Haha it's a Sharp Aquos but I'll need to check the model where I get home in a bit
So it turns out the reason we check for HLG support is due to a bug with Samsung TVs, where the TV reports that it's HDR capable even when HDR colour mode is turned off on that HDMI port. This results in awful video playback when we try to give an HDR signal to a port that doesn't want it.
We were advised that the best way to detect true HDR availability was to also check HLG support, which Samsung TVs only report when the port is properly enabled. So this is what we're doing.
We've now all agreed that this was bad advice - great for Samsung users, but potentially bad for others. We're removing the check, and looking for a better fix. Thanks for raising it @NigelB72
@DarrenDev glad to be of help. And thank you to yourself and the development team for listening to customer feedback. Brilliant customer service from all involved... Thanks
I'd like to second that sentiment. The apps arrival on Roku (and other devices) will bring BT Sport to a wider audience, especially when HDR is active on live football etc. Keep up the good work @DarrenDev and team.