Cannot charge that one. Use a coin to open the battery compartment. It uses a CR2025 type.

   The input source will be the HDMI port you connected to.

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On 9/21/2016 9:38 PM, Vaughn Brown wrote:
Hi folks,

I just purchased and received an Apple TV 3rd generation. I have the
following question:
1. How do you recharge the batteries? The remote has a slim plug in
the back but it did not come with a cable for recharging. I already
tried looking this up on the web but it keeps mentioning 4th Gen.
remotes.
2. What is the best way to set this up via voiceover? Does my actual
TV need to be on a certain input such as auxillary?

I'm planning on calling Apple support but would appreciate your input.

Thanks,
Vaughn


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