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BeoRemote One and AppleTV 4k PUC

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raveny
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raveny posted on Fri, Aug 3 2018 6:43 AM

Hi,

I‘ve bought an Apple TV 4K for my Eclipse and I‘d like to control it via the BeoRemote One. PUC cable is connected, Apple TV is set up in the sources menu, PUC (Apple TV 4th generation) has been downloaded... but how do I add it to my remote? I can‘t find it in the settings menu. Any idea?

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Opman
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Opman replied on Fri, Aug 3 2018 8:52 AM

All configuration is done on the Eclipse. Once the source and PUC have been set up, the Eclipse sends this information to the BeoRemoteOne via Bluetooth.

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raveny
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Thanks, but it's not working...

I press TV, select Apple TV, home screen appears and nothing happens when pressing a button. In the device settings it's displayed Apple Remote (4th gen), PUC 1A :(

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Your ATV may be paired to the AppleTV remote in which case it won't work. I think this is how to unpair it :-

To unlink your Apple Remote, go to the main menu of your Apple TV. Choose Settings > General > Remotes, then choose Unpair Apple Remote. Or you can use any Apple Remote (aluminum or white) and press and hold the Menu and Left buttons for six seconds.

On your Apple TV, after you successfully unlink your devices,  an icon of two separate pieces of chain appears above an icon of a remote.

If the ATV is paired to a remote the PUC can't work.

Stoobie 

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Opman replied on Sat, Aug 4 2018 12:24 PM

Of course the other element of the operation is to make sure that the ir emitter is positioned in the correct place on the Apple TV box. A few mm one way or the other will result in no operation.

I don't currently have one to check but from memory its top left somewhere near the power LED.

Good luck.

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raveny
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Thanks guys!

I‘ll try it out when I‘m home again... 

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