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Posted 3/3/17
I've paid for premium services but I can't watch anyth in ng it won't load even under Wi-Fi so is like to know what to do?
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Posted 3/3/17

kuroichiro wrote:

I've paid for premium services but I can't watch anyth in ng it won't load even under Wi-Fi so is like to know what to do?

How are you trying to watch Crunchyroll videos? Though the web site or Roku or Android/iOS device (phone, tablet)?

Some problems have been reported with iOS (Apple) apps:
-- http://www.crunchyroll.com/forumtopic-983841/cant-watch-certain-animes

Problems have been reported with people trying to view anime through the web-site:
-- http://www.crunchyroll.com/forumtopic-984019/videos-not-playing

And problems have been reported with viewing Crunchyroll via Android devices:
-- http://www.crunchyroll.com/forumtopic-983881/samsung-galaxy-s7-android-app-wont-work
-- http://www.crunchyroll.com/forumtopic-983853/app-wont-play-any-videos

No problems reported viewing anime via a Roku, at the moment.
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No problems reported viewing anime via a Roku, at the moment.

That's funny, my Roku 1 stopped playing older episodes at the beginning of the year and after two different reports, one auto-respond (giving all kinds of fixes that can be tried on my end, that didn't work) and one not responded to after almost a month. This is not my settings or player's issue, as I can watch new episodes perfectly fine. This is a Crunchyroll website issue, and I would appreciate either a fix or a notification that they are no longer supporting my hardware. I don't want to upgrade as I have been seeing people post that they are having issues with Roku 2,3&4 on the forums.
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Posted 3/6/17 , edited 3/6/17

nvoirol wrote:

No problems reported viewing anime via a Roku, at the moment.

That's funny, my Roku 1 stopped playing older episodes at the beginning of the year and after two different reports, one auto-respond (giving all kinds of fixes that can be tried on my end, that didn't work) and one not responded to after almost a month. This is not my settings or player's issue, as I can watch new episodes perfectly fine. This is a Crunchyroll website issue, and I would appreciate either a fix or a notification that they are no longer supporting my hardware. I don't want to upgrade as I have been seeing people post that they are having issues with Roku 2,3&4 on the forums.

I have a Roku 3 and have had almost no problems at all. If other people are currently having problems with their Roku 3, it's either:

- a temporary problem (traffic overload).
- user error (their fault).

Honestly, the Roku 3 with Crunchyroll is rock solid. It's the only way to watch anime, IMO.
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