- Android TV: Settings → More Settings → Device Preferences → About → System Update → Network Update → OK.
- Google TV: Settings → System → About → System Update → Network Update.
- Roku TV: Settings → System → System Update → Check Now → Update Now
Updating smart TVs is necessary, like updating your smartphone. Unlike smartphones, smart TVs get updated automatically and manually (at times). Upgrading the firmware of your smart TV improves the performance, includes new features, removes bugs, and more. If you are using TCL Smart TV (Android/Google/Roku), you can update it manually when it is not updated automatically.
How to Update TCL Android TV
. Turn on your TCL TV and press Home on the respective remote to launch the Home screen.
. Select Settings (top right) using the directional pads on the remote.
. Under Settings, choose More Settings.
. Select Device Preferences → About.
. Choose System Update.
. Select Network Update on the Software Update page.
. It will start searching for firmware updates. If the update is found, select OK to proceed.
How to Update TCL Google TV
. Press Settings on your TCL TV remote to get the panel.
. Select Settings → System → About → System Update.
. On the pop-up, select Update.
. Your TV will search for an update. If a software update is available, follow the on-screen prompts to update to the latest version.
. After installation, your TCL Google TV will restart automatically.
How to Update TCL Roku TV
Before updating, connect your Roku TV to the WiFi internet connection.
. Press Home on your remote to launch the Home screen.
. Navigate to Settings and select System from the list.
. Select Check Now.
. If an update is available, select Update now on the dialog box that appears on the screen.
Once installed successfully, your TCL TV will restart automatically.
If you have completed updating your Roku TV, remember to disconnect the Roku TV from the WiFi internet connection.
Frequently Asked Questions
If your TCL Smart TV is not updating to the latest firmware, you can follow the troubleshooting steps to fix the issue.
►Check if the TV is connected to a stable and fast internet connection.
►Restart your TCL Smart TV.
►Restart your Router.