If the History Channel mobile application is not working on your Roku device, there are several troubleshooting solutions that you can try to solve this problem.
The History Channel mobile application has many of the shows that people enjoy from the History Channel.
This application can be downloaded on Roku devices, but if it is not working correctly, there are several troubleshooting options that you can try to fix this problem.
About History Channel
The HISTORY mobile application is available to download and stream from on your Roku device.
This means that you can have access to many of the History Channel’s shows, like Ancient Aliens, The Curse of Oak Island, Pawn Stars, Ice Road Truckers, Forged in Fire, Swamp People, Counting Cars, and more from your Roku TV device.
This History Channel mobile application can be downloaded and added to your channel list on your Roku device for free, but you need to have an active TV provider subscription to use when you sign in to access some of the content on the application.
History Channel not working on Roku
Since this mobile application allows you to stream so many of the History Channel’s most popular shows, it is common for many households to install this application on their Roku devices in their homes.
However, if you are one of the Roku users who have found that when you try to open the History Channel mobile application on your Roku device, it does not want to open at all, it opens and then closes immediately, or it is very slow once you have opened it, you are not alone in this problem.
Many Roku users have complained that their History Channel mobile applications are not working correctly.
Unfortunately, the variety of the nature of these complaints also means that there could be many different reasons why the application is not working or is malfunctioning on your Roku device.
Since it is just a single application on your Roku device that is not working, the reasons for the History Channel application not working could range from connectivity issues and hardware issues with your Roku device, to your router or remote being faulty, or even software issues.
As a result of the variety of things that could be the cause of specific applications not working on your Roku device, the best course of action to solve the problem is to try a few troubleshooting methods or solutions on your device to see if any of them fix the problem.
Some of the most common troubleshooting solutions are, restarting your devices, reinstalling the History Channel application, and resetting your Roku device to its factory default settings.
Restarting your devices
Restarting your devices can often be a good first step in resetting your entire system, which is a good short-term solution for specific applications not working. The process to restart these devices is:
|Roku device||In the settings menu, navigate to the “System” section and select the “Power” and then “System Restart” options.|
|Wi-Fi router and modem||Unplug the power cable from your router and modem and let them cool off for a few minutes before you plug them in again.|
Reinstalling the History Channel mobile application
When you are experiencing issues with an application on your Roku device, like the History Channel mobile application, the solution that most often works is removing the application and then reinstalling it.
In order to do this, you need to complete all of the three separate processes below:
|Processes||Steps in each process|
|Remove the History Channel mobile application||
|Restart your Roku device||
|Reinstall the History Channel mobile application||
Resetting your Roku device to its factory default settings
If all of the other troubleshooting solutions have not fixed the problem with your History Channel mobile application not working on your Roku device, a factory default reset will restore your Roku device to its default settings, which may solve the problem.
The process for this includes:
- Step 1: Press the “Home” button on your Roku remote
- Step 2: Navigate to the “Settings” menu and select the “System” option
- Step 3: Select the “Advanced system settings” option
- Step 4: Select the “Factory reset” option and follow the on-screen instructions