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I Keep Getting 'Your TV Supports a Higher Resolution'
I have a new Samsung Smart TV. The spectrum boxes that I've had (the Worldbox and the current one that displays the date or time on front) always display that annoying box with the question above. as soon as you turn on the TV.... I've tried following all the workarounds and they don't work. I'm starting to think that it might be smart TV specific (i.e., brands) as my Sony Bravia Smart TV in the living room does not have this issue. What's going on? I"m assuming that this is a software bug that needs to be corrected. I consider myself to be a highly intelligent guy who can follow and maneuver thru all the setup steps. When you click on to upgrade to the higher resolution, there is no confirmation that it's been saved! So, everytime, you have to go thru this crap. So, when you turn on the TV, it's always back to 720p instead of it SAVING at 1080p. Is this so tough to correct??? Is it TV specific?
Does anyone from Spectrum have an answer. I am SURE that I'm not the only one. who is experiencing this! When I call Spectrum tech support, they are like, "duh?" I don't know. Come on!