Purchase an Xfinity TV device that is compatible. At the time of publishing, it appears that a variety of Roku devices, including the following, are deemed compatible with Xfinity TV devices: Roku Ultra+Roku Express+Roku Streaming Stick+Roku YouTube TV Amazon Fire TV Google Chromecast Apple TV.
The Xfinity Stream app is now available in beta on Roku devices, as well as select Samsung and LG smart TVs, but you must be connected to your home Xfinity internet to utilize it. The app is not accessible on Apple TV or Fire TV, but if you have a PC, you may utilize screen sharing to get Xfinity on your TV in an emergency.
The Xfinity TV app for Roku players and TVs will enable access to live and on-demand content, including local broadcast and public, educational, and governmental channels. Customers with Xfinity may also see their cloud-based DVR recordings on Roku devices in their homes. The app is expected to be available later this year.
Roku Activation of the Xfinity Stream Beta App Open the Xfinity Channel app in the Roku Channel Store and select Sign In. On your Roku or Roku-connected device, you'll see the "Activation Code" screen. From another device, navigate to xfinity.com/authorize (like a mobile phone, tablet, or desktop-not from your Roku). Enter your email address and password when prompted and click Authorize. Your Roku will receive an activation code via email.
1 On your Roku device, navigate to the "XFINITY Stream Beta" channel. On your Roku control, press the OK button. 3 From the activation code screen, connect to https://xfinity.com/authorize on a computer or mobile device and input the 6-digit code displayed on your Roku. 4 Select "I accept," then enter the email address used to set up your XFINITY account.
On Roku devices, watch TV through the Xfinity Stream Beta channel. Customers that have Xfinity TV, Instant TV, or Xfinity on Campus will be at ease! NEW ADDITION TO THE Xfinity Stream Beta App! (* Start Page) On the redesigned landing screen, you can easily access your recently viewed episodes, channels, movies, and highlighted content. Using the search function, you can find anything on Roku instantly. Type a movie title or show name into the search box to view results for what you're looking for.
The Xfinity Stream Beta app allows customers with an active Xfinity.com account and a Roku device to stream TV shows and movies from Netflix, Hulu, Amazon Prime, and more directly to their TVs. The app is free to download and use. However, it should be noted that like any other app, what you watch within the app can be watched again for free in the regular Xfinity Stream or Xfinity On Demand apps.
For example, if you were to browse through the Roku Channel Store and found a show you wanted to watch but didn't have time for then you could quickly stream it via the Xfinity Stream Beta app instead. When you first open up the app you will be taken to a Start page where you can select which service you would like to stream from. These include Netflix, Hulu, Amazon Prime Video, HBO Now, Showtime Anytime, Crackle, Fox Now, and more.
Comcast revealed this week that Roku owners may now get Comcast programming using those set-top boxes rather than regular cable boxes. To do so, simply download the Xfinity TV beta app to your Roku device, link your account, and you're ready to go. The app is available for free on most Roku devices and Android phones.
Here's how it works: When you want to watch cable TV through the app, just search for "Comcast" in the Roku Search bar. Then select "Comcast Xfinity" as your source. You can also view personalized recommendations for shows and movies based on what you like and who else is watching together with updates to your subscribed channels.
The new feature is expected to be rolled out to more customers over time.
Now you can search for shows across all channels. Find a show on any channel and tap to start watching.
Not a Xfinity subscriber? No problem. Sign up for a free trial to see how you like it. If you cancel your subscription before your trial period is over, you won't be charged.
Requires either an Amazon Alexa device or Google Assistant connected to Wi-Fi with an existing Amazon Prime membership. Not available in all countries.