Apple TV ON

Hey Siri, turn on my TV


Description

Made for iOS 12

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With Apple TV ON you'll be able to boot/turn on/wake up your tv and TV (HDMI-CEC required) at the same time. This works for tvOS 12.1.1 and above, including tvOS 12.2 which is the latest version.

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You can add a Siri phrase like "Turn on my TV"—if you like (instructions below). After turning on your tv and TV, the shortcut opens (by default) Apple’s Remote app (needs to be installed) to navigate or to turn off your tv and TV. If you don't use the Remote app, you can change these settings easily, so the app won’t open (and does not need to be installed either).

For the shortcut to work, the iOS device must be on the same network/WiFi like the tv.

 
 
 
 

Import Questions:

After importing the shortcut, you will be prompted to enter the IP and Serial of your tv. You'll find both in Settings > General > Info. If you don't want the shortcut to open the tv Remote app, simply follow the configuration process.

Apple TV ON Import Questions

 
 
 
 

Add Siri Phrase:

Add your personal Siri Phrase like „Turn on my TV“ by following these steps.

Apple TV ON Add to Siri

 
 
 
 

This Shortcut supports Check For Updates

Run Check For Updates at any time to check for updates to this and other Shortcuts. For this to work, you will need to download Check For Updates here:

This Shortcut Supports Check For Updates

 
 
 
 

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Latest Release Notes

1.1 - April 8, 2019, 12:52 a.m.

— Added: Check For Updates support
— Added: Option to open or not open Apple's Remote app (part of the configuration process)
— Improved: Import questions


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