What Is Roku Error Code 020?
The Roku Error Code 020 on a Roku device means that there is an HDCP error. HDCP stands for High-bandwidth Digital Content Protection, a type of DRM that is set in place to prevent data piracy. The error occurs when a Roku device finds that the TV's content protection technology doesn't match the one on itself.
How do I Fix HDCP error?
How to fix HDCP errors
- Unplug both ends of the HDMI cable.
- Turn off or unplug power from the TV and Roku.
- Reconnect both ends of the HDMI cable.
- Turn on or replug power to the TV and Roku.
What if my TV is not HDCP compliant?
There is a licensing body that issues licenses for HDCP devices. Each HDCP-compliant device, like your Blu-ray player or Xbox, has a license and the ability to talk to the receiving device on the other end of the HDMI cable. If any device in the chain is not HDCP compliant, the video stream will fail.
What is an HDMI HDCP 2.2 port?
HDCP 2.2 is a technology designed to prevent illegal copying of 4K Ultra HD content. Every link in your video chain must support HDCP 2.2 - your TV, video source, and any component the video signal passes through. HDMI 2.0 is also required for TVs and components to be able to pass 4K video.
Does HDMI 2.2 require special cable?
When it comes down to 4K TV, you do not need to pick up special HDMI cables. In other words, don't immediately toss out your old HDMI cables for the newest HDMI 2.0a or 2.1. The HDMI cable standard can impact color and resolution, but newer versions are not required for 4K TV.