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Roku error 014.30: Quick Fix

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Rokus are rather popular streaming devices that allow users to add ‘channels’ of their choice and watch TV over an internet connection. However, just like everything tech, they have shortcomings and run into bugs and errors from time to time.

In this article, we’re talking about the Roku error 014.30, its causes and what you can do to solve the problem.

What causes Roku error 014.30?

Roku error 014.30 is often caused due to internet connectivity issues or having weak internet signals if you’re streaming over cellular data. 

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How to fix Roku error 014.30?

Here are five solutions you can try to fix Roku error 014.30.

Check your internet connection

It’s also a good idea to keep an eye on your internet connection. 4k content is heavy on the bandwidth to stream, and if you don’t have enough of it, you can sometimes run into Roku error 014.30. At least 25mbps upload and download speeds are recommended. 

Check your router settings

Check to see if you’ve enabled MAC address filtering on your router and, if you have, whether or not the Roku is allowed to connect. MAC address filtering can allow or block certain devices to connect to your router and, by extension, the internet depending on the settings. 

Restart your Roku

Restarting your Roku and your TV is also a good idea and, more often than not, will fix any random issues you might face, including the Roku error 014.30.

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Check the WiFi credentials

Check if you’ve entered the right WiFi SSID and password in your Roku wireless settings. You can find these settings inside Settings > Network > Setup Connection. 

Some users have also reported that the error was caused because they had symbols or punctuation marks in their WiFi passwords. Changing your WiFi password to a simpler string might also eliminate the Roku error 014.30.

Factory reset your Roku

If all fails, you can factory reset your Roku. This should take care of just about any error you’re facing. 

Step 1: Press the Home button on your Roku remote, and go to Settings.

Step 2: Inside the Settings, select System.

Step 3: Select the Advanced system settings and select the Factory reset option.

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Yadullah Abidi

Yadullah Abidi

Yadullah is a Computer Science graduate who writes/edits/shoots/codes all things cybersecurity, gaming, and tech hardware. When he's not, he streams himself racing virtual cars. He's been writing and reporting on tech and cybersecurity with websites like Candid.Technology and MakeUseOf since 2018. You can contact him here: