A recent Roku update broke the VideoBuzz installation script by requiring a password for Developer Mode. This, apparently, motivated the VideoBuzz gods to build a better script. I tested the new script on a new Roku 2 XS and it worked great. If you are tired of waiting for the Roku team to get their official channel on your Rokus, give VideoBuzz a try…
Avast did not find anything malicious in this script, but I have no first hand knowledge of the script, so use it at your own risk. Their page also has a manual installation procedure.
PS, if you do not want to side load a channel, you can always use the What’s On app. Install What’s On and set the zip code to ‘asecret’ (no quotes). After a restart, you will have a new Videos selection that lets you browse ‘internet videos’ from various sources.
What’s on is not in the same class as VideoBuzz. Happy streaming!