My first time reporting an issue here so please bear with me if I’m missing something.
I have no definitive proof it is the culprit, but I have been experiencing an issue on my Vero 4K since installing the october update. (never ever happened before the update, but coincidences do happen)
Sometimes when starting playback of movie, series, or stream, TV suddenly looses video input, as if the Vero had crashed/shutdown. However, it still has the blue light, and I can SSH on the box when it is in that state. Switching TV input, or powering off and on the TV doesn’t help.
So far, pulling the power from the Vero, then restarting the exact same series/movie, has always worked. I never saw this issue twice in a row for a single source.
I was not too sure how to word this, so I apologize if this issue is already mentionned in another thread explained differently.
I am having similar issues. I keep the Vero 4K+ on always even if I shut down the TV (Samsung 4K).
If I turn on the TV once in a while I don’t get a picture, but a message on the TV the HDMI signal isn’t recognized. Sometimes it works, but as soon as I start a video I get a black screen and message again.
So it looks like something is going wrong with HDMI handshake. Vero an TV are connected directly. Never had this issue before the latest update with handshake and 4K improvements.
start a video to see if it works oke.
Shut down TV
Wait a few seconds
Start the TV
Play the same video file… black screen and HDMI message on TV
Start to play a movie (mkv) with external remote, because screen isn’t working :-). It plays so I am able to upload the logfile.
The first file is a recording with dvdlink
The second is a mkv movie
Experiencing the exact same issue. When TV is shutdown, Vero4K will need to be restarted/powercycled to get signal again. Highly annoying issue when the holidays are around the corner. Is there a workaround to this or a hotfix to revert the changes causing this? Thank in advance.