TiVo, Inc. has developed the TiVo digital video recorder (DVR) and is now allowing TV to pass through Xbox One. After set up Xbox One with the Tivo going through it and hook it up via a HDMI cable, Tivo doesn’t receivr an HDCP key back from the Xbox and I get a error message saying “HDMI connection not permitted”. Making a rest doesn’r fix the problem.
Many people have connected Xbox One with TiVo DVR and the TiVo box is displaying “Viewing is not permitted using the TiVo Digital Media Recorder’s HDMI output. Try another TV input.” or a similar message. Becasue the box is not receiving an HDCP key back from the television. Series3, HD, and Premiere series boxes require an HDCP key only as well as TiVo HD and Premiere series boxes require an HDCP key any time.
To comply with copy protection standards and resolve the issue, try the following tips:
* If you connect the box directly to the TV with an HDMI cable
1. Make sure your TV is set to view the HDMI input
2. Disconnect the HDMI cable and plug it in on both ends
3. From TiVo Central go to Messages & Settings > Account & System Information > System Information, make sure the System Information screen shows “HDCP Status: Enabled”. If not, your TV should be installed a firmware update to generating proper HDCP.
* through an AV receiver with an HDMI cable
1. Make sure AV receiver is powered on and set to the correct input, and re-connect all HDMI cables
2. The System Information screen should say “HDCP Enabled.”
* Through a VCR or DVD recorder
1. Power the TV on and set to view the HDMI input, and also power AV receiver ON.
2. Try recording copy-protected content to the VCR or DVD recorder again.