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Apple has officially ended youtube apps on atv2 Im in a similar situation like urs We will have to wait and watch for a workaround


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Youtube has changed their API from version 2 to version 3, and on May 1st they shut down access to any program/web page or service that accessed the Youtube v2 api. This included older Apple TVs. in order to actually get a working Youtube program on his Apple TV, he will need a new one, which has an updated Youtube program using the new api. Other than ...


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If he's willing to spend that amount of money then he might as well consider getting the Chromecast. The Chromecast doesn't necessarily work on it's own in the sense that it could work off nothing but a remote but it has an amazingly solid playlist queue that anyone in the house can just sort of throw videos into. If it's just a YouTube experience alone, I ...


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There are two ways to send content via AirPlay from your Mac to your Apple TV when it comes out of the box. The first is the Mirroring method, found, as you mentioned, in the Menu Bar on OS X and in the Control Centre on iOS. As far as the in-app method goes, the only app that supports that is iTunes. There should be an AirPlay icon at the top of the window ...


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It is possible that your father accidentally removed the Youtube button from the interface. You should go the the Apple TV Settings > Main Menu and select "Show" for the Youtube channel. While in this menu, you can "Hide" all the other channels not in use. See this page for a visual guide on how to hide and show channels. Here's Youtube displaying on my ...



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