Roku is a well-known brand that offers electronic devices such as streaming players, configuration boxes, and more. Once you have purchased a new Roku device, you must enable the Roku com link. To do this, you must first create an account in the roku com link. But when you try to create an account or connect to the roku com link, you may encounter problems. In some cases, the 003 error also refers to the situation in which you can not connect to multiple channels using an Internet connection. You can not update your Roku device for two main reasons either the servers on the server are down / under maintenance, or Roku has trouble connecting to the network. This can happen even if you are shown that you are properly connected to the Internet.
The 003 error code does not allow you to update Roku and mainly concerns the Internet connection with your wireless router. In detail, some of the reasons this error may occur are:
- There is a problem with network security protocols. This should not be the case ideally, because no protocol poses a problem to the security protocols. Unfortunately, Roku does not like the AES protocol very much.
- Roku is experiencing server problems in the background. This has been very common in the past.
- Your device is not updated to the latest version. The Roku team publishes several updates over a period of time to add new features or remove issues.
This error code occurs when there is a communication gap between the television and the Roku server or firewall problems with the Roku server or a DNS error, and so on.
- First, reboot your router.
- Next, perform the task of resetting the TV.
- Disable your firewall.
- Now go to the secret screen menu and update the task. In addition, you can update via USB.
- Next, press the home key 5 times.
- Again, quickly press 3 times.
- Similarly, rewind twice.
- Find the option “Update Software” and tap OK.
- Now your problem should be solved.
In this case, if you continue to see the error message, then retrying a resolution:
- Make sure the internet connection you are using is working properly.
- Make sure the wireless network user name and password you entered are correct. The wireless network name is ‘SSID’ and the password is ‘WEP’ or ‘WPA’.
- Ensure that the Roku Multimedia Streamer and Router are placed nearby so that the signal is clear.
- Restart your Roku streaming player by selecting “Settings”> “System” and “System Restart”. If you are using Roku TV, go to “Settings”> “System”> “Power” and “System Restart”.
- You must restart your router now.
- You can also connect to the network using an Ethernet cable, as this will also improve connectivity.
- If you are connecting your Roku streaming player for the very first time, you must follow the network setup process appropriately as this will resolve most error codes.