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Is there anyone who knows about how to fix Roku error code 020 – HDCP error detected message. I am facing some issues in this. Help me.
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It has been invariably observed of late that when you try to stream any video, movie, or other digital content on your Roku device you may be witnessing the “Roku error code 020 – HDCP error detected message” related issue which may have primarily become existential owing to non-recognition of your Roku device with the HDCP protocol potentially considering your Roku device as an illegitimate source or terminal trying to access some authentic content using the HDCP protocol.
The situation of considering any streaming device with suspicion by the HDCP protocol may cause the “Roku error code 020 – HDCP error detected message” issue thereby preventing you to stream videos on your Roku device.
This issue in the form of “Roku error code 020 – HDCP error detected message” can also emanate because of the detection of some unauthorized activity by the HDCP protocol or some device-related technical snag may have also given rise to the “Roku error code 020 – HDCP error detected message” issue.
You should begin by checking your HDMI cable to ascertain whether HDMI cable is working properly or not as a damaged HDMI cable might be posing problems in transmitting signals from your TV to your Roku device. In case your HDMI cable is damaged or is too long then you must resort to changing the same promptly and must try facilitating the streaming on your Roku device.
In a bid to fix the issue of the “Roku error code 020 – HDCP error detected message” you can also unplug all the devices connected to one single HDMI port and must plug them back all again into another HDMI port.
You must also check for loose connections which if found must be adequately treated by connecting the ends of the HDMI cable into the HDMI socket of your TV and Roku device carefully after removing them primarily.
Step 1 - You may alternatively prefer restarting your Roku device for which you first have to unplug the cable connecting your TV with the Roku device followed by waiting for a couple of minutes.
Step 2 - Then you should plug the cable back into your Roku device and must try restarting your Roku device. If you are able to watch your Roku device streaming then the issue of “Roku error code 020 – HDCP error detected message” stands resolved else you must back up all your data and resort to restoring the factory settings on your Roku device.
Step 1 - Quite often the main culprit causing the “Roku error code 020 – HDCP error detected message” is the router itself with regard to which you must unplug all the connecting cables and wait for a few minutes going forward.
Step 2 - Thereafter, you must plug the connecting cables again into your router and should subsequently give your router a reboot.
Sometimes changing the “Display Type” also works if you are on the spree to fix the “Roku error code 020 – HDCP error detected message” issue. So, just have a look at the process showing how to modify the “Display Type” on your Roku device.
Step 1 - Find and press the “Home” button on your Roku device to access the “Settings” panel.
Step 2 - Navigate further to find and press the “Display Type” option on your Roku device.
Step 3 - Now choose and select the “Auto Detect Display Type” for selecting the most preferred “Display Type” followed by pressing the “OK” button. When you perform this third step it may be possible that after you press the “OK” button your TV screen may go black for a few seconds while your Roku attempts to analyze the HDMI connection.
Step 1 - Just initiate by pressing the “Home” button again on your Roku device’s remote followed by accessing the “Settings” option.
Step 2 - Now continue by going on and opening the “System” option.
Step 3 - Under the “System” segment just click on the “System Advanced Settings” followed by choosing “Advanced Display Settings” going forward.
Step 4 - Now, finally press the “Disable” option shown adjacent to the “Auto-adjust display refresh rate” tab which may result in black flashes when the video starts or stops. Please also note that the “Refresh Rate” will return back to the previous setting once the playback of the video is complete.
Friends, I also observed the “Roku error code 020 – HDCP error detected message” issue while trying to stream one of my favorite movies on Roku which I was able to fix by changing the HDMI cable after which I came to know that there are as many as five simple ways of fixing the “Roku error code 020 – HDCP error detected message” issue.
So, here by means of this quick user guide, I would like to share all five ways of fixing the “Roku error code 020 – HDCP error detected message” issue that may come in handy for you as well anytime.
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