I was doing some playing with the ROKU MediaFly channel, and noticed an option to add content (to MediaFly) via mCodes (MediaFly channel => Content Provider Gallery => Add with mCode => redeem mcode). Of course, the option had no explanation or help, so I did a google search and discovered that mCodes are a little like ROKU's private channel codes, only the content shows up on the MediaFly application itself. While mCodes apparently work for MediaFly applications on a variety of devices, in the case of the ROKU, the new content shows up as new icons at the top most navigation level of the ROKU's MediaFly channel.http://forum.mediafly.com/topic.php?id=628http://forum.mediafly.com/topic.php?id=636
Apparently most of the mCodes are still used for testing or private uses, and are kept reasonably secret. However, my search did find a small number of interesting mCodes for the MediaFly ROKU channel:mCode -- Effect from adding that mCode
twit -- Gives you essentially the ROKU's Twit TV channel, as a sub-channel under the MediaFly channel, without having to separately install the Twit TV channel on the ROKU.
mbox -- Gives you essentially the ROKU's "Motion Box" channel, as a sub-channel under the MediaFly channel, without having to separately install the Motion Box channel on the ROKU.
cnet -- Gives you access to a number of "CNET" videos, as a sub-channel under MediaFly.
mediaflyhd -- This one adds an "HD" MediaFly sub-channel, that appears to be an easy way to browse for MediaFly videos that are all encoded at HD quality.