Okay, guys, here we are, breaking up with Netflix on a Roku device. Why? Not important. You may not like the content or maybe you want to switch to another service. Or even better, you may want to sign someone else out of your Netflix account. To make this process as easy as possible, I will list several ways how to log out of Netflix on Roku.
Let’s not forget that there are different methods for signing out of Netflix on older Roku devices when compared to the latest ones. No worries, I’ll cover all of them!
How-to logout of netflix on roku 1
Wondering how to sign out from Netflix on your Roku device? It depends on what Roku device you have. For Roku 1:
- Turn on your Roku device.
- Use the remote to access Settings.
- Find Netflix Settings by scrolling through the menu.
- Select “Deactivate this player” from My Netflix Account.
- Click “Yes” to confirm the action, and you’re out.
Keep reading to learn how to log out from Netflix on other Roku devices!
All Roku Streaming Devices
Roku has a long history when it comes to streaming devices, dating way back to 2008. Yes, I’m talking about the first generation of Roku streaming devices, the Roku DVP N1000. Interestingly, this first streaming device was developed in collaboration with Netflix.
Since 2008, we have enjoyed seeing more than 20 models of Roku streaming devices. Some of them (first-generation devices) are legacy models, meaning the manufacturing has been discontinued, and you cannot update the system any longer.
Second-generation devices are still supported for updates, and you are able to update the system on your Roku device, despite the fact it was manufactured five or more years ago. Though it’s worth mentioning that older devices have some limitations, so users might experience issues with them.
Let’s check the list of all Roku streaming players.
|Roku Models||Generation||Year of Release||Supported for Updates|
|Roku DVP N1000||First||2008||❌|
|Roku SD N1050||First||2009||❌|
|Roku HD N1100||First||2009||❌|
|Roku HD-XR N1101||First||2009||❌|
|Roku HD 2000C||First||2010||❌|
|Roku XD 2050X, 2050N||First||2010||❌|
|Roku XDS 2100X, 2100N||First||2010||❌|
|Roku 2 HD 3000||Second||2011||✅|
|Roku 2 XD 3050||Second||2011||✅|
|Roku 2 XS 3100||Second||2011||✅|
|Roku LT 2400X, 2450X||Second||2011/12||✅|
|Streaming Stick MHL (3400, 3420)||Second||2012||✅|
|Roku Streaming Stick, HDMI (3500)||Second||2014||✅|
|Roku 3 4200||Third||2013||✅|
|Roku 3 4230||Third||2015||✅|
|Roku LT (2700)||Third||2013||✅|
|Roku 1, SE (2710)||Third||2013||✅|
|Roku 2 (2720)||Third||2013||✅|
|Roku 3 (4200)||Third||2013||✅|
|Roku 2 (4210)||Third||2015||✅|
|Roku 3 (4230)||Third||2015||✅|
|Roku 4 (4400)||Fourth||2015||✅|
|Roku Streaming Stick (3600)||Fourth||2016||✅|
|Roku Express (3700)||Fifth||2016||✅|
|Roku Express+ (3710)||Fifth||2016||✅|
|Roku Premiere (4620)||Fifth||2016||✅|
|Roku Premiere+ (4630)||Fifth||2016||✅|
|Roku Ultra (4640)||Fifth||2016||✅|
|Roku Express (3900)||Sixth||2017||✅|
|Roku Express+ (3910)||Sixth||2017||✅|
|Roku Streaming Stick (3800)||Sixth||2017||✅|
|Roku Streaming Stick+ (3810)||Sixth||2017||✅|
|Roku Ultra (4660)||Sixth||2017||✅|
|Roku Premiere (3920)||Seventh||2018||✅|
|Roku Premiere+ (3921)||Seventh||2018||✅|
|Roku Ultra (4661)||Seventh||2018||✅|
|Roku Streaming Stick+ (3810)||Eighth||2019||✅|
|Roku Express, SE, LE (3930)||Eighth||2019||✅|
|Roku Express+ (3931)||Eighth||2019||✅|
|Roku Premiere (3920)||Eighth||2019||✅|
|Roku Ultra LT (4662)||Eighth||2019||✅|
|Roku Ultra (4670)||Eighth||2019||✅|
|Roku Ultra (4800)||Ninth||2020||✅|
|Roku Streambar (9102)||Ninth||2020||✅|
|Roku Express 4K (3940)||Ninth||2021||✅|
|Roku Express 4K+ (3941)||Ninth||2021||✅|
|Roku Streaming Stick 4K (3820)||Tenth||2021||✅|
|Roku Streaming Stick 4K+ (3821)||Tenth||2021||✅|
|Roku Ultra LT (4801)||Tenth||2021||✅|
|Roku Streambar Pro (9101)||Tenth||2021||✅|
|Roku Ultra (4802R)||Eleventh||2022||✅|
|Roku Express (3960)||Eleventh||2022||✅|
So, if you have Roku 1, 2, 3, or 4, you have an older model (third or fourth generation) manufactured from 2011 to 2015. Starting in 2016, Roku moved away from this naming convention and now offers a range of devices under different series names, such as Roku Express, Roku Premiere, Roku Streaming Stick, Roku Streambar, and Roku Ultra.
