Question for those who have experienced HDCP errors with framerate auto switching enabled. Would you say that the latest build, Roku OS 9, build 4084 I think, has eliminated those?
I ask because I finally got my 4660 Roku Ultra replacement, 2017 model, (prescreened for HDCP?) and I've yet to duplicate one in the usual way. I'm not done with testing all apps but I'm wondering if it's the latest update or the replacement that improved this on my setup? I didn't get to test the latest build on my previous Roku Ultra replacement. I've had a few replacements with little difference.
I used a different HDMI port this time: HDMI 4. I've always avoided that because Logitech didn't support that on all Samsung TV models. I've got support for that now and also, now all ports are filled with devices for the first time. I've only had the HDCP errors on the Roku Ultra connected directly to TV on the other ports with one port or more ports open. But if this is finally remedied, I'm not sure why, unless I can confidently say the update or the replacement fixed it? I'll update this if I get errors.
Roku had long thought that my 2015 TV just isn't supported but something seems to have finally changed and I'm curious. How?
So far, my testing had focused mainly on Hulu. I still see major issues playing extras clips of episodes in 24p. I can easily duplicate lip sync errors and the odd zoom issues. Restarting or using the restart option in these clips helps much. And changing the options to off for auto play didn't help this time. Hulu finally acknowledged this is an ongoing issue with the Roku updates. This is why I prefer to use the ATV4K for Hulu but check this often hoping it's finally squashed. But not yet.
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