What Is Audio Guide?
Audio Guide is a feature on Roku devices that provides an audible description of what is happening on the screen. It is designed for people with visual impairments, but some users may activate it accidentally. When Audio Guide is turned on, Roku will announce everything that is happening on the screen, including menu options and channel names.
How to Turn Off Audio Guide
To turn off Audio Guide, follow these steps: 1. Press the Home button on your Roku remote. 2. Select Settings from the menu. 3. Select Accessibility. 4. Select Audio Guide. 5. Toggle Audio Guide to Off. Once you have turned off Audio Guide, your Roku device will no longer talk back to you.
FAQ: How to Get Roku to Stop Talking
Q: Why is my Roku talking?
A: Your Roku may be talking because the Audio Guide feature has been turned on.
Q: How do I turn off Audio Guide?
A: To turn off Audio Guide, go to Settings > Accessibility > Audio Guide and toggle it to Off.
Q: Can I adjust the volume of Audio Guide?
A: Yes, you can adjust the volume of Audio Guide by going to Settings > Accessibility > Audio Guide Volume.
Q: How do I turn off the voice search feature?
A: To turn off voice search, go to Settings > Remote & devices > Voice and toggle it to Off.
Q: Can I turn off Audio Guide for specific channels?
A: No, Audio Guide cannot be turned off for specific channels. It is a system-wide feature.
If you are tired of your Roku device talking back to you, you can turn off the Audio Guide feature in just a few simple steps. By doing so, you can enjoy your streaming experience without any interruptions. Remember, if you have any other questions or concerns, you can always refer to Roku’s support website for more information.