As we know, the fourth generation Apple TV comes with the latest Siri Remote connected via Bluetooth 4.1. In addition to having some special functions in the new Apple set-top box, you can also control the power and volume of your TV and, if you have a TV with HDMI-CEC compliant then you can also switch between entries automatically. If your TV supports HDMI-CEC, you can automatically test the power, inputs and volume after installing Apple TV. Today, we’re here with a trick by which you can easily use the Apple TV Remote to control your TV.
Yes, this is possible in this way, as discussed in the article below How to use the Apple TV remote control to control your TV following the steps below.
Step 1. First go to Settings> Remote Controls and Devices.
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Step 2. Now under the “Home theater control” enable “Turn on the TV with the remote.”
Step 3. Now go to Volume control.
Step 4. Here, check if the options are available, you can select Self or IR TV. Otherwise, click Learn new device to map your Siri Remote to your television.
Step 5. That’s it! You are now ready.
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