Setting up an Android TV is a pretty simple task, but there are a few things you should do in order to make the process as smooth and easy as possible. In this article, we’ll show you the smartest way to set it all up using your remote!
What is an Android TV?
Android TV is a new platform from Google that delivers a powerful and intuitive platform to stream content from your devices. With Android TV, you can access thousands of channels and apps to watch your favorite shows and movies. You don’t need an extra device like a cable box or satellite box-just one set-top box like an Android TV. There are many different ways to get started with Android TV, so read on for our recommendations!
Our top recommendation for the best way to setup Android TV is the Nvidia Shield. The Shield is a powerful media center that runs Android 6.0 Marshmallow and features a 1 TB hard drive for storage, 4K Ultra HD support, 802.11ac WiFi and Bluetooth 5.0 connectivity. The Shield also includes a remote control that has been optimized for Android TV use as well as voice search capabilities so you can quickly find what you’re looking for on the big screen (plus, it looks pretty sweet!). If you don’t have an Nvidia Shield yet, there are other options available such as the Roku Streaming Stick and Chromecast Ultra. Both of these devices have been optimized for streaming content from your devices so they will work great with Android TV.
If you want to watch content without having to leave your couch, then we recommend getting an Amazon Fire TV or Apple TV 4th Gen+. These devices are both compatible with most modern networks including Wi-Fi and 3G/4G so you can stream content quickly and easily without
Types of Android TV
Android TV is a great platform for streaming content from your favorite apps and services. But to get the most out of it, you need the right hardware and software setup. There are three main types of Android TV: smart TVs, set-top boxes, and streaming sticks.
Smart TVs: The first type of Android TV is a traditional TV with an integrated operating system and app store. These TVs generally have better performance and features than set-top boxes or streaming sticks, but they’re more expensive.
Set-top boxes: Set-top boxes are smaller, cheaper devices that plug into your TV’s HDMI port and offer access to live channels, on-demand content, and apps like Netflix, Hulu+, and Amazon Prime Video. They don’t have as many features as smart TVs, but they’re perfect if you just want basic TV functionality without all the bells and whistles.
Streaming sticks: Streaming sticks are the smallest type of Android TV device and perfect if you just want to watch some basic content from apps like YouTube or Netflix without installing any extra software. They usually have lower performance than either smart TVs or set-top boxes, but they’re much cheaper.
How to Setup an Android TV with Remote
There are a few different ways to setup an Android TV with remote. The easiest way is to use the Google Home app. You can also use a universal remotes such as the Logitech Harmony or the Amazon Fire TV remote. Or you can use your smartphone to control your TV.
If you want to use your Google Home, first make sure that it is connected to the internet and activated. Then open the Google Home app and go to “Settings.” Under “General,” click on “Voice Control.” Make sure that “Android TV” is checked and that your Android TV is listed under “Devices.” Finally, under “Command preferences,” make sure that “Google Home” is selected as your voice control device.
To use the Logitech Harmony, press and hold down a button on both the Harmony and your Android TV. From here, you can access all of the Harmony’s features including setting up streaming services and controlling playback.
To use the Amazon Fire TV remote, first press and hold down a button on both devices until they start flashing white. From here, you can access all of the Fire TV’s features including controlling playback.
Setting up your Android TV with a remote is one of the more frustrating tasks that you can do. With so many different devices and manufacturers out there, it can be hard to find the right method for connecting your device to your TV. In this article, we have outlined the three best ways to set up an Android TV with a remote. Hopefully, by following these tips you will be able to get started setting up your Android TV in no time at all!
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