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HBO Go, Roku and Cox

I have 3 Rokus in my house and HBO Go is installed on all 3 of them. Starting with the recent "new" app upgrade I've ran into an issue. If I activate only 2 of them there's no problem but if I activate the 3rd one the first two get logged out. Then if I reactivate the 1st two the 3rd one gets logged out. And I'm not talking simultaneous streams, I'm talking just being logged in to see the watch list, etc. I don't have this issue with any other providers so is Cox limiting how many devices can be used?

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  • Yes, anytime I activate the 3rd device the other two get disconnected. I wonder if there's a limit of 2.

    I've never owned more than 3 Rokus. In fact they're still the original streaming sticks; I've never upgraded them because they work just fine. I don't have any additional Cox usernames nor have I ever given out account information to anyone. I take care of everything so the household just has to fire up the Roku and start streaming. I don't own a smart phone (nor does anyone in the house) so I can't test your phone app theory. And, yes, having an authorized devices list in my online Cox account settings would be grand.

    We're a household of seniors and we don't go out much except for doctor appointments and grocery shopping so TV is our major entertainment. Wink

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