If you’re having trouble with apple tv one of the first things you can try is restarting it. Here’s how to do that.
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Go to Settings
To restart apple tv go to Settings > System > Restart. You can also unplug your Apple TV from power and plug it back in. If you can’t restart your Apple TV or you’re experiencing other issues,contact apple support
On your Apple TV 4K or HDR TV, go to Settings > System.
On your Apple TV (4th generation), go to Settings.
On your Apple TV (3rd generation), go to General > Settings.
On your Apple TV 4K or 4th generation, go to Settings > System > Restart.
On your Apple TV (3rd generation), go to Settings > General > Restart.
Restart from the Menu Bar
If your Apple TV is acting up, one thing you can try is restarting it. This will give it a chance start fresh and hopefully fix the problem. Here’s how to do it.
Go to the Menu Bar
The first thing you’ll need to do is go to the Menu Bar. You can do this by either clicking the button on your remote that has the three lines on it, or by swiping down from the top of your screen with your finger.
Select Restart from the drop-down menu
If your Apple TV is unresponsive or acting strange, you can try restarting it. To do so:
Use the Siri Remote
If you need to restart your Apple TV, you can use the Siri Remote. First, open settings app Then, go to System > Restart. Finally, select Restart.
Press and hold the Menu button and the Home button simultaneously
To restart your Apple TV, press and hold the Menu button and the Home button simultaneously for at least six seconds, until you see the Apple TV status light flash.
Release the buttons when the Apple TV restarts
To restart your Apple TV, press and hold both the Menu and Home buttons on your Siri Remote for at least 6 seconds. You should see the light on your remote flash.
Release the buttons when you see the light on your Apple TV flash. If you don’t see the light flash, press and hold the buttons again until you do.