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bhindman
Level 7

respective models

I have the HDXR and the model is N1101, but what are the respective models for the Roku SD and Roku HD boxes?

-brian
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bhindman
Level 7

Re: respective models

I think I found the answer but want to confirm

Roku SD = N1000
Roku HD = N1100
Roku HDXR = N1101

Are these correct and will all boxes respond with these values when using GetModel()?
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Anonymous
Level 10

Re: respective models

N1050 = SD
N1000 or N1100 = HD
N1101 = XR
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bhindman
Level 7

Re: respective models

thank you!
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jeffrok
Level 13

Re: respective models

Sorry to dig up an old thread, but are there any ROM differences between the N1000 and the N1100? I am able to add channels on my N1100 but hit a limit with my N1000. I assume the N1100 has more ROM..
Yeah, I got some Rokus.
https://youtu.be/d1CSEeqWl10
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destruk
Level 10

Re: respective models

"jeffrok" wrote:
Sorry to dig up an old thread, but are there any ROM differences between the N1000 and the N1100? I am able to add channels on my N1100 but hit a limit with my N1000. I assume the N1100 has more ROM..


You mean RAM, since you can't write to ROM.
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Anonymous
Level 10

Re: respective models

"destruk" wrote:
"jeffrok" wrote:
Sorry to dig up an old thread, but are there any ROM differences between the N1000 and the N1100? I am able to add channels on my N1100 but hit a limit with my N1000. I assume the N1100 has more ROM..


You mean RAM, since you can't write to ROM.



The XR and XDS models do have more Non-volatile flash storage, and hence can handle more channels.
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jeffrok
Level 13

Re: respective models

"destruk" wrote:
"jeffrok" wrote:
Sorry to dig up an old thread, but are there any ROM differences between the N1000 and the N1100? I am able to add channels on my N1100 but hit a limit with my N1000. I assume the N1100 has more ROM..


You mean RAM, since you can't write to ROM.


Sorry yes.. I meant RAM. Smiley Surprisedops: But kind of didn't.. I don't know what devices like the Roku use to store channel info, but I always thought it was some sort of flash media (like what flash drives, solid state drives(I think), etc, use).. I'm swimming with sharks here in the SDK forum, not a developer, but like to read the types of posts here.
Yeah, I got some Rokus.
https://youtu.be/d1CSEeqWl10
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