Now that Apple is adding more third-party content to Apple TV, you may find that some of them you won’t use and removing them will reduce clutter. For instance, with the Apple TV 5.3 update Apple added HBO GO, ESPN, Sky News, Qello, and Crunchyroll to Apple TV. Here’s how you can easily hide third-party
To access your movies, music, photos, etc. on Apple TV that are stored on a computer you need to enable Home Sharing on both devices. In order for Home Sharing to work, you must be signed in using the same Apple ID on your Apple TV and in iTunes on the computer with your content.
If you are trying to restore your Apple TV using iTunes 11 you may get the message “The Device Cannot Be Found.” Apple has acknowledged this issue and suggests the following resolution; Step 1. Download the Apple TV software restore file to your Desktop or other location by right-clicking on the link for your model
Apple has recognized that there are some 2nd and 3rd generation Apple TV users having problems updating to Apple TV software 5.1.1 if they’re using a ethernet cable instead of wi-fi. In some instances users are also having problems viewing Hulu Plus, MLB, NHL, YouTube, Photo Stream and WSJ Live on Apple TV. According to
Apple TV has a very useful feature that allows the device to learn remotes that control your TV, cable box or DVD player. The remote does not need to be a universal remote. In fact, it’s just the opposite of a programable remote. Instead of the remote learning to control your Apple TV, your Apple
Unfortunately, Apple seems to be in no hurry to add Amazon Instant Video to Apple TV. While the service may compete with iTunes, the same can be said about Netflix and Hulu Plus (both can be found on Apple TV). We’re not certain why Amazon Instant Video hasn’t been added to Apple TV, but Amazon
After updating Apple TV many people are getting the following Netflix error message: “Please Try Again Later (789) Error”. For most people a simple reboot will resolve the problem. To reboot your apple TV: Hold the Menu and Down buttons on your Apple TV remote for six seconds. After the Apple TV restarts, try Netflix