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# 175759 10-Jul-2015 19:31
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For some reason I get home tonight and the roku was logged out of netflix.

Attempt to sign in it complains the password is wrong.  Jump to a browser and use the same password to sign in no problems.

I'm using gargoyle, and have a restriction set up to 8.8.8.8 and 8.8.4.4 set up on port 53.  Netflix was happily working last night as I used it then.  Rokue seems to be on version 6.2




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  # 1340833 10-Jul-2015 19:55
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Not quite a Roku 3, but I'm using a Roku streaming stick with Unotelly and have no issues.
Currently subscribed to Netflix NZ but "using" Netflix US.



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  # 1340858 10-Jul-2015 20:29
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dm2000: Not quite a Roku 3, but I'm using a Roku streaming stick with Unotelly and have no issues.
Currently subscribed to Netflix NZ but "using" Netflix US.


thanks.  I think it's a roku thing.  I found complaints where sometimes they just lose the sign in credentials.

The solution is to keep signing in, or if not possible like for me, where it said password wrong, delete the app, restart and sign in again.

Seems to have got me back in, hopefully not the start of a regular occurrence.





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