- USB Support
- Roku 3 only
- USB Support - Package
- Roku 3 only No Lanyard
- BTR No Lanyard
- Roku Game Remote
(*) amusing - can't believe nobody over the years said "lanyard" in any context of any board!
RokuJoel wrote:Yep, a lanyard is the purple thing that goes around your wrist.
EnTerr wrote:This seems to shed some light on the lanyard mystery: viewtopic.php?f=28&t=89586&p=504962#p504970
Except it's unclear if the actual remote in use is taken into consideration or just the player model#. (Since remotes are cross-compatible, a non-lanyard-remote can be used with player that ships with lanyard remote - and vice versa).
Komag wrote:So there's no way to adjust the settings on the Roku device to say you do in fact have a lanyard now, to get access to those games? That's a bad setup if so.
destruk wrote:Alternately what you could do is change it to 'recommended lanyard' and a disclaimer that you're not liable for end users killing people with thrown remote controls across the room - or some such.
The Nintendo Wii series have a display showing what the accessories are and what possible damage can be caused by misuse prior to loading a game.
TheEndless wrote:Or the developer could just remove the lanyard requirement from the channel submission.
RokuShawnS wrote:As far as I'm aware, no. I don't think the remote can communicate to the Roku in that manner. I'll forward that request over to TPTB, though. Hopefully, it's possible in some manner.