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- Dec 9, 1998
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Tried all of that. No change.So bizarre, Tino! It sounds to me as if it's something else in your equipment chain. As others have mentioned, if it was an Apple issue it would be more widespread, as it would if it was a Netflix/Vudu issue. I haven't read back through the entire thread, but have you tried moving the ATV4K to a different input on your receiver (I assume you're HDMI switching your various sources through an AVR)? Have you tried connecting the ATV4K directly to your LG? Have you tried a different HDMI cable with it? I'm sure all of this has been touched on before. Just spitballing here.
Yes. Have tried all that.@Tino, have you tried a complete factory reset and then set it up directly connected to your LG 4K TV (before eventually moving back into the full HT system)? Maybe also have the Netflix app removed (perhaps before the reset) and reinstalled (after the reset).
No idea, but maybe some (erroneous) state info is just stuck in the ATV4K after it was set up (unintentionally, erroneously) to output HD for some apps like Netflix and Vudu.
Who is your internet provider?
Hell, we're just throwing out crap as Tino needs to get somebody with an Apple laptop to really figure out what's going on here.Thing is his other methods of access seem fine... and this is happening in his parents' home too (although I suppose they might use the same ISP).
Doesn't seem likely isolated to his ISP (throttling only Netflix/Vudu access) or it'd likely impact a whole lot of NYers (and his other methods of access too)...
Quite a few pages back I had posted instructions on how to enable the developer HUD in the ATV (requires a Mac with XCode connected to it). This then tells you the stream you're 1) receiving from your source, and 2) outputting to your TV.What would a Mac do for tino at someone else’s house?