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To stop your Roku from talking to you, you’ll need to turn off the Audio Guide — an accessibility feature for users who need help navigating Roku’s menus.    
You can disable the Audio Guide by pressing the asterisk button on your Roku remote four times quickly. This is also how you turn it on.
The Audio Guide can also be turned off or on in the Accessibility section of the Settings menu. 
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If you find your Roku talking to you — specifically, reading the interface aloud as you navigate and make selections with the remote control — it means you’ve enabled the Audio Guide.

The Audio Guide is an accessibility feature for users who need audible assistance using the navigation system. When it’s activated, your Roku will read the options in every menu to you.See the rest of the story at Business Insider

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