How to install the channel PEAR private channel on Roku

Note: You need at least one Roku streaming device with firmware version 3.1 or later. You must also have an active Roku.com account with a paired device. Follow the steps below to add channel PEAR to your Roku device...

How to pair your Roku device with channel PEAR

A single Roku device may only be paired with ONE channel PEAR library/account at a time. If the following screen doesn't immediately popup for you, chances are your device is already paired with another library/account...

Roku channel stuck on "Retrieving Library..."

If your Roku gets stuck on the "Retrieving Library..." screen right after launching channel PEAR, this usually indicates that you have not added any media sources to your library yet (there's nothing to retrieve)...

How to install the channel PEAR Fire TV app

Your personal channel PEAR library can be accessed via Fire TV by installing our official app. You can install the app from Amazon's website. Once you've installed and launched the app, you'll need to login to your...

How to install the Plex plugin for channel PEAR

Your personal channel PEAR Library can be synced with your Plex Media Server for a seamless experience across both platforms. This article will teach you how to install and use the plugin....

How to install the Kodi add-on for channel PEAR

Your personal channel PEAR Library can be synced with Kodi for a seamless experience across both platforms. This article will teach you how to install and use the add-on. Requirements...

How to add the Google Cast extension to your browser

To watch content from channel PEAR on your Chromecast device, you must first install the Google Cast extension to your Chrome browser. NOTE: Google Cast can be a little tricky to get working...

How to play media sources on your Chromecast device

This article assumes that you have already installed the Google Cast extension for the Chrome browser. If you haven't installed it yet, read the previous article. This article also...

Adding an M3U playlist to your library

channel PEAR can take an M3U playlist and parse out the relevant title, URLs, and images into your library. You'll need to have a valid M3U playlist with proper formatting to start with...

Adding MRSS feeds to your library

You can add MRSS feeds to your library for easy access to video collections and more. Feeds are added the same way as normal media sources. For example, you can add Archive.org's...

Adding media to your library

channel PEAR makes it easy to add custom media sources to your library. Note: test your source before adding it to channel PEAR. Just because you're able to add it to your library doesn't mean...

Deleting media from your library

You have the ability to delete media sources from your library. This can be helpful if a media source stops working, you need to make room for more sources, or you just don't want a certain source anymore...

Media source icons and what they stand for

Each source in your library that you've added from the media database contains useful icons that will help you determine the status of the stream and what devices it may be compatible with...

Flagged media sources

Media sources that are posted in the media database may be flagged by other users if they notice the source isn't working. When a media source receives enough flags, it is automatically hidden...

Unpairing devices from your library

You may unpair any device you have previously paired with your library. Click the "device list" button from your main library page. Click the "unpair" button on the row of the device you wish to unpair...

Adding sources from the media database to your library

The media database serves as a collection of user-submitted media sources that can be shared among members. Any member of the community may add a media source to their Library for personal viewing/testing...

What is channel PEAR?

channel PEAR is a collaborative, cloud-based media platform that lets you discover and watch content from around the world on your favorite devices. With channel PEAR, you can create and manage...

Why do media sources stop working?

There may be instances where certain media sources in your library stop working. This can happen for any number of reasons that channel PEAR has little insight into as media is not hosted...

Does channel PEAR host any media sources?

No. channel PEAR does not host, stream, or restream any media whatsoever. channel PEAR simply provides the infrastructure to store, sync, manage, and watch media across your devices...

What is channel PEAR's stance on adult content?

Posting adult content in any public space on channel PEAR such as the Media DB or the forums is strictly forbidden. You may however add adult to your own private library. Users who post...

Can other members see what's in my library?

No. Your library is 100% private and is only accessible when logged into your account or while using devices you have previously paired with your library...

What are the limits on a free account?

channel PEAR is completely free for anyone to use, however we do impose limits on free accounts. The limits are as follows. Maximum of 5 media sources at one time in your Library (users that registered...

Is channel PEAR DMCA compliant?

Yes, channel PEAR is fully DMCA compliant. We will work expeditiously to remove access to infringing or unauthorized third party content posted by our users when properly notified via our posted DMCA Guidelines...

Will premium give me access to premium channels?

No. A premium subscription does not give you access to premium channels or any other bonus content. A premium subscription allows you to use channel PEAR without running into any limits. This means you may...