· Navigate to the settings menu on your TV through the Roku remote.; Open “System” and Select “Advanced System Settings“.; Highlight the “Network Connection Reset” and click on “OK“. Initiating Network Connection Reset Setting; Enter the code displayed on the screen in order to initiate the reset Note: It is displayed for some models while for the others it isn’t.
You should now be connected to your wireless network. If the underlying reason for the Error Code 014 was outdated wireless firmware, connecting your Roku using an Ethernet cable allows the Roku to download the lastest and greatest firmware. If this didn't work …
The Roku 3 is a great media streamer and generally speaking, it’s a breeze to set up. But during my experience setting it up at home, I found that it had one major flaw: it struggled to connect to my Wi-Fi network.. In fairness it isn’t entirely Roku’s fault, it just seems like the Roku boxes don’t play nice with a bunch of routers (including my Virgin Media SuperHub 2), so when you ...
· I found a solution to resolving the infamous code 014 issue that I haven't seen anywhere else. 1) Connect your Roku to your modem via Ethernet connection. 2) Complete setup of Ethernet connection. 3) While Ethernet connection is active, go back and choose the wireless connection option. 4) After choosing the wireless option, choose your network.