code: Activate Hulu on Roku, Apple TV, Samsung TV, Xbox and More

In this article, we’ll show you how to get activated using the Hulu activation code and the activation website at

Hulu allows you to activate the movie streaming platform through a secure channel at with code on your home media players such as Roku, Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV, and others.

Through you can log in to your Hulu account select your device, enter the Hulu activation code and log into your TV cable provider, click on continue and activate to start streaming Hulu movies on the selected device.

So, in this series, we’ll show you how to set up Hulu on your streaming devices that can connect to the internet. Activate Roku

  • Switch on your Roku and press the home button on the remote control
  • Use the remote to get to the “Roku Channel Store.”
  • Type “Hulu” into the search box under “Movies & TV sections” and click on the search button
  • Tap on the Hulu app from the result to start downloading
  • Wait for your Roku device to download and install the app.
  • Click on the Hulu app in the Channel store
  • Choose “Log In” and then click “Activate on a computer.”
  • Open your browser and visit and you will be redirected to
  • Sign in to your Hulu account.
  • Type the Hulu activation code on your Roku TV screen.
  • And click the tab that says “Continue.”
  • Just wait about 30 seconds, and the Hulu streaming app on your Roku device will start working. code for Apple TV

  • Go to the Apple TV store Browser for the Hulu app and install it
  • Open the app >> Log In >> On a computer, activate.
  • Open your browser and visit or
  • Use your login username and password to get into your Hulu account.
  • On your TV screen, you can see the Hulu activation code.

When you turn on Hulu, the content will start to show up on your Apple TV when you go to your app section, click on the Hulu app, look for the content you want to stream, and it will start streaming. code for Samsung TV code for Samsung TV

If you have trouble sending your phone’s screen to your TV, you might want to turn on Hulu on your smart Samsung TV.

  • First press the home button on your Samsung TV
  • Find the Hulu app by going to the channel store and looking for it.
  • Tap the app, download it, and set it up.
  • On your Samsung Smart TV, launch the Hulu app.
  • Select Log In >> On a computer, activate.
  • Write down the activation code and go to in your browser.
  • Enter your username and password to get into your Hulu account.
  • Click “Continue”
  • Now, go back to the Hulu app and wait for the activation code to be approved so that you can start live streaming on your Samsung TV.

Note: The Hulu app can’t be downloaded or installed on the new Samsung Smart TV that runs on Tizen. That’s the disadvantage of Samsung’s own Smart TV OS.

Check out our more guides related to activation services: Activate Fire TV

Follow the steps below to set up and use Amazon Fire TV.

  • On the main Menu on your Fire TV search for the Hulu app.
  • Get the app and install it.
  • Open the app >> Log In >> On a computer, activate.
  • Take note of the code that appears on the screen of your Fire TV.
  • Go to on your phone or computer web browser.
  • Use your email address and password to get into your Hulu account.
  • Enter the activation code for Hulu.

Done. You should be able to use the Hulu TV app on your device in less than 30 seconds. Activate Xbox One & 360

  • From the Microsoft download store, add the Hulu app to your Xbox One or Xbox 360.
  • Open the app for Hulu.
  • On a computer, tap on Log In >> Activate.
  • The Hulu activation code should display on your TV.
  • Go to on your computer or phone browser and click “Activate.”
  • Sign in to Hulu with your username and password.
  • Type the Hulu activation code into the box on your screen and tap “Continue” to send it.
  • In less than 30 seconds the Hulu app activation code screen will refresh itself and grant your Huu account access to the game console.

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