Step 1. Go to Roku.com on your web browser, and then log into your account if you're not logged in already.
Step 2. In the top right corner of the screen, click the "Profile" icon. The Profile icon is a drawing of a person. A drop-down menu appears.
Step 3. In the drop-down menu, select "My Account." The Roku My Account screen appears.
Step 4. The password (PIN) Preference section can be found at the top of the My Account screen. In the PIN Preference section, click the "Update" button to change your password. Then Choose Your password (PIN) Preferences screen appears. The selector will be filled in by default next to your current password (PIN) requirement option, which will either be Always Require a password (PIN) to Make Purchases and to Add Items from the Channel Store or Always Require a password (PIN) to Make Purchases.
Step 5. Change the PIN requirement option if you need to. Additionally, you can choose the third option, which is to not require a PIN for anything. However, if you choose this option, a PIN will no longer be required, and you won't be able to create one. In this example, we’ll leave the selector to Always Require a PIN to Make Purchases.
Step 6. After you've entered your information, click "Save Changes."
You'll be sent back to your Roku My Account screen, where a message will display across the top of the screen notifying you that your PIN preference has been updated.
Congratulations! Now you know how to change your Roku PIN.
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