2020 Non-Certified | Private Channels
Non-Certified | Private Roku Channels
|Channel||Name||Description||Code||+ADD Channel (*)|
|Adult (18+)||Adult channel listings (external site)||+ADD Channel|
|Airy TV||Airy TV’s beta application||code: XDTHQLV||+ADD Channel|
|Free2View TV||Free2View TV. The best mix of free, publicly available live streams from around the internet!||6DRC595||+ADD Channel|
|Twoku (Twitch Reloaded)||An Improvable™ Twitch app for Roku. Still a little buggy, so feel free to suggest improvements (and code and features).||TWOKU||+ADD Channel|
|Ixerm||Watch Mixer on Roku!||KDNVTVD||+ADD Channel|
Non-Certified channels can only be installed on a Roku® device by using the channel’s dedicated access code (e.g. “FG324”) provided by the developer of the channel, and therefore are not found in the Roku Channel Store. Non-certified channels may be used by channel developers for testing, or to limit access to their channel to a smaller set of our users. Users should take caution when using non-certified channels.
Q: How do I add a non-certified channel to my Roku player?
A: To download and install a non-certified channel:
- Go to my.roku.com on your computer or smartphone.
- If prompted, sign in to your Roku account.
- Under Manage account select Add channel with a code.
- Enter the channel access code received from the channel provider and select Add Channel.
- Acknowledge the warning message that appears: