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A "factory reset" worked for me - plugging it in via USB (and power) to a Mac running iTunes and resetting it did the trick: http://www.howtogeek.com/214243/how-to-factory-reset-or-reboot-an-apple-tv/ Apple's instructions: https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT202118


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As far as I know, that is impossible. But, you can use the Lightning to HDMI adapter or AirPlay to an Apple TV.


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I had the same issue with an Apple TV 3. The signal would drop intermittently (every couple of minutes). I read various forums ad nauseam and tweaked my router (the settings were fine, and it is located 5 feet from the Apple TV). I ended up unplugging the Apple TV 3 from the Monster Power strip and plugging it into a completely separate outlet. Voila! It ...


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This is the result of songs in the album having different artists. It's a common problem, but thankfully easy to fix. Different artists in one album? How is this possible? Generally, albums that have multiple artists are compilation albums. Meaning that not every artist that contributed to the album, contributed to every song. If this isn't the case, the ...


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I play a song on my phone and then close AirPlay and select Apple TV which wakes the device. This works most of the time.


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It's currently not possible.​​


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Generally speaking, static on the HDMI link can be as a result of too much noise (the signal to noise reason is to low). You say you have not changed the cable, that would be my first suspect. Change that up and take it from there. Any breaks or wear on the cable and pins can introduce noise such that the signal effectively drops out.


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Netflix and YouTube is not possible. I have not found this info anywhere but Apple and/or Netflix apparently do not allow AirPlay without Wifi. Using the latest Apple TV A1469 "EMC 2633" you are able to AirPlay without wifi from iOS 7 or later but if you try to "mirror" Netflix or YouTube you will receive error messages and the videos will not play. Hulu ...


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When adding an .m4v file, or other acceptable A/V type file extensions, to iTunes either by drag and drop or using File > Add to Library... the file is added to Home Videos under Movies. In a fresh install of OS X, in the image below, it shows the available tabs when selecting Movies in iTunes. Note there is no Home Videos tab. In the image below, after ...



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