Apple tv locks up while updating
It's also called the 'spinning beach ball', the 'spinning pizza of death' or just SPOD.Here's what to do if you encounter a frozen app: The app will close down instantly (or almost instantly). If the dock is unresponsive, press Command-Option-Esc to open the Force Quit Applications window. For more on force-quitting, take a look at How to force-quit on a Mac and close programs that aren't responding If you cannot force-quit an app, or if mac OS is completely unresponsive, follow these steps in order: When you restart you may find the file you were working on is damaged or corrupted.Learning what to do with a frozen Mac will make you a happier Apple owner.
When this happens you may find an app, or the whole of mac OS, becomes unresponsive.Clicking Report will send a report to Apple; clicking Reopen will re-open the program.Quitting and restarting the app is the best way for mac OS to handle a crash.If you’re in a hurry to get that update, however, you’ll need to manually update instead of waiting for your Apple TV to phone home and check for updates later on. Here you can see that our Apple TV is, per the default, set up for automatic updates.We recommend leaving it on but some users who are particularly cautious about software updates may wish to turn it off (again, though, we recommend keeping it set to automatic updates for increased security and a continually up-to-date user experience).
A small bar will appear under the Apple TV logo as your Apple TV pings the update server and checks for updates and downloads them.