You might have turned on the Audio Guide on Roku TV, and that’s why your TV is narrating through voice while you make selections through the Roku Settings. Some Roku users find the Audio Guide to be very disturbing. However, if you don’t like it, you can turn off the voice on your Roku TV brands like Hisense and TCL anytime you want.
How to Turn Off Voice on Roku TV (Audio Guide)
To turn off the audio narration on Roku, you can use the methods available below:
- Turn Off Voice on Roku Using Settings Menu
- Turn Off Voice on Roku Using Remote Shortcut
Turn Off Voice on Roku Using Settings Menu
Pair your Roku remote with your TV and follow the steps below:
1. Go to the Settings option from the Roku home screen.
2. Scroll down from Settings and choose the Accessibility option.
3. Select the Screen Reader or Audio Guide option and turn it off.
Now, you have successfully turned off the audio narrator on Roku.
Turn Off Voice on Roku Using Remote Shortcut
You can turn off the audio narrator anytime you want by using a shortcut button on your remote. For that, you need to tweak the Settings a little.
1. Hit the Settings option from the home screen.
2. Scroll down and select Accessibility under the Settings menu.
3. Next, scroll down and choose the Shortcut option and enable it.
After enabling the Shortcut option from Accessibility, you can follow the steps below to turn off the audio narrator on Roku.
1. Make sure that Shortcut on Roku is On.
2. Press the Asterisk (*) button consequently on your Roku remote 4 times.
3. This will disable the audio Narrator on your Roku device.
Note: You can use a similar procedure to turn on the audio guide anytime you want.
How to Turn Off Voice on Roku Without Remote
You can also use the Roku remote app to turn off the Voice on Roku. For the same, you can refer to the section below:
1. Connect your Android or iOS device and Roku to the same wifi network.
2. Launch the Roku app on your Android or iOS devices.
3. Sign in with your Roku account.
4. Next, hit the Devices tab from the bottom of the interface.
5. Now, you can see a list of nearby Roku devices. From there, select your Roku device.
6. Once your Roku device is connected with the Roku app, hit the Remote tab.
Now, you can use the Remote interface to go to Settings > Accessibility > Audio Guide and turn off the audio guide.
That’s it, Guys! Now, you won’t have the trouble of hearing the audio narrator by Roku.