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Re: [Potential service disruption] — Upcoming SSL certificate expiration could impact channel operat

@chaklasiyanikun  I don't think that's an SSL issue as your working image URL is also https. I might be wrong here, but I think it's because of the port number; from the documentation, only roSocketAddress seems to support setting port numbers, but Poster doesn't support any of socketAddress interfaces.

You could try roUrlTransfer if you haven't already; basically roUrlTransfer.AsyncGetToFile() to save the image to tmp or cachefs, then set Poster.uri to "tmp:/<downloaded_file>" or "cachefs:/<downloaded_file>"

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Re: [Potential service disruption] — Upcoming SSL certificate expiration could impact channel operat

Please be informed that the patch OS build containing the updated cert bundle has been released to all Roku TV models. Specifically, the updated bundle is included in the following OS versions and onward for the following TV model classes:

  • Longview, Midland, and Malone — 9.2.0.4504
  • Liberty and Fortworth — 9.2.0.4808
  • Audio devices and remaining TVs with audio devices were updated to 9.3.0.x

You can view a matrix of our device model family code names in our specification documentation: https://developer.roku.com/docs/specs/hardware.md

At this point, all Roku retail devices have received the patch update.