Non-Certified* Roku channels from the leaders in adult entertainment
Last updated/verified: 10NOV18
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Q: What is a non-certified channel?
A: Non-Certified channels can only be installed on a Roku device by using the channel’s dedicated access code (e.g. “FG324”) provided by the developer of the channel, and therefore are not found in the Roku Channel Store. Non-certified channels may be used by channel developers for testing, or to limit access to their channel to a smaller set of our users. (ie, ADULT CHANNELS).
Q: How do I know if a non-certified channel has content that violates Roku’s terms and conditions?
A: Roku requires all channels to abide by Roku’s terms and conditions, and to distribute only legal content. Roku does not test or review non-certified channels prior to publication. However, if Roku later determines that a non-certified channel violates Roku’s terms and conditions, including by distributing content that infringes copyrights held by others or by distributing illegal content, then Roku may remove the channel.
Q: I bought a subscription for a non-certified channel from Roku. How do I get a refund?
A: Non-certified adult channels listed are developed and published directly from leaders in the adult entertainment industry. All have established websites/support/contact pages for account issues.
A: Roku does not sell subscriptions to non-certified channels. Users should contact the service who sold the subscription to the non-certified channel.