How to Install tvOS 13.3 Beta 3 on Apple TV

Apple introduced the tvOS available for developers just like macOS and iOS to test it and give their valuable response. Like other betas, tvOS beta installing on Apple TV 4K or Apple TV is complicated.

You can’t back up Apple TV like other operating systems of Apple. It provides the options to update tvOS in two ways. One is over the air which updates the system only and through USB-C which restores the device in factory settings.

If you are facing any trouble installing the beta, then you are on the right post. Read through the blog and follow the steps to install the tvOS 13.3 beta 3 on Apple TV.

How to Install Beta Over the Air

The user may install Configuration Profile of tvOS beta wirelessly, but they still require a Mac. Updating it this way will update the system software only, and apps and configuration will remain on Apple TV.

If you want to install the tvOS beta over the air, then abide by the given steps:

  1. Navigate to developer.apple.com/.
  2. Tap Discover.
  3. Type the developer password and username.
  4. Select blue Download option right next to configuration profile tvOS beta.
  5. Save profile to the Desktop.
  6. Click Install on Apple Configurator app.
  7. Connect the Apple TV 4K to AC power.
  8. Then connect the Apple TV 4K or the Apple TV with a similar wireless network.
  9. Launch Xcode on Mac. Ensure that you are using newest version.
  10. Tap Window.
  11. Select Devices or Simulators.
  12. Go to settings on Apple TV.
  13. Choose Remotes or Devices.
  14. Tap on Remote App or Devices.
  15. Press Apple TV in Xcode below Discovered.
  16. Input code visible on Apple TV.
  17. Tap Apple Configurator.
  18. Select Apple TV.
  19. Drag Configuration Profile, the Desktop to Apple TV.

How to Install Restore Image on USB-C

If the user has a fourth-generation of Apple TV, then they can use the USB-C cable.

If you want to install tvOS beta restore image over USB-C, then you can follow the provided steps:

  1. Navigate to developer.apple.com/.
  2. Tap Discover.
  3. Select tvOS.
  4. Type the password and username.
  5. Choose the restore image for Apple TV.
  6. Tap Applications at the top.
  7. Select blue Download option right next to Xcode10.
  8. Install Xcode 11.
  9. Connect Apple TV.
  10. Then connect the Apple TV with a USB- C cable on Mac.
  11. Open iTunes.
  12. Choose the TV option when displays on iTunes.
  13. Select Check for Updates by hold down Option button.
  14. Browse and tap on beta.

When the user completes the process, the iPhone will update the Apple TV, and then they can enjoy it.

Elina John is a self-professed security expert; she has been making the people aware of the security threats. Her passion is to write about Cyber security, cryptography, malware, social engineering, internet and new media. She writes for Norton security products at norton.com/setup.

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