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Based on the comments, I would suggest trying a new HDMI cable. We use our Apple TV almost every day and I've had one HDCP error in two years.
You can solve this in 4 steps: Go to Settings Go to the General menu Go to the Autolock section Set it to Never
As far as I'm aware, there is no web browser for the AppleTV as of today; perhaps this will be added as an app for the 4th generation model? That being said, the only way that I'm aware of displaying web browser contents in the device is to use AirPlay mirroring. From what I understand, any Mac produced since ~2011 should have this ability as long as it is ...
I think Bluetooth will do. The volume can be controlled using the Siri remote. Also, it won't have the problem of sound lagging with AirPlay. The only problem is that the Apple TV doesn't have a disconnect option for the Bluetooth speakers (this is a problem if you are sharing the same speakers among your computer and your Apple TV). Once you have connected ...
I use the THX tune up app on iOS to calibrate my AppleTV over airplay. I've not found a way to get OS X to calibrate things further, but to my eyes, this workaround has been good enough with default settings on OS X.
It is my understanding that for the iPhone, a PS 4 controller can be used on a jail-broken phone using an app called Controllers for All. I'm not aware of any other methods. Under the assumption that the Apple TV is mostly an iOS device, and if a jailbreak for the new Apple TV is possible, then I'd expect the developer of Controllers for All to try to ...
Have you tried directly editing the info in iTunes? For example, you can manually select all of the season 4 TV shows, right click, press the "Get Info" button (Not what most people expect) You should see a window like this (when selecting multiple items), which you should be able to directly modify the season number:
Sorry for the shameless plug, but I made the app just because Apple TV lacks the time: Screen Clock.
Assuming you don't have home sharing enabled, this page suggests that you can set up an iOS device as a remote if you connect your Apple TV over ethernet. If you had enabled Home Sharing on your Apple TV before the remote got lost, you can just use the app directly over WiFi to configure your new third party remote. But with Home Sharing turned ...
Download the Remote app for iOS onto a device with BTLE Connect the Apple TV to iTunes and restore it (you will lose everything that's currently on the Apple TV) Use the iOS physical tap method to set up the AppleTV and pair it to your iOS device Profit in not having to order a replacement battery or replacement Apple infrared remote or borrow one to get it ...
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