Installing tvOS software is way simpler if compared to the installation procedure of macOS or iOS. Another beta version of tvOS 13.4 has been released, which is now the 4th version of the following OS. Like the previous beta version. tvOS 13.4 beta 4 is also initially released for developers. Apple has improved various features in the ongoing OS with a great performance as well. Just like how important is iOS and macOS, in the same way, it’s essential to install tvOS as well for improving performance and to use new features that the company provides. Beta versions releases for testing the whole software.
For using the latest beta 4 version first thing you need to do is installing the software version in the system. Installing beta version in Apple TV 4th generation and Apple TV 4K both are somewhat complicated whether other systems are as much as this. Apple TV operating system is different from others because you cannot take the backup of your TV. You can install tvOS 13.4 beta 4 versions through over the air and also through USB-C cable. If you are new in installing or are unfamiliar with installing tvOS, then here is what you need to do.
Install tvOS13.4 Beta 4 on Apple TV
Installing the tvOS beta configuration profile wirelessly possible, but for doing it, Mac is the first thing you will require. Apart from Mac, Apple configurator and the latest version of Xcode is also required if you are doing it for the first time. The procedure of over the air is, to some extent, longer; however, it will keep your configured apps the same as before.
On Mac, open browser and type developer.apple.com/ in the address bar.
Tap in the “Discover” icon.
Tap on “tvOS” option.
Insert your “Username” and “Password” in the login columns.
Scroll down and tap on the blue download icon from the right side of the “tvOS 13 beta configuration profile.” Just keep one thing in mind that saves your profile on the desktop.
Now from the “Mac App Store,” install the “Apple Configuration app.”
Connect Apple TV 4K or Apple TV 4th generation with “AC power.”
Join your Apple TV 4th generation or Apple TV 4K with the wireless network.
Launch the latest version of Xcode on your Mac.
Press “Window” in Menu Bar.
Press on the “Devices and Simulators.”
Launch the “Settings” app on your Apple TV.
Select the “Remotes and Devices” icon.
Tap on the “Remotes App and devices.”
Choose “Apple TV” in Xcode after appearing in the left bar below the discovered.
Insert the following “Code” that show, and then Xcode will connect with Apple TV.
Launch “Apple Configurator” on your Mac.
Tap on Apple TV in the “Apple configurator.”
Drag “tvOS Configuration Profile” from desktop to Apple TV icon on Apple Configurator.
Your Apple TV will be configured now. It will detect the latest tvOS for download and installation. However, if you have already set up your Apple TV before, then all you need to do is download the profile, Open Apple Configurator and then drag profile on your Apple TV.
Install tvOS13.4 Beta 4 on Apple TV via. USB-C
With 4th generation Apple TV you can install restore the image with USC-C cable.
Open the browser on Mac and type developer.apple.com/ in the address bar.
Tap on “Discover.”
Tap on “tvOS.”
Insert your “Username” and “Password” of the developer.
Press on “tvOS restore image.”
Tap on the “application” at the top side of the page.
Press on the blue Download icon on the right side of Xcode 10.
Install the Xcode 11 on Mac.
Attach Apple TV (4th generation) with “AC power.”
Attach your Apple TV (4th generation) with your “Mac” by using the “USB-C” cable.
Launch the “iTunes.”
Choose Apple TV after appearing in iTunes.
Hold the option button and then tap on the “Check for Updates” icon.
Browse and tap on the tvOS 13 beta you downloaded in step 3.
After your iTunes finishes updating Apple TV of yours, just connect it with your TV and then watch what you want to watch on the latest version of Apple TV.
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