Currently, Roku is manufacturing seven streaming devices models:
- Roku Express
- Roku Express 4K+
- Roku Streaming Stick 4K
- Roku Streaming Stick 4K+
- Roku Ultra
- Roku Streambar
- Roku Streambar Pro
And are you wondering which are the most popular Roku models? Here’s the list.
|Roku Express 4K+||HDMI, 4K picture, HDR color, Remote Control, App Control, Supported Internet Services Netflix||Check Price on Amazon|
|Roku Express||HD Streaming Device with High-Speed HDMI Cable and Simple Remote (no TV controls), Guided Setup, and Fast Wi-Fi, 2022||Check Price on Amazon|
|Roku Ultra||4K/HDR/Dolby Vision Streaming Device and Roku Voice Remote Pro with Rechargeable Battery, Hands-Free Voice Controls, Lost Remote Finder, and Private Listening||Check Price on Amazon|
|Roku Streaming Stick 4K||Streaming Device 4K/HDR/Dolby Vision with Roku Voice Remote and TV Controls||Check Price on Amazon|
|Roku Ultra||Connectivity Technology: Bluetooth, USB, Supported Internet Services: Netflix, Hulu, Remote Control and Voice Control||Check Price on Amazon|
Logging out of netflix on different roku devices
Okay, let’s see how you can log out of Netflix on Roku devices. Depending on your Roku device, there are several ways to do that, so bear with me. We’ve arranged them by the Roku models below:
Roku 1 – Sign out through Settings
So, you have an older version of the Roku device, and you’re wondering how to log out from Netflix on Roku. No worries, just follow the steps.
- Power on your Roku device.
- Use the remote to enter Settings.
- Find Netflix Settings by going through the menu.
- Select Deactivate this player from My Netflix account option.
- Confirm by clicking Yes.
Roku 2 – Use the Star Button
If you have Roku 2, to get to the Sign Out screen, you need to follow the procedure:
- Select the Netflix channel from your Roku Home screen.
- Press the Star button on your remote.
- Select Remove channel from the pop-up on your screen.
- Confirm by clicking again on the Remove channel option.
- The system will remove Netflix from the list of your channels.
Need a video tutorial? Here’s one that gets right to the point.
Roku 3, 4, & Streaming Sticks From Netflix on your Roku device
- Go to your Home screen and choose the Netflix channel.
- From the menu on the left side of the screen, choose the Get Help Menu.
- At the very bottom of the list, you will see the Sign-out option.
- Select it, and confirm by clicking Yes on the pop-up.
Up – Down – Left – Right
If the previous method was unsuccessful, try using your remote to log out of Netflix from your Roku.
- You have the same starting point — go to the home screen and choose the Netflix channel.
- And now start playing samba with your remote (not literally), using the Up, Down, Left, and Right arrows.
- Press: Up, Up, Down, Down, Left, Right, Left, Right, Up, Up, Up, Up (make sure to follow the exact sequence).
- If you’ve done everything successfully, you should see “Deactivate” or “Sign Out” on your screen.
- Select it, and voila, you’re signed out!
New series of roku devices – roku app
If you have Roku Express, Roku Express 4K+, Roku Streaming Stick 4K, Roku Streaming Stick 4K+, Roku Ultra, Roku Streambar, or Roku Streambar Pro you probably have the Roku app on your phone (whether it’s iPhone or Android).
And guess what? You can sign out from Netflix on a Roku device through the app.
- Launch the Roku App.
- Check whether the Roku account is the one you want to sign out from Netflix.
- Select My Channels from the top of the app.
- Open Netflix.
- Tap the Menu at the top left corner of the screen.
- Select the Sign-out option (at the end of the list).
- Click Yes on the pop-up that will show up on your screen.
- And you’re signed out from Netflix!
Sign out from netflix on roku tv
How to log out from Netflix on Roku TV? A simple question deserves a simple answer. Just follow the procedure.
- Go to your Home screen and select the Netflix channel.
- Opt for the “Get Help” menu from the left-hand side menu.
- At the bottom of the list, you’ll find the “Sign-out” option.
- Click on it and confirm by selecting “Yes” in the pop-up window.
Sounds familiar? Well, yes — it’s the same procedure for most Roku devices.
Frequently Asked Questions
Why can’t I log out of Netflix on Roku?
Well, a long list of issues might occur, causing the stubbornness of your Netflix on a Roku device.
• Temporary glitches: Temporary technical glitches can sometimes prevent you from signing out. To solve the issue, just restart your Roku device.
• Outdated Netflix app or Roku firmware: Ensure that your Netflix and Roku firmware are up-to-date. Check for available updates.
• Connectivity issues: Poor or unstable internet connection can cause problems when trying to sign out of Netflix. Try using a stable internet connection.
• You have an older Roku model: Yes, that sometimes might cause problems with signing out.
• Cache or data issues: Sometimes cache or data issues might cause problems signing out of Netflix from Roku.
How do I force Netflix to log out?
Well, there’s one way to force Netflix to log out, not just from one, but from all your devices — through your Netflix account.
• Go to Netflix.com.
• Click on your profile icon located in the upper-right corner.
• Following that, click on “Account.”
• Proceed to click “Sign Out of All Devices.”
• Click “Sign Out,” and you’re done! You’re logged out of Netflix from all devices.
How do I change Netflix accounts?
Netflix offers a great deal of flexibility to its users. You can create, change, or delete profiles. If you want to change the profile, you need to follow these steps:
• Open Netflix.com on your browser.
• Open the Manage profiles page.
• If using the Netflix app, just click on the profile icon or the Menu icon
You can customize or delete profiles by changing the name, image, or language on the profile.
How to log out of Netflix on Roku? It’s easy; all you have to know which Roku device and model you have because the procedure differs for all Roku devices.
If you have some older models, you might have issues with logging out, but in the end, you can always log out of Netflix on all devices and solve the problem.
If you know some other method (that worked), feel free to share it with us!