Step 7: Open Seas0n Pass and select Boot Tethered option Step 8: When prompted, plug in your TV to the PC via USB.
Wait for the rapid flashing light and then connect the power cable.
Minor tweaks in the user interface also seem to have been included, in what looks like an attempt to enhance the readability of the text, the same Apple Insider informs.
Those eager to update their Apple TVs have a few instructions to follow, if they’re not 100% sure they know the procedure.
Apple has thus far seeded one beta of tv OS 9.1 to developers, with release notes for that beta pointing towards improvements to networking and scrolling.
tv OS 9.1 also appears to include support for Siri search for Apple Music.
Please keep in mind that Apple TV (IPSW) files are large and downloads may take some time to complete.
I will update this list as new firmware versions become available.
For one reason or another, a direct download link to the DMG file aimed at unpacking and installing the updated Apple TV software is also available for Mac OS X.
Now hold the MENU and PLAY/PAUSE buttons for seven seconds Step 9: Seas0n Pass will complete the tethered boot automatically.
After the process is completed, remove the USB cable and connect HDMI cable Note: When you see a pop-up message on the screen saying Tethered boot is complete, the USB cable should be removed and HDMI cable connected before the light on the front of the TV stops flashing.
The new 9.0.1 update can be downloaded over-the-air through the Settings app on the Apple TV by going to System -- Software Update.
Apple has not provided release notes for the tv OS 9.0.1 update, so the exact details on what's new are not yet known.