How do I fix HDCP problems?

How do I fix HDCP problems?

How to fix HDCP errors

  1. Unplug both ends of the HDMI cable.
  2. Turn off or unplug power from the TV and Roku.
  3. Reconnect both ends of the HDMI cable.
  4. Turn on or replug power to the TV and Roku.

What is HD copy protection?

High-bandwidth Digital Content Protection (HDCP) is a form of digital copy protection developed by Intel Corporation to prevent copying of digital audio and video content as it travels across connections.

How do I fix the HDMI handshake problem?

When a HDMI / HDCP Handshaking issue occur the easiest way to re-negotiate the handshake is to power cycle the source device or the display. Always wait 10 seconds or longer when the display or source has been power cycled for the HDMI distribution equipment to reset hdmi handshake / timing.

How do I make my TV HDCP compatible?

On your TV or mobile device:

  1. If you’re using a streaming device (like Apple TV or Roku), unplug the device, wait a minute, and plug it back in again.
  2. Disconnect and reconnect your HDMI cable.
  3. Reverse the ends of your HDMI cable.
  4. Connect a different HDMI cable.
  5. Try using a different HDMI port on your TV.

What’s the difference between HDMI and copy protection?

HDMI and HDCP – Some background information. HDCP is a copy protection that was added to the HDMI standard, at a later time, by Intel. The first HDMI versions did not include HDCP, but most modern HDMI capable devices support it.

Why does my Smart TV not have HDCP protection?

We recieve digital television through a set-top box from our provider Telenet. The set-top box has a HD Copy protection. Suddenly the box gave an error message that the licence wasn’t received. We’ve tried another box and hdmi cable. But the problem comes from the One Connect box.

What happens if my device is not HDCP compliant?

Unfortunately, however, there are a host of situations where HDCP gets in the way of consumers doing perfectly legal things with their devices and content. If any device in the chain is not HDCP compliant, the video stream will fail.

Why do I get a HDCP error when I plug in my Blu ray?

For example, if you have an older HDTV set that is not HDCP compliant then you cannot watch any HDCP compliant content on it. If you plug in your Blu-ray player, a Chromecast, or any other device that follows HDCP standards you’ll either see a blank screen or you’ll see an error message like “ERROR: NON-HDCP OUTPUT” or simply “HDCP ERROR.”