How to Reset Sling TV on Roku: Simple Fixes to Solve Streaming Issues

It can be frustrating when you’re all set to watch your favorite show on Sling TV, only to face streaming issues. If you’re facing such a problem on your Roku TV, don’t worry. Here are some simple ways to fix the Sling TV app and get back to streaming.

The first method is the easiest and most straightforward. Unplug your TV from the wall outlet and wait for 60 seconds before plugging it back in. This is different from turning your TV on and off with the remote control. It’s a hard reset of your TV, and it can often solve streaming issues.

If the first method doesn’t work, try unplugging the power to your router for 60 seconds before plugging it back in. This can often fix any Wi-Fi issues that may be causing streaming problems.

If neither of these methods work, try deleting the Sling TV app from your TV. Go to the app section on your system and remove the app altogether. Then reinstall the Sling TV app and log back in with your credentials. This should hopefully solve the issue.

If none of these methods work, you might want to consider buying an affordable Roku stick, Fire Stick, or Apple TV 4K and using it as your main streaming player. You’ll be able to access Sling TV through this device. Links to purchase these devices will be provided in the description below.

In conclusion, these simple fixes can help you get back to streaming your favorite shows on Sling TV. Remember to try each method in order and be patient while waiting for your TV and router to reset. We hope this blog post was helpful to you.