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As we strive to continue improving the viewing experience of our end-users, we recently released a new software update to 6-Series TVs featuring Google TV. Your television should update automatically.
There are three 3 ways to connect your cable or satellite service on your TCL Roku TV, and here is a video on how to easily set it up. You can also refer to the step-by-step instructions below, select your preferred connection.
We recommend connecting your cable or satellite receiver using an HDMI cable. This is the easiest method to connect your devices, and provides the highest quality of video and sound.
Select Rename Input and press the OK button. If the best available connection on your receiver is a composite video output, you can easily plug it to the TV using an RCA cable not provided. Once you press done, it will bring you to the Home screen. The Antenna TV tile should display the input's preview as shown below. Select the input tile and press the OK button to start enjoying shows from your cable subscription. Select R ename Input and press the OK button. Please try another search or type in your model .
If the receiver if powered on and cables are properly plugged your TV will recognize the connection. Scanning for channels can take several minutes. In the next step, your TV will try to find cable channels available through your paid subscription.
When the channel scan is completed, the TV will display a message indicating the of channels found and information about editing the channel lineup.
You can choose: Done — keeps the current channel list and exits to the Antenna TV. Tunes the first channel found other than analog 3 or 4 Search for channels again — in case they were expecting the TV to find more channels that it did. Searching for channels clears the channel list and starts over.
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