Many users of Roku are experiencing Roku HDCP Error from the last few days. So, we are going to explain how you can easily fix this issue in your Roku device.
Roku is a video streaming platform which allows you to watch free and paid video on your Television through the internet. However, Roku is a also device thus it has many errors in their system. Roku HDCP Error happens when Roku devices use the HDCP standard for copyright reasons. But why this error happening in your Roku device? Here are reasons behind Roku HDCP error.
Why Does HDCP Error Happening?
Mostly, HDCP Error happens for a two reasons. HDCP Error will also show up as an Error code 020.
- HDCP Error can happen, if the content you are trying to stream does not support the content protection technology.
- HDCP Error can also appear if you are using faulty HDMI connector or cable. In this case, you have to inspect the cable or connector.
How to Fix Roku HDCP Error?
Many Roku users are facing HDCP Error, It appears as a warning message on a blank screen of your device or as a purple screen notification. Below are step by step guide for resolving it.
- First, you need to unplug each end of the HDMI Cable of your Roku player, AVR and your TV.
- Power off your TV and unplug the power cord of it.
- Now you have to Remove the Power cord from Roku device.
- After that, reconnect both ends of the HDMI cable, check for the connector is attached properly and securely.
- Now, reconnect the power cord to your Roku player and Television. Wait for both devices to power on.
- Now, try to view the video on your Television.
After applying all the steps properly, check for the issue if it is fixed or not. If the issue is still occurring below are some additional suggestion for resolving HDCP Error in your Roku device.
Additional Tips to Fix Roku HDCP Error
- Defect cable can also reason behind the HDCP Error in Roku device, you can try using a different HDMI Cable for confirming the cable you are using currently does not have any defects. If there is any issue with cable, by replacing the cable you can easily resolve it.
- You have to try different HDMI into your TV.
- You can also check out in other TV, if it is possible. If there is any problem with your TV, it will fix after changing the TV.
- If you are using an AVR or HDMI switch, you can try to connect the Roku player directly to your TV.
- You can also check out using a different Display setting on your Roku player. Find these settings Setting -> Display type.
- By using an alternative setup, if your target is to watch any specific streaming content, then by using a wireless solution like an iPad and Airplay will bypass the HDCP hardware altogether.
So, above are the some additional tips to fix the HDCP Error in our Roku device. You can check all the additional tips one by one for resolving issues and if it will still not fix you have to contact the manufacturer of the device.
Here are some answers of FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions).
- Does Roku need HDCP?
Yes, the Roku device requires an HDCP cause of copy and content protection protocol used by the TV industry. Roku streaming devices are using the main HDCP, while for 4k HDR streaming content, HDCP 2.2 is needed.
- How to Turn off HDCP on Roku?
Roku devices use content protection standards, if you try to turn off HDCP, it may generate the HDCP error.
Roku is a video streaming platform which allows us to watch free and paid video on our Television through the internet. However, some users of Roku device are facing HDCP Error, so in this article we explained all information about Roku HDCP Error and How to easily fix it.