I’ve seen the troubleshooting guides about the HDCP error that happens often on my Roku.
I’m wondering if Roku is ever going to address the issue? I don’t mean by telling us what to do to correct it when it happens, I mean to figure out why it’s happening to begin with.
it’s not a problem with an HDMI cable since the Roku stick plugs directly into the TV. It’s not a problem with that HDMI port, as it will go days with no issues and then all of a sudden get screwed up again out of nowhere. It’s not the TV itself as it’s never had an issue with anything else except the Roku.
every time it happens, unlplugging and waiting and resetting and restarting seems to work, it’s just SO ANNOYING. It would be great if Roku acknowledged there was a known problem and offered a permanent solution.
I have two other TVs in the house, one has an old AppleTV device connected to it, and the other an Amazon FireStick. Never once have I seen this HDCP problem on those, only with the Roku.
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