If Roku on your Insignia TV is showing a black, blank, or dark screen with no picture, you may be able to fix the issue with a power cycle. To power cycle your TV, unplug the TV from the power source and allow it to sit for a few minutes before plugging it back in and testing Roku once more.
If your iPhone has undergone a factory reset, it can still be tracked by using “Find My iPhone.’ If the phone has been reset outside of iTunes, an Activation Lock will be put into place which will allow you to track the phone as long as the SIM card is still inserted and the phone is using wifi.
If your iPhone is not notifying you when you receive a text from one person, you may have accidentally activated “Do Not Disturb” or “Hide Alerts” mode. This mode will allow texts to be sent and received, but you are never notified once a text has been delivered, offering a discrete delivery mode.
If your Hisense Roku TV won’t update or keeps updating, it could be that there are no available updates. If no updates exist, updating the TV would be impossible. To check if any updates are available, press ‘Home’ > ‘Settings’ > ‘System’ > ‘OK’ > ‘System Update’ > ‘Check Now.’
If your iPhone keeps turning off and on while charging, it could be that a forced restart is in order. This restart allows the memory of your phone to refresh, which can help resolve any minor issues that may be causing your phone to turn off and on, however, this process varies for different iPhones.
HBO Max will not work on a Roku device if it is running an OS older than Roku 9.3 or if your location is not supported. In addition to this, poor internet connection, disrupted servers, firmware bugs, the wrong audio/visual settings or insufficient space on your Roku can also disrupt HBO Max.
An iPhone may freeze due to low storage space, outdated software, bad apps, broken hardware or if it has not been restarted recently. To unfreeze an iPhone so that you can fix these issues, you can perform a hard reset, factory reset, restore a backup, enter recovery mode or repair the hardware.
A common reason Netflix doesn’t work on Sharp TVs is incompatibility; Older Sharp TVs are no longer supported by Netflix. On new TVs, you might have poor internet, outdated software, an overloaded cache or issues with the Netflix servers. Poor Netflix sound or display is often caused by TV settings.
Overall, you should first check that volume on your Chromecast and on your TV. One could be on very low, while the other could be at a normal volume. Therefore, you can simply turn it back up to the normal volume. Otherwise, the HDMI cable can be slightly loose, or the HDMI cable might be faulty.