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It's a known bug. Download the IPSW manually from developer.apple.com/tvos/download, alt-click the Restore button and select your IPSW.


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no hifi, in apple tv4 only hdmi for movie, no hifi... Only with apple tv 3 that you could hook it up to a decent DAC to have hifi. it is a shame apple didn't care about apple tv3 and allowing music on it. And worst of all, when you start subscribing to music, Apple unplug the imatch fonction, so your apple tv, is useless.


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You can Airplay to Amazon Fire, Windows, Mac, or Android devices using Reflector 2. It claims to support sending from iOS 9 devices also (note I personally haven't tested the iOS 9 support yet). Reflector installs an app that acts as an AirPlay and Google Cast receiver. The app is available for Windows, Mac, Android, or Amazon Fire. Since Reflector supports ...


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Apparently not much these days unless you want to play standard definition content or heavily mod the thing. See here for more info on making it into a useful device for that purpose (Kodi can be configured to stream media from those services you mentioned): http://kodi.wiki/view/Apple_TV_1


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The short answer if you have a 3rd generation Apple TV. You can't. If you want to develop apps for an Apple TV you need the current 4th Generation Apple TV, A Mac with Xcode 7.1.1 or higher and some knowledge of Swift and/or Objective-C (probably go for Swift that's what all the cool kids are doing these days).


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The new TVSJ Framework or the TVML won't work on my 3rd Gen Apple TV? Apple said the 3rd gen Apple TV will not run tvOS when means you can't develop any app on that device. If you do want to develop, you can buy a 4th gen. Do I have to develop everything via iOS swift/Objective-C? Nope, Apple TV runs tvOS which have its own SDK. But the frameworks are ...



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