I have the same issue with my new vero 4k and old 2009 Philips TV.
I did the upgrade but the issue still happens but it seems that ocurs less frequently. The message “This is a 2009 Philips TV which misreports colour caps” is not in the system journal. You can check it at http://paste.osmc.tv/upozixarub
Sorry it took a few days to test, as I was out of town at a work conference.
I tried to run the update just now. It reached 69% and then PuTTY froze. Here is a screenshot of what it was doing when it froze: https://imgur.com/a/ps6Sg. Maybe it just lost the connection when the box restarted?
The log-files are uploaded at hppts://paste.osmc.tv/jixefifaqa
Sadly, I only had to watch TV for about 5 minutes, before the colour error showed up again.
Do you have an older Philips television? The problem is indeed not present in older releases of OSMC. I’m still eagerly awaiting a fix, some progress in identifying the problem has been made in this thread.
Yesterday, I received my Vero 4k and immediately noticed the green tinted screen when setting up the device for the first time, exactly looking the same as in the pictures posted by Vaettur. I’m also experiencing green tinted screen when scrolling through the menus and when watching videos, irrespective of the video codec and source.
The Vero 4K is intended to replace my Raspberry Pi2 running on the current version of LibreElec (LibreELEC-RPi2.arm-8.2.1.). I have never experienced any green tinted screens on my Raspberry Pi2/LibreElec device.
The Vero 4K is connected to my Philips 32PFL9604H / 12 TV set. In order to eliminate the problem I also tried the HDMI cable previously used with Raspberry Pi and also different HDMI sockets at the TV set without any luck.
I also followed the steps in previous posts (“echo ‘rgb,8bit’ | sudo tee /sys/class/amhdmitx/amhdmitx0/attr” and extending “/etc/apt/sources.list”) without any luck.
Are there any news on when expect the issue to be fixed? I’m fearing to explain to my wife why I bought a new device when the existing device (the Raspberry) was working.