The Roku 2 lets you install a MicroSD card to increase storage for games you want to play on this groovy streaming device. Here’s how to add and install it.
I previously showed you how to use a USB flash drive with your Roku2 to watch local files through a Roku2. Another slot available is for a microSD card. Here’s a look at how to install and set up the card.
Adding a microSD card lets you add more storage to the Roku2. You can use this space to store games and Roku channels. It won’t read any media data files from the card, as you can with a flash drive. It’s meant to store games and channels.
Insert a Micro SD card into the slot above the HDMI slot on the back of the box.
Next you’ll see a warning message telling you all data on the card will be lost. Make sure you don’t have data on the card, or if you do, and need it, back it up first. Select Continue.
Now you’ll see the formatting is in progress.
The formatting completes and your Roku2 can use the card to store more data.
If you’re downloading a lot of games on the Roku2, this is a great way to store 50 or more games with a 2GB microSD card. Game on!