This quick guide shows you how to check your Roku remote battery level.
The Roku remote is essential for a great streaming experience with your Roku device. So, if your Roku remote runs out of batteries, you can’t stream on Roku unless you use the Roku mobile app.
Hence, make sure you check the battery level of your Roku remote regularly before it runs out of battery.
How to Check Battery Level of Your Roku Remote
Follow the steps below to check the battery level of your Roku remote.
1. Go to Settings.
2. Select Remotes and Devices.
3. Select Remotes.
4. Then, select the remote that is paired with your Roku device.
5. Scroll down and select About.
You’ll find all the information about your remote, including the Battery Level, MAC address, Firmware version, remote name, and model.
Alternatively, you could just hold down the speaker button and say, “Battery level.” Then it will show what percentage of the batteries are in your remote.
Wrap-Up: Roku Remote Battery Level
Replace your remote batteries as soon as possible if they are low. Also, you might consider resetting your Roku remote if you’re experiencing continuous battery drain.
Let us know if you have any questions regarding checking the battery level of your Roku remote.