Apple TV 2: a way to insert Micro-USB and HDMI together

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kayumba2 posted an informative video demonstration that guide you to insert Micro-USB and HDMI together.

You need to cut with thin knife HDMI cable and clip it together.

 


 

Remote HD with Amazing Features

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 Remote HD can do all these things and offers a ton of features at an affordable price like:

  • Added support for iOS 5
  • Plays DRM protected Movies, TV Shows, Podcasts, Trailers, Music from iOS devices or iTunes on Mac/PC
  • Added support for doubleTwist+AirTwist add-on; AirPlay from Android
  • Optimizations for iPhone 4S added
  • Support enhanced slideshows with music
  • Added support for Camera for Apple TV iOS app
  • Fixed iPhone 3GS photo-orientation bug

For more information visit Remotehd and watch the videos below:
 


 


 

Porting Plex Client for Jailbroken Apple TV 2G

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Ijailbreak member Dusty has shared a nice tutorial that will help you to successfully install Plex, the popular Mac-based and iOS media solution on your jailbroken Apple TV 2G. Once you will have Plex server running you can play any Plex content on your AppleTV.

Instructions on how to install the Plex plugin are posted on the Plex forums and your Apple TV 2G must be jailbroken using the latest version of PwnageTool.

 

 


 

Firecore’s aTV Flash (black) for Apple TV 2

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aTV Flash (black) is a user-friendly software package from Firecore that supercharges your new black AppleTV 2. It is available in both Mac and Windows version. This software package is very simple to use and safe for your AppleTV.

Installing aTV Flash (black) is also easy. More details on the installation process can be seen here.

Very recently Firecore has launched the version 1.1.1 of aTV Flash (black) that are having numerous features like :

  • expanded support for subtitles,
  • metadata performance improvements, and
  • a stocking full of bug fixes.

Full details on what’s new in version 1.1.1 and how to update can be found here.

Xctechs shared a video of aTV Flash (black) for Apple TV 2 on (MAC / Windows ) on YouTube that can be seen below:

 

Hasbro My3D – an eye-popping 3D Viewer

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Teamdroid member John reports The mega toy company Hasbro have unveiled a 3D viewer that’s designed for Apple’s second, third, and fourth generation iPod touch, iPhone 3G, 3GS and iPhone 4. Hasbro has a number of applications available on the Apple iTunes app store, games and immersive 360 degree pano stuff.

For more info about 3D photography check out the International Stereoscopic Union

If you want to bend your eyes have a look at my 3D photos (crosseye freeview method). More here as well (in universal freeview mode).

I can’t wait to see what Apple comes up with when they start to dabble with Apple TV systems, I can imagine that this type of technology will be at the top of their wish list though.

 

 

Apple TV 2nd Generation is Jailbroken

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It was just a matter of time, the Apple TV 2nd Generation has been Jailbroken! Got to love the Inject Software menu option. 🙂 For some reason that menu option doesn’t quite look stock!

Link Via

AppleTV 2G users:  Welcome to the JB family!  Right now, about all you can do is command-line stuff via ssh.  You also have afc2 available, so you can use tools like ifunbox to move files around.  These are the *very* early days of AppleTV 2G jailbreaking, so it’ll take some time for JB app developers to come up with methods to use your AppleTV 2G from the remote, versus the command line.  PS: Your ssh password is “alpine”…please change it when you can :)”

 

Inside the Apple TV 2nd Generation

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iFixit has cracked open the Apple TV version 2. It is much smaller than the version 1 of the device. Looks to be a nice hackable box. We will soon see what cool applications that can run on this new platform. There is sure to be some additional non-hacked capabilities on the future since there is a large amount of memory which is certainly not all needed for the current method of use.

Link

“The backside of the Apple TV:

  • HDMI output port
  • Optical audio out port
  • 10/100 Base Ethernet port
  • AC adapter port
  • Micro-USB (for service and support)”

 

Inside the Apple TV

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Have a look inside the Apple TV, it looks very well designed however not the easiest box to crack open…

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