Roku

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Although the information we release has been verified and shown to work to the best our knowledge, we cant be held accountable for bricked devices or roots gone wrong. GTV_Hacker:General_disclaimer

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This page will be dedicated to a general overview of the Roku OS, descriptions, and information related to the Roku Streaming Player.

Purchase

Buying devices is expensive and, in a lot of cases our testing leads to bricked equipment. If you would like to help support our group, site, and research please use one of the links below to purchase your next device.

GPL

Roku maintains a fairly accurate (but far from perfect) repository of GPL code which can be found at [roku.com/opensource].

Secret Screens

Title Code
Secret Settings Screen H - H - H - H - H - FF - FF - FF - RW - RW
Secret Settings Screen 2 H - H - H - H - H - U - R - D - L - U
Channel Info/Installed Software Versions H - H - H - U - U - L - R - L - R - L
Developer Settings H - H - H - U - U - R - L - R - L - R
Quality Settings/Bitrate Override Screen H - H - H - H - H - RW - RW - RW - FF - FF
Wifi Secret Screen H - H - H - H - H - U - D - U - D - U
Platform Settings H - H - H - H - H - FF - P - RW - P - FF
Antenna H - H - H - H - H - FW - D - RW - D - FF
Reboot? H - H - H - H - H - U - RW - RW - FW - FW
Letter Key
U Up
L Left
R Right
D Down
B Back
H Home
Letter Key
RW Rewind
FF Fast Forward
P Play/Pause
RE Reset
O OK
A Asterisk (*)

Versions

Wikipedia contains an excellent version table comparing all the different versions of ROKU devices currently on the market. This table can be found at [Wikipedia: Roku]

Frist generation

Roku DVP (N1000), Roku SD (N1050), Roku HD (N1100), Roku HD-XR (N1101), Roku HD (2000), Roku XD (2050), and Roku XDS (2100) are the first generation of ROKU devices contained a PNX­8935 MIPS SoC

Second generation

Roku LT (2400), Roku LT (2450), Roku HD (2500), Roku 2 HD (3000), Roku 2 XD (3050), Roku 2 XS (3100) Roku Stream­ing Stick (3400, 3420), BSkyB Now TV are the second generation of ROKU devices contained the Broadcom 2835 ARM SoC which is identical to the Raspberry PI.

Third Generation

Roku LT (2700), Roku 1 (2710), Roku 2 (2720), and Roku 3 (4200) are the third generation Roku devices contained the BCM­7218 SoC. Roku 3 (4200) contained the BCM­11130 SoC.

Exploiting Roku Devices