Once you connect it to Wi-Fi, your Roku TV will automatically remember your Wi-Fi data and connect in the future. If you want to disconnect from your wireless network, you can have your Wi-Fi data forgotten.
This process is simple, but the option is a bit buried. To find it, press the “Home”
On the Settings screen, navigate to System> Advanced System Settings> Network Connection Reset.
Select the “Reset connection” option and press the “OK” button on your remote control. Your Roku will reboot and it will take a while for the Wi-Fi network details to be forgotten.
Now the Roku smart TV cannot track what you are watching.
If you ever want to reconnect to your Wi-Fi network in the future, you can reenter your Wi-Fi information on the Roku TV’s settings screen.
Obviously network connected functions will not work if you are not connected to the network. For instance, you cannot use apps like YouTube or features like Apple AirPlay built into your TV. However, if you’re using a separate streaming box, that streaming box will work fine as long as it’s connected to the internet.
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