Tanner, any updates for us with P605/607 sets that have picture options grayed out after the last update? Resetting the TV did not help and this is most certainly a software issue as it only happened when 9.2.0 rolled out. Again, it only affects streaming apps and not sources connected via HDMI.
@redridernl Please be advised that in order to continue assisting here, we'll need you to attempt the provided troubleshooting steps to confirm whether or not this resolves the issue on your specific model. Despite any similarities in the way an issue presents, the potential underlying solution is not often the same. Each TV model has different hardware and software. In this case, any comparison isn't really relevant. Its like comparing apples and oranges—your TV is an entirely different model and series from both the R625, as well as the P605/7 models mentioned in this thread. Unfortunately, a solution for one may not be the solution for another, and may require additional investigation in order to find further resolution.
Please keep us posted if you've had a chance to run through the additional steps we've recommended, and we'll continue investigating from there.
@amstel78 Thanks for following up. I'd like to gather a few more details here.
Just to confirm, after the update, did you go into Settings>System>Advanced System settings>Factory reset> Reset TV audio/picture settings, then restart the TV and try once more?
What display source are you on when you are trying to use these settings? A streaming channel, HDMI input device, OTA antenna TV, etc.? Is the TV in Game Mode when you are seeing these options greyed out?
@RokuTannerD no, I haven't reset the TV as others have away done so and the problem remained.
As I mentioned before, this issue only affects built in apps. If I use a source connected to any one of the HDMI inputs, the picture settings work fine. It's only on built in apps that the option for dynamic contrast remains grayed out no matter what I do.
And no, the TV is not in game mode. This is a software bug that was introduced during some build iteration of 9.2.0 and I'd really appreciate it if Roku could fix this. It's not a TCL hardware issue but rather a software one that came about from one of your updates.
@amstel78 Thanks for following up. This topic thread is not limited to game mode, however, you are correct that there are different models of TVs involved in this topic, some with slightly different behaviors being observed.
The steps I provided do not factory reset your TV, they only reset audio/picture settings on the TV. These steps have helped clear up the issue on certain models. Please give this troubleshooting step a try, and confirm if the issue persists from there. I will provide additional feedback to our team for your report from there.