Hulu Keeps Logging Out On Roku: 2 Ways To Fix

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hulu keeps logging me out roku

Hulu is an American entertainment company that provides subscription-based, video-on-demand streaming services. The Hulu entertainment company is jointly-owned by the Walt Disney Company, Comcast, and Nippon TV. Aside from being a streaming service, the Hulu Company provides film production, film distribution, television production, and web syndication services.

Hulu supports Roku, and as a result, the Hulu application is found inside the Roku channel store. Your Roku TV, streaming stick, set-up box allows you to watch exclusive Hulu TV shows, movies, and documentaries on a television screen. Similar to Netflix, Hulu unlocks its extensive catalog of media content after a yearly or monthly subscription.

Troubleshooting Hulu Keeps Logging Me Out On Roku

To access Hulu’s content on a Roku device, you have to first login using valid credentials. Logging in gives you access to watch any movie/TV show on your Roku paired TV. But sometimes the Hulu app might log you out for no reason. Most of the time, logout is temporary, but on certain occasions, a Hulu logout remains permanent.

Here in this article, we will tell you why it happens and some solutions to troubleshoot the logging-out error.

1) Update firmware

Roku devices run on a firmware that receives updates regularly to fix their previous issues. A buggy firmware can lead to all sorts of software issues, and Hulu’s logging-out problem might be one of them. Updating your Roku’s system firmware might fix the logging-out error.

Follow these steps to update your Roku’s system firmware:

  • Press the Roku remote home button and use the arrows keys to highlight “Settings.”
  • Select “Settings” and scroll down with the Roku remote to highlight “System.”
  • Select “System” and scroll down with the Roku remote to highlight “System Update.”
  • Select “System Update,” select “Check Now,” and if you have a new update, select “Install Updates.”

2) Complete reboot

Sometimes a complete reboot is necessary to remove every single bit of data from your Roku device about Hulu. Reinstalling and reconfiguring Hulu might solve the logging-out error.

Follow these steps to perform a complete reboot on your Roku device:

  • Press the Roku remote home button and use the arrows keys to highlight “Settings.”
  • Select “Settings” and scroll down using the keyboard to highlight “Streaming Channels.”
  • Select “Streaming Channels” and scroll down using the keyboard to highlight the “Hulu application.”
  • Select “Hulu application,” and from the list of options, select “Remove Channel.”
  • Now press the Roku remote home button once again and use the arrows keys to highlight “Settings.”
  • Select “Settings” and scroll down with the Roku remote to highlight “System.”
  • Select “System” and scroll down with the Roku remote to highlight the “Power.”
  • Select “Power,” and from the list of options, select “System restart.”
  • Open the Hulu website on a web browser and sign in.
  • Open your Hulu account’s settings and look for “Manage Devices.”
  • Log out of all devices using the options available in “Manage Devices.”
  • Reinstall the Hulu application and log in to see if the logout error is resolved.

Old devices

According to a statement released by Hulu, Roku players and streaming sticks with the model numbers 2400, 3100, and 3424 are no longer supported by the Hulu application. So the logout error might occur if you’re using an old Roku device.

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