I have an older tv with an HDMI connection. I have tried two of the newer Rokus, and like most of you, received the HDCP error. This is a supplemental tv. However, in present circumstances, it's not feasible to buy a new tv as an extra, when my main one works. If I purchased one of the older Rokus that connected through A/V cables instead of HDMI, would it work? I'm tired of watching TV on my phone at night. I don't want to spend the money on the older Roku if I would still get the HDCP error. Is it just an HDMI issue only?
We keep getting HDCP errors when trying to access channels. Worked okay when we first received it and set it up. Then after a few days of using it, started getting error page. I tried different cable, different HDMI configurations, resetting Roku back to factory settings and starting all over, all for naught.