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Sounds like you have a bad connection on either your roku stick or your HDMI PORT.Does you ROKU stick show a white light if not check power cable or electrical plug.
Try wiggling ROKU stick just a hair or push it in and out until you get a signal..A purple screen with the words ROKU should show up on TV.If you have a bad port on TV it would have to be replaced but this is rare,if you have a second port on tv try that.Have you tried your ROKU stick on another tv?Does your streaming stick go in vertically or horizontally,if it goes in vertically it may be pressing against side of tv prohibiting a good connection.You could try a HDMI cable, plug the HDMI cable into tv and put ROKU in other side of cable.There is also a restart button on ROKU stick push it and it will start blinking,if it doesn't light up you may have a defective ROKU stick.
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Some TV's & cables are not HDCP compliant . Sometimes you can replace the cable to fix the problem & other times you have to replace the tv because its not HDCP compliant . First check to see if your tv is HDCP compliant .
That is a handshake error generated by your TV. The fault, if any, can be from multiple causes. Some things to try in no particular order:
A different port on your TV
A different HDMI cable
Switch ends of the HDMI cable
Be sure the HDMI cable is well seated at each end
Generally one of those will fix the problem but there are a very few TVs that do not play well with the Roku. For those it has mostly been shown that the Roku conforms to the HDMI standard while the TV deviates in some way.
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To resolve the "HDCP unauthorized. Content disabled" issue, try these steps:
If you are trying to stream 4K Ultra HD content when you see the purple screen, review the instructions for setting up your Roku player for 4K. Go to the next step if you continue to see a purple screen.
On both your Roku player and your TV or AVR, unplug each end of the HDMI cable.
Power off your TV and your Roku player and unplug their respective power supplies.
Reconnect both ends of the HDMI cable, pushing them firmly, all the way in.
Reconnect your TV and your Roku player to their power supplies and power them on.
Try viewing the video again.
If the above did not resolve your issue, try these additional suggestions:
Try a different HDMI input on your TV.
Try using a different HDMI cable (less than 6 feet if available), just to make sure the cable you are currently using does not have any defects.
If you are using an HDMI switch or AVR, try connecting the Roku player directly to the TV.
Try another TV, if possible.
If you are using a computer monitor, try using a TV, if possible.
Try using different Display Settings on your Roku player. You can find these settings under Settings >Display type.
If this is the first time you are seeing this HDCP purple screen after setting up your Roku player, ensure that your TV and/or AVR supports HDCP. Contact your equipment manufacturer for more information.
Roku only supports 720P and 1080P along with the Standard Definition. If your TV only supports 720i, then the Roku won't be able to display 720i but instead 480i which is the standard display that Roku can do on a TV that doesn't support 720p or 1080p
You will most likely have to contact your LG dealer to fix this. The problem is due to the HDMI input not recognising the playstation, the cure for this is a software upgrade for External Device IDentification (EDID), which can only be done by a service centre.