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Open settings app on your Apple TV.
Click on settings app on your Apple TV. Go to the “General” tab.Click on the “Remotes and Devices” tab.Click on the “Volume Control” tab.Turn on volume control for your TV.
Select Remotes and Devices.
On your Apple TV 4K apple tv hd go to Settings > Remotes and Devices. If you have an Apple TV (2nd or 3rd generation), go to Settings > General > Remotes.
On your Mac, open the Remote app in the Utilities folder of your Applications folder.
In the Remote app, select your Apple TV.
If you don’t see your Apple TV, make sure that your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch is on the same Wi-Fi network as your Apple TV.
Press and hold the MENU and Volume Up buttons for 5 seconds or until you see the light on your remote flash.
Select Learn Remote.
1. Open the Settings app on your Apple TV.
2. Select Remotes and Devices > Learn Remote.
3. If your Apple TV is connected to a TV, you might need to switch inputs or turn on your TV before continuing.
4. Hold down Menu and Volume Up on your Siri Remote for two seconds, then release when the LED blinks three times. You can also hold down Menu and Home on a non-Siri remote for the same amount of time.
5. Follow the steps that appear on your screen (pressing volume or power buttons, or moving your cursor around).
6. When you finish, your Apple TV remote should control power and volume for your TV or receiver.
Follow the instructions on your screen.
If you see the Set Up Your Apple TV screens, follow the instructions on your screen until you see the “Where is your remote?” screen. If you see the Welcome to AirPlay or Home Sharing screens, your Apple TV is already set up.
To turn on your TV with your Apple TV remote, first make sure that your Apple TV and television are connected and powered on.
If you see a black screen or if your Apple TV shows the settings screen for more than a few minutes, connect your Apple TV to power and to your television again.
After you connect, follow the instructions on your screen.