I am working with a client to setup a universal remote for them as along with other devices they lost the remote to their Roku Streaming Media Player. I looked on all sides of the Roku player but do not see a model number listed. I have also tried cycling power to the the player in hopes of getting it to turn on with no such luck. Is there a way I may possibly determine what model player they have and or turn it on. It was previously setup on WiFi so I am not able to wake it up from an Ethernet cable connection either.
The player is a square box maybe 6" x 5" x 1.5". The back of the player has the following inputs/outputs :
Optical Audio S-Video Component Video Composite Video Analog Audio HDMI Ethernet Power Connection Port
Any help you are able to offer would be greatly appreciated. Thank you
The only 3 models with S-Video connections are: Roku DVP (N1000) - supports 480i, 480p, 720p Roku HD (N1100) - supports 480i, 480p, 720p Roku HD-XR (N1101) - supports 480i, 480p, 720p, 1080p
These are all ancient, extremely slow by today's standards, and are incapable of running many (most? all?) of today's channel apps. As far as I know, the standard set of Roku IR commands has not changed since the beginning so all three models should respond to them.
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