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How to Pairing Apple TV With a Remote

How to Pairing Apple TV With a Remote - Learn here the Apple TV manual 4th generation basic remote functions. Here’s how to use your Apple Remote:
Pairing Apple TV With a Remote

  1. To Do this
  2. Move through the menu options Press Up, Down, Left, or Right
  3. Select an option from a menu Press Select
  4. Return to a previous menu Press Menu
  5. Pause or resume current playback Press Play/Pause (’)
  6. Return to the main menu Hold down Menu
  7. Reset Apple TV Hold down Menu and Down, until the Apple TV status light blinks rapidly
  8. Up and Down on the Apple Remote don’t control the volume on your TV or receiver. Use the remote that came with your TV or receiver to change the volume.

How to Pairing Apple TV With a Remote

The Apple Remote works with the built-in IR receiver on Apple TV. To set Apple TV to work with only the included remote, pair Apple TV and the remote.
To pair Apple TV with the included remote:
  1. Keep the remote pointed directly at Apple TV.
  2. Hold down Menu and Right for 6 seconds.
Or, you can:
  1. Choose Settings from the Apple TV main menu.
  2. Choose General > Remotes > Pair Apple Remote.
  3. When you successfully pair your Apple Remote, Apple TV displays a chainlink symbol above a picture of a remote. Apple TV now works with only the paired remote.
Unpairing Apple TV from a remote
If you lose the Apple Remote that you paired Apple TV with, you can use another Apple Remote to unpair Apple TV from the lost remote.
To unpair Apple TV from a paired remote:
  1. Keep the remote pointed directly at Apple TV.
  2. Hold down Menu and Left for 6 seconds.
Or, you can:
  1. Choose Settings from the Apple TV main menu.
  2. Choose General > Remotes > Unpair Apple Remote.
  3. When you successfully unpair the lost remote, Apple TV displays a broken chainlink symbol above a picture of a remote. You can now pair Apple TV with a different remote.
How to Pairing Apple TV With a Remote
Apple TV Troubleshooting
Most problems with Apple TV can be solved quickly by following the advice in this Apple TV Guide. For additional tips and troubleshooting information, see the Apple TV Support page at www.apple.com/support/appletv.

If you have a problem with Apple TV, there’s usually a quick and simple solution.
First steps
  1. If Apple TV isn’t responding, first make sure:
  2. The cables between Apple TV and your TV are pushed all the way in.
  3. The power cords for Apple TV and your TV are securely connected to a working power source.
  4. Your TV is turned on and set to the correct input.
  5. Apple TV is connected to your network. Choose Settings > General > Network, and see if Apple TV has an IP address.
  6. Your network and Internet connections are on and working properly.
  7. If you still have trouble, try resetting your equipment by disconnecting Apple TV,
    your TV, your wireless networking equipment or base station, and your router
    from the power outlet. Wait 30 seconds, and then reconnect everything.
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