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My Mission

I realize that selecting the right streaming device, setting it up, and understanding how it works might be a huge challenge. Especially for those of us who are not very “tech savvy”. Therefore, my mission is simple. I’m going to do my best to explain and demonstrate how to easily add hidden Roku adult channels from the Roku Store onto your Roku Streaming Devices.

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What Is Roku?

Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the last several years, then I’m sure you’ve more than likely heard of a Roku Streaming Device. Roku is basically the company that pioneered the modern day streaming devices. Moreover, they were and continue to be at the forefront of the “cord cutting” revolution. These devices have made it easy for millions of people to fire their cable company! Which means, no monthly bills, no contracts, no installation, no activation or cancellation fees, and no cable equipment to buy.

As a result, having a Roku Streaming Device makes it possible for you to save money while still providing you easy access to free TV, live news, sports, movies, and much more.

What Is The Roku Channel Store?

Using a Roku device is very similar to using a smartphone, tablet, or computer. Just like your smartphones and computers have “app stores” for installing new applications (ie: Google Play Store, Apple App Store, & the Microsoft Store), you can access the Roku Channel Store on your Roku streaming player or Roku TV to add new “channels”. Channels are just applications for your television; popular channels include Netflix, Fubo TV, CBS All Access, HBO GO, ESPN, and Hulu.

While the Roku Channel Store is packed with lots of great selection, it doesn’t feature any adult channels. This is somewhat surprising. Especially when several adult sites like Pornhub, Elegant Angel, Adult Empire, and many more have Roku Channels. It doesn’t appear that Roku is eager to publicize or promote this segment of adult entertainment.

But Don’t Worry. That’s Why I’m Here.

So basically, I’ve spent a countless amount of hours searching for hidden Roku adult channels. Moreover, I’ve put together a list of these hidden channels which includes each channels exclusive Roku channel code. Additionally, most of the adult sites on the list will require you to register for an account. So, I have also provided direct links to each sites sign up page.

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But Wait! There’s more.

I realize many of us are “visual learners”. Therefore, as a bonus, I decided to do a short how to video. In the video, I demonstrate how to find the channel codes and easily add the channels to your device

Besides My Roku Device, What Else Do I Need?

Internet Connection

Roku streaming players and Roku TVs all require internet access to stream your content. It depends on your particular device. But you will either need to use a wireless “WiFi” connection to connect to your home network. Or you can choose a model that offers a wired Ethernet connector.

Roku Account

You need a Roku account to activate your device and access content across thousands of streaming channels. There are no monthly fees with Roku. However, adding a payment method lets you easily rent/buy movies on demand or subscribe to popular services like Netflix.

Easy To Setup

Plug In Your Roku TV Or Streaming Device

Connect Your Device To The Internet

Create a Roku account and activate your device

Tip: All Roku players connect to your TV with HDMI. Roku Express+ adds the option to connect via a composite cable which works with older TVs.