TCL is one of the fastest growing TV brands in America, and they offer one of the highest quality TVs in the market. Their partnership with Roku has only brought the viewers a magnificent product that has the highest picture quality. With TCL’s hardware and Roku’s streaming content, the TCL Roku TV is a beast. Enter your TCL Roku TV remote codes to control your Cable or Satellite.
TCL TV and Roku Remotes
Because TCL remotes and the sensor work based on the Infrared technology, TCL is compatible with universal remotes and other cable remotes that use IR as well. This means you can use these remotes to control your TCL TV, and effectively your Roku.
But, not all the functionalities of a TCL Roku TV can be explored using a regular old universal remote. That’s why TCL has given the option of setting and customizing the remote to its functionalities, and this can be done using TCL Roku TV remote codes available below on the table.
But mind you, not all remotes can be customized the same way. There are a lot of service providers, and there are a lot of models of TCL Roku TV. Each of the combinations requires a different code and follows different steps to make this customization possible.
TCL Roku Remote Codes – What are the Limitations?
There are a few limitations. For instance, not all universal remotes can be programmed with all the buttons on a TCL Roku remote. If it’s a basic, standard remote, then you can customize the Power, volume, and input select buttons only. On the other hand, if the remote is an extended one, then you can customize a range of things. Like, back button, home button, up, down, right and left navigations, replay button, options (or star button), play/pause buttons, reverse scan, and forward scan buttons. All this, along with whatever you can do on the basic remotes.
By default, these remotes are locked out from being able to control Roku for obvious reasons. But you can change this and have a cable remote or a universal remote control Roku and the Roku TV, and it is no big deal, at all! Customizing TCL Roku TV remote codes are fairly easy to do so!
TCL Roku TV Remote Codes
|Service providers||TCL Roku TV Codes|
|Altice USA||1111, 0821, 0001, 3411, 3311, 2801, 4141, 1931, 1661, 1561|
|Bright House Cable||387,1756|
|Buckeye Broadband||12434, 2434|
|Cablevision / Optimum||031|
|CenturyLink||2414, 2434, 3183|
|Comcast3||11756, 12434, 12290, 12292|
|Cox Communications||1756, 11756, 12434|
|DISH Network||1756, 535, 645|
|General Communications||0031, 0107, 0164, 0004, 0009, 0044, 0054, 0000, 0342, 0003, 0125, 0015, 0022, 0052, 0087|
|Time Warner||387, 1566, 268|
|Windstream||2414, 2434, 3183|
|GE Universal Remote
|Microsoft Xbox One||T1756|
What if my service provider’s code is not listed?
This table is furnished by TCL themselves, and they claim that they rely on the service provider for these codes. So, if you want to customize your remote using the TCL Roku TV remote codes, but don’t see a code for your service provider, you will have to ask your service provider about it.
You can download the codes in a PDF format from here, or visit TCL’s site for more information. Customizing the remote means you don’t have to juggle between the cable and the TCL remote anymore.
However, it also means having to go through the process of customizing the whole thing. So, if you run into a problem or have an issue with doing this, please let us know! We will help you set your Roku TV up, and we will help you configure your universal remote in accordance with your service provider’s guidelines and TCL’s guidelines.