As far as I can tell, the Vizio TV is up to date software-wise. It’s been connected to the internet. I didn’t see any way to force an update.
I tried another HDMI cable. That didn’t seem to help either.
Which file from “device_trees” should you use on the N2+, g12b_s922x_odroid_n2.dtb or g12b_s922x_odroid_n2plus.dtb?
I tried both and neither seemed to have any effect on the problem but I just want to be sure.
Maybe I should document what I did for the install in case I made any mistakes.
I downloaded “CoreELEC-Amlogic-ng.arm-9.2.7-Odroid_N2.img.gz”, extracted it and wrote the image to an sd card. I copied the g12b_s922x_odroid_n2plus.dtb file to the root and renamed it to dtb.img. I put the card into the N2+ and booted it. Then I copied my LibreElec’s samba.conf file to the card’s .Config dir and rebooted again.
I then copied from my LibreElec backup the “.Kodi” directory to the “.Kodi” directory on the N2+ box. I just pasted the backup .Kodi dir over top of the existing N2+ .Kodi dir. I didn’t delete any existing files from the N2+ .Kodi directory before doing the paste.
I also transferred the sd card to a 2nd N2+ box I had here just to make sure it wasn’t an N2+ hardware defect issue. I experienced the same problem on that box as well.
I took my N2+ box to my friend’s place last night so we used his HDMI cable and TV. The problem didn’t happen there, however, we didn’t watch many different videos either. Sometimes here at home I have to watch quite a few different videos until the problem happens. Other times it’s only a few files.
Finally, the problem never happens when the video is playing. It only happens either when you try to play the video or when you end watching the video either by hitting “X” or by fast forwarding/skipping to the end. This is all with streaming videos from different sources (minimum of 3 sources)
At this point, I’m stumped and annoyed.
Any further advice would be greatly appreciated.
That’s pretty much it.