How to use your Apple TV remote to control your TV

As we know the 4th gen Apple TV comes with the latest Bluetooth 4.1-connected Siri Remote. Not only does it have some special functions when it comes to Apple’s new set-top box, but it can also control your tv’s power and volume, and if you have a TV with HDMI-CEC-compliant then it can automatically switch inputs, too. If your tv supports HDMI-CEC you should be able to automatically test power, inputs, and volume after setting up your Apple TV. Today we’re here with a trick by which you can easily use your Apple TV Remote to control your TV.

Yes, this is possible by this way that I’ve been discussed in the below article How to use your Apple TV remote to control your TV by just following the below steps.

Steps To Use Your Apple TV Remote To Control Your TV

Step 1. First go to Settings > Remotes and Devices.

Also Read: How to enable voice ID for ‘Hey Siri’ on iPhone

Step 2. Now under the “Home theater control” enable “Turn on your TV with your remote.”

Step 3. Now go to Volume Control.

Step 4. Here check if the options are available, you can select Auto or TV via IR. If not, click Learn New Device to map your Siri Remote to your television.

Step 5. That’s it! Now you are done.

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