When watching ABC, HGTV, Food Network, NBC, and other channels, the HDCP Error Detected message comes out during some of the commercials. Can anyone explain the reason this is happening and is there a fix to this?
This was driving me nuts, and it took me a while to find the fix online, so I figured I’d share it here. The usual tips (swap cables, restart roku, etc) didn’t help. What ultimately fixed it for me was disabling auto-detect display refresh rate in advanced display settings. Hope this helps someone!
Same thing just started on my Roku Ultra. It just started yesterday, and it happens only when commercials load. I don't think that it is a coincidence that my Roku also received the update to 9.2.0 yesterday morning - the same day this problem began.
I did all of the troubleshooting steps at least three times. I even switched the HDMI cable to a newer one I purchased for another device, and that didn't help, either. My TV is an older LG that is not a 4G TV, but it is capable of 1080p. I have tried all of the display settings just to see if ANY of them would work, and they do not. I've returned it to "auto" for now. It's not connected to any other devices except a router via the ethernet cable. And that connection was reset as well.
This was working up until the update to 9.2.0 yesterday morning. I'm pretty angry.
Settings -> System -> Advanced System Settings -> Advanced Display Settings -> Auto-adjust display refresh rate if it's set to Enabled, set it to Disabled, Then go to HDR subsampling and set it to 4:2:0
Thanks. I tried that, and every other sub setting. None of them have worked. This problem just started with their last update. And it only happens when trying to watch YouTube. I can watch YouTube videos, and the ads, just fine with my Amazon Fire stick, even plugged in to the same HDMI port I'm using for the Roku. I've even switched HDMI cables. I've tried everything. The problem is with the Roku - they clearly broke something. It was working fine up until the last update.