The latest Roku firmware update seems to have fixed a glitch.

In this earlier posting, I had written that my Roku Ultra had a glitch.

More specifically, this glitch involved the ‘Anynet+’ feature, by which the Roku can wake up the TV it’s connected to, when we only turn on the Roku. This should happen due to the HDMI cable that connects them, because of this named protocol.

Previously, this feature was only working intermittently.

The Roku received a Firmware Update dated May 5, which seems to have fixed that problem. Now it seems to happen reliably, that when I just turn on my Roku, my TV also turns on, and switches to the input automatically, that the Roku is connected to.



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