If only! The HDMI cable was in the socket market STB (HDMI1), so moved it to HDMI 3 - made no difference. I then noticed that HDMI 4 was marked MHL, so moved to that one and again, no difference ......
Sorry about that. I looked up a picture online and it seems to be HDMI 3.
It's possible that once it's on the MHL port you'll need to re-run the display setup to ensure it's outputting at the correct settings. Also, just want to check that you're using the supplied 'High Speed' HDMI cable that came with the V6?
Hi. I had similar issues with v6 & Netflix not working .I run everything through a home cinema amp. I worked out that the denon avr-2100w was not hdcp 2.2 compliant. My Samsung tv has a smart box & all 4 ports are hdcp compliant. If I bypass the amp everything works. Its down to v6 box sending hdcp 2.2 signal for copyright . Looks like I need a new amp