Best Answer speechles , 05 March 2019 - 04:08 PM
This should be expected.
The reason is because of how Roku treats the storage space of the registry. It is not per application. It is per developer ID associated with your application. Yes you read that right. If you change developer ID you have to keep a separate Roku now for anything using the old developer ID. If you develop several apps that need their own storage space in the Roku registry each must be developed on their own unique Roku box. Yes you read that right it is not a typo. For each app you develop on Roku that you want separate space needs it own Roku. You make 4 apps and you want unique space on all 4? You need 4 Roku.
To do it with Emby your main box has your main developer ID. Now on your second Roku box you can set a second developer ID. Then use this to develop the Beta on.
In keeping these two developer ID separate is alot more work for very little gain to end users. It will slow down things and possibly cause problems if we forget any of the above and which box to develop each application on to generate the PKG. To keep all of this all from unravel and possibly cause us headaches it must be a single developer ID for both. Hopefully you understand. The app ID an app is assigned is merely a convenience to launch/install the app from the Roku store. It isn't really used to track the registry.Go to the full post