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How do you watch multiple fandangonow accounts fron 1 roku?

BellaLuella 338 69 January 22, 2017 at 02:01 PM
is it possible?

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Quote from BellaLuella View Post :
is it possible?
As with most things on Roku... it's probably not possible without logging in and logging out through the app/channel interface.
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is it possible?
if you buy 3 more roku
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I am looking for the answer too. I cannot imagine fandangonow has been designed so painful.
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My information/comments apply to the Roku 3, Roku 2 XS, Roku SE [FOR SURE] where a Roku update over a year ago embedded FandangoNow, when it was still M-GO, into the Roku Devices Operating System (OS).

Quote from BellaLuella View Post :
is it possible?
No, again at least not on the older devices I listed above. ORIGINALLY adding the M-go channel on the Roku 2 XS was an option. However, when they pushed the OS update the Roku 2 XS and Roku 3, Roku SE and likely other versions had M-Go (no FandangoNow forcibly embedded in the menu & OS).
The Channel CAN NOT be removed or deactivate.
There is a phantom Deactivation option in your FandangoNow account but clicking it does nothing.
The only way to remove an account is to do a Factory Reset. - And that is really stupid.
Since I link it to my ROKU page most of my channels redownload for me, but it takes a good bit of time for that and then going around and logging into and relinking all the channels to accounts. HAD no one at ROKU or M-GO considered this? EEK! Mad
Quote from willow_ve View Post :
As with most things on Roku... it's probably not possible without logging in and logging out through the app/channel interface.
Unfortunately, not in the case of FandangoNOW Nono It's just not possible at least on the Roku 3, Roku 2 XS, Roku SE... and any other model that has that embedded FandangoNOW channel shoe horned into the OS without a choice.
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I am looking for the answer too. I cannot imagine fandangonow has been designed so painful.
Unfortunately it has, they must be under some kind of advertising contract with FandangoNOW (formerly M-GO) but I sure hope that ends because a factory reset is a RIDICULOUS length to have to go to just to remove an account --- linked to a channel.



What I am seeking is information on the newer & newest line of Roku Products.
SD member RUSum1 on a recent thread said his (2016) Roku Streaming stick does NOT have FandangoNOW embedded in the menu and does NOT have the channel pre-installed.
However, he is unwilling to TEST out adding the channel for fear that he can't remove it later. Which is understandable, but I would very much like to know if the Roku 4, Roku Stick (2016 Newst Model), Roku Premiere, Roku Premiere +, and Roku Ultra can add and REMOVE the channel --> and if the channel can be removed IF that deactivates an account ==> OR if on those newer than Roku 3 devices have a working deactivation option in the device list on FandangoNow accounts.
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