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Please let me know that how to turn On/Off subtitles or closed captions on Roku. I am facing some issues in this while watching Roku. Hep me.
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Roku is a great streaming device that may easily become one of your favorite pastimes on a lazy Sunday. This little device can help you relax and recharge your batteries for the coming week, whether you're binge-watching TV shows or enjoying some oldies but goldies.
However, you are already aware of all of this. You may have gotten tired of subtitles on your Roku, or you may have switched them on by accident, or someone else may have set them on and kept them on.
If it's the latter, you wouldn't want to phone that individual and tell them that you can't work the subtitles, would you? You are not required to do so. Here's how to Turn On/Off Subtitles or Closed Captions on Roku.
When subtitles are displayed on a device, they are referred to as closed captions or abbreviated as CC.
Step 1: Startup your Roku
To turn off subtitles on Roku, you'll need to have your Roku turned on, as well as an Internet connection. Also, make sure you update the program first if it hasn't been updated in a while.
Step 2: Navigate to Settings
All of Roku's closed caption features are found in the Settings menu. You can choose whether you want closed captioning on all of your programs, none of your programs, or only when you replay a segment by changing these.
You can also upgrade your device or factory reset it from the Settings menu if necessary.
Step 3: Select the Accessibility Tab.
This is where you'll find closed captioning options. If you frequently watch shows with subtitles, “Captions preferred language” and “Captions style” may be beneficial, but they aren't relevant to this how-to. If you utilize closed captions frequently, however, it's worth a look.
Step 4: Choose “Captions Mode”
In caption mode, you can choose between three subtitle options: "off," "on always," or "on replay."
Step 5: Choose the Captions Mode that Best Suits your Needs.
"Off" and "On always" are self-explanatory when you're in the Captions mode tab. Select "Off" if you never want to see captions. If you want to see them all the time, choose "On always." Finally, "On replay" is a decent solution.
"On replay" is the option for you if you frequently find yourself saying, "What did they say?" when watching a TV show or movie and then rewinding to find out. When you rewind, captions will appear for a few seconds, but they will be turned off otherwise.
Roku will remember your closed captioning selections across apps after you pick them. Remember that by pressing the choices (*) button, you can change them on the fly. Clear the cache or factory reset your smartphone if you see any weird behavior.
While watching a movie or a show, you can also choose to have subtitles on or off.
Press the Start button on your Roku control. It'll bring up the Options menu.
Look for Closed Captioning.
You can select from a variety of alternatives.
You have the option to enable or disable closed captioning at any time using the procedures above. However, it will always contribute to a better viewing experience.