I am having the same issue also since 7.2 was released. I am running minidlna server. A movie will stop playing and throw the error "File Not Playable" in the same exact spot. The only way to get past this is to take note of the exact spot the video fails and then restart the movie from the beginning and fast forward 1 or 2 minutes past the point of failure.
Love my Roku's, but 4 weeks have gone by since 7.2 was released, which introduced this bug. I have stuck with Roku because it has been so stable, probably due to the fact that release cycles seem to be more prudent, however something like this justifies an emergency fix.
There are (estimated) thousands of Plex/Roku users with magnum Blu-Ray rips suffering with this bug.
If it is possible for Roku to raise the drawbridge and fill the moat with alligators - that would be a good idea. The townspeople are coming armed with torches and farming implements and they don't look happy.
Exactly DubTaylor. The only reason why I haven't gone to a Android based media player has been because of stability and convenience, but now I am being forced to look else where. The G-Box Q looks really nice.
My Netflix Roku app sometime gives me an blue screen of "stability"when powering on for the first time and playing a movie. Power off/on solves the "[font=-apple-system, Helvetica Neue, Helvetica, sans-serif]stability" problem.[/font]
Hello all, We've completed internal testing on the next 7.2 patch release. This includes a fix for streaming of large >4G local media. If interested in testing this release, please PM to me the devid of the roku you want to get this early release software. thanks rokudale
Is there an estimated time we can expect the new update to roll out? I have several clients with rokus that have been suffering from this issue for weeks and they would like to know when they can expect a fix.