.

We also currently only support High Definition and 16:9 aspect ratio display modes. Standard Definition and 4:3 aspect ratio are not supported.

Our channel is now available on these Rokus (running firmware v7.0 or above):

        Roku 4
        Roku 3
        Roku 1 with model number 2710X
        Roku SE with model number 2710X
        2015 Roku 2 with model number of 42XX
        HDMI Streaming Sticks with model number of 35XX

Our channel is not yet available on these Rokus:

        All Rokus with firmware versions below v7.0
        All Roku TVs - (including TCL Roku-enabled TV's)
        Roku HD 2500X
        Roku SD and HD-XR
        Roku 1 and Roku 2 with model numbers 27XX
        2011-2013 Rokus with model numbers of 2400, 2450, 2500, 26XX, 30XX, 31XX, 42XX.
        MHL Streaming Stick – model number of 34XX

We appreciate your patience as we work hard to offer support on more Roku devices. If you would like to be contacted as we have updates, please contact us directly at http://support.pluto.tv/hc/en-us/requests/new.

We are continuously improving our apps. Please send us your feedback! We’d love to hear from you.

Loading Issues Amazon Fire TV/Fire TV Stick

If you are experiencing any issues on your Amazon Fire TV or Amazon Fire TV Stick, you may want to clear your cache and data from the Pluto TV app.

To clear cache & data:

         1. Go to Settings
         2. Click on Apps
         3. Click on Manage All Applications
         4. Find Pluto TV
         5. Click Clear Cache & Data
         6. Reboot the Pluto TV app

If you have any further questions, please contact support.

Loading Issues Web

If you're having trouble getting a video to load try refreshing your browser. If that does not solve the issue try a different browser. Note: Pluto.TV works best in the latest versions of Chrome or Firefox.

If you have any further questions, please contact support.

Loading Issues Mobile

Mobile:

If you're having trouble getting a video to load try closing the app and reopening.

Please make sure that your device has the latest version of the Pluto TV app. If this doesn't resolve the issue we apologize but your device, carrier, android version, location or combination may be causing issue.
If you have any further questions, please contact support.

No Video/Audio Only Errors

You may be using an ad blocker or another browser plugin that may be interfering with the site. Please pause/disable it to experience Pluto.TV.

If you're still having issues, please contact support or submit a bug report below.

Submit a bug report:

Your feedback and know that it goes directly towards making our product even better for you. Glitches and bugs can occasionally happen and if you encounter one of these bugs, please report it to us using the guidelines below.

        1. Open your device's Settings
        2. Go to Developer Options
        3. Tap 'Take Bug Report' at the top
        4. Please wait a few minutes for the report to generate

When the report is ready, an email will be created for you that contains the necessary information. Please send the report to us directly at hello@pluto.tv

* Please Note: You may not see Developer Options available. To make it available, go to Settings > About Phone and tap Build number seven times.

Chromecast Connection Issues

If you are having issues connecting to Chromecast from your mobile device, please first make sure that both the mobile device and Chromecast are connected to the same WiFi network.

NOTE: Backgrounding the Pluto app OR turning off the screen will end the connection from the app to your Chromecast. Please keep the Pluto TV app opened to continue casting.

If that doesn't resolve the casting connection, please try the following:

         1. Restart your app session by closing the Pluto app and re-opening on your mobile device.
         2. Restart your network connection and reconnect both the Chromecast device and your mobile device to your network.
         3. Uninstall the Pluto app and reinstall from the app store.

If you have any further questions, please contact support.