I hoping it's fixed as well. Apple did respond to a bug report I had claiming it was fixed in 11.4.1....but I'm not on the beta right now so I can't check. FYI you can restart the ATV using the remote like this:cool, so post 11.1.
I am hoping that this is fixed in 11.4.1... if it's not I'm putting the ATV 4K on a HomeKit enabled power outlet so I can restart it from the couch
cool, I thought I tried sleeping and waking the ATV from settings and that not cleaning up the HDCP issue but didn't try a force restart.I hoping it's fixed as well. Apple did respond to a bug report I had claiming it was fixed in 11.4.1....but I'm not on the beta right now so I can't check. FYI you can restart the ATV using the remote like this:
To force restart the new Apple TV, press and hold both the Menu and Home buttons. (The Home button has the silhouette of a TV or monitor on it.) After holding in both buttons for roughly 10 seconds, the white light on the Apple TV box will begin flashing
Also if you have a Harmony remote with the hub, there is a dedicated restart command you can assign to a button.
Yeah I know some people with the Harmony even programmed a force reboot during the start up of the activity just to make sure it re-did the handshake!cool, I thought I tried sleeping and waking the ATV from settings and that not cleaning up the HDCP issue but didn't try a force restart.
re: beta. I'm not installing the beta either, just not worth it for a device in production use. I've been burned before and my wife will kill me if I tank the ATV
I'm on tvOS beta 11.4.1 Beta 1 on a Sony X800D using Rocketfish HDMI cables from Best buy. I haven't updated to the newest beta yet because I'm going on a week and a half with no issues. No black screens. I haven 't noticed any bugs or anything like that on the beta. It looks like the problem may have been fixed by Apple. I can sleep normally in 30 minutes and wake it up 4 hours later or the next day and have video!! Highly recommend updating to the latest beta.
In Apple TV settings go to Software Update and enable Get Public Beta updates. Although I think theyre on tvOS 12 beta now and the problem is back according to Apple forums. Should just wait for tvOS 11.4.1 to release to the public then.I’m having the same problems. How does one go about installing this beta version?
Does it automatically mean, that said Belkin cable is unable to sustain 48Gbps bandwidth? I don't think so.But next is the Belkin cable. I am extremelly annoyed that they say the cable is a HDM 2.1. The HDMI 2.1 cable specs are not finalised, so nobody has a 2.1 HDMI cable. this is a complete lie.