Also, you'll need internet access to do the initial setup. The device won't be usable at all until you do this. But, notwithstanding the advice Gilgamesh provided, either Roku could access locally streamed content in the formats Roku supports. Be aware that the stick is not USB, it is HDMI (specifically an MHL HDMI device). It does not support USB thumb or external hard drives. The Roku 3 would support a USB storage device, as well streaming options.Gilgamesh wrote:Roku is primarily an internet streaming device. It has a somewhat limited ability to stream local content due primarily to some quite creative developers. If you are planing on streaming local content as the primary function the no Roku is really the right device for you.
Plex should work with either device. Be sure your tv supports MHL if you think you still want the stick. It should be documented in your tv manual if it is MHL capable.infinitedragon wrote:thanks for the replies i saw somewhere you could use plex with the roku without internet access,its ok if i have internet just to get the device running but i don't wont it to chew up all my broadband
infinitedragon wrote:i've looked on the back of the tv and it says mhl so it is compatible so what are the steps to use plex with roku
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