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Make sure your devices are on and nearby

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  1. Open the Sky Go app and tap the casting icon (it looks like a TV) Watch Sky Go on your Chromecast; Sky Go is compatible with the following casting services: Airplay; Chromecast; Apple TV; You can find more information here. Unfortunately, for other regions where casting is not officially supported, such as the UK, it’s a bit more complicated.
  2. By connecting your Apple device to your TV, you can play video or music streaming apps (with the sound coming through your TV speakers), flick through photos on your Apple device, or even play gaming apps. There are, however, some exceptions. Sky and BT Sport won’t allow you to play their iPad apps on a TV screen using either HDMI or an Apple TV.
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Check that your AirPlay-compatible devices are on. If your Apple TV is in Sleep mode and uses Ethernet, wake your Apple TV with the remote.

Make sure your AirPlay-compatible device is near the device you're trying to stream from. If you can't connect to an AirPlay device, try moving closer to it and try again.

To stream audio to multiple speakers with AirPlay 2, make sure your speakers are compatible with AirPlay 2.

Restart your devices


Restart the devices that you want to use with AirPlay or screen mirroring. Find out how to restart:

  • iPhone, iPad or iPod touch
  • HomePod*

Check for updates


Make sure all of your devices are compatible with AirPlay and have been updated to the latest software version. Find out how to check for updates on:

  • HomePod*
  • Smart TVs

Connect your devices to the same Wi-Fi network

  • iPhone, iPad or iPod touch: go to Settings > Wi-Fi. Also, make sure Bluetooth has been turned on.
  • Apple TV: go to Settings > Network. If your Apple TV uses an Ethernet cable, check that the cable is plugged into the router that you use for Wi-Fi.
  • Mac: click in the menu bar.
  • HomePod:* HomePod is using the same Wi-Fi network as the iOS device that it was set up with. If your iOS device is in range of HomePod and connected to a different Wi-Fi network, HomePod will display an alert in the Home app that states 'Wi-Fi Network”. To connect HomePod to the same Wi-Fi network as your iOS device, open the Home app, press and hold HomePod, tap Settings and then tap 'Move HomePod to [Wi-Fi network]' at the top of the screen.
  • Third-party AirPlay-compatible speakers and Smart TVs: Go to the manufacturer’s website to find out how to connect them to your Wi-Fi network.

Check your AirPlay settings


If you can’t AirPlay to an Apple TV or HomePod,* check the AirPlay settings for that device.

  • On Apple TV, you may have restricted who can AirPlay.
  • On HomePod,* you may have restricted speaker access.
  • For AirPlay 2, you may need to invite others to control your home so that they can AirPlay to your devices.

If you're using a Mac or PC, you can't AirPlay to HomePod* if you select Only People Sharing This Home.

Still need help?

If you're experiencing another issue when using AirPlay, find out what to do.

If your music unexpectedly stops

If your music stops playing unexpectedly, use your device or Siri to start playing music again. In some situations, the Home app may be using your HomePod,* Apple TV or AirPlay-compatible speaker as the main audio source for streaming music (even if your HomePod* or Apple TV isn’t currently playing music). Using Siri on that device or performing another task may cause playback to stop everywhere. You can also use an iOS device or computer with iTunes as an audio source to stream music manually instead.

If you see video but can't hear audio

If you can't hear audio when streaming video from your iOS device or Mac to your Apple TV, make sure the volume has been turned up and isn't muted on both your iOS device and your television or receiver.

If you're streaming video from an iPhone or iPad, check the Ring/Silent switch. If it's set to silent, you'll see an orange line. Toggle the switch to turn on the ringer.

If your content gets interrupted or your network is lagging

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If you have a weak Wi-Fi signal or are suffering interference from a nearby device, such as a microwave or baby monitor, try the following:

  • Make sure you use the recommended settings for your Wi-Fi router.
  • Move or turn off any other devices that may cause interference.
  • If you're trying to AirPlay to Apple TV, try connecting your Apple TV directly to your router with an Ethernet cable instead of using Wi-Fi.

Your AirPlay connection may be interrupted if you lock your device, put it to sleep or switch to a different app.

If you're still not able to use AirPlay after trying these steps, contact Apple Support.

*HomePod isn't available in all countries and regions.

Make sure your devices are on and nearby


Check that your AirPlay-compatible devices are on. If your Apple TV is in Sleep mode and uses Ethernet, wake your Apple TV with the remote.

Make sure your AirPlay-compatible device is near the device you're trying to stream from. If you can't connect to an AirPlay device, try moving closer to it and try again.

To stream audio to multiple speakers with AirPlay 2, make sure your speakers are compatible with AirPlay 2.

Restart your devices


Restart the devices that you want to use with AirPlay or screen mirroring. Find out how to restart:

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  • iPhone, iPad or iPod touch
  • HomePod*

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Check for updates


Make sure all of your devices are compatible with AirPlay and have been updated to the latest software version. Find out how to check for updates on:

  • HomePod*
  • Smart TVs

Connect your devices to the same Wi-Fi network

  • iPhone, iPad or iPod touch: go to Settings > Wi-Fi. Also, make sure Bluetooth has been turned on.
  • Apple TV: go to Settings > Network. If your Apple TV uses an Ethernet cable, check that the cable is plugged into the router that you use for Wi-Fi.
  • Mac: click in the menu bar.
  • HomePod:* HomePod is using the same Wi-Fi network as the iOS device that it was set up with. If your iOS device is in range of HomePod and connected to a different Wi-Fi network, HomePod will display an alert in the Home app that states 'Wi-Fi Network”. To connect HomePod to the same Wi-Fi network as your iOS device, open the Home app, press and hold HomePod, tap Settings and then tap 'Move HomePod to [Wi-Fi network]' at the top of the screen.
  • Third-party AirPlay-compatible speakers and Smart TVs: Go to the manufacturer’s website to find out how to connect them to your Wi-Fi network.

Check your AirPlay settings


If you can’t AirPlay to an Apple TV or HomePod,* check the AirPlay settings for that device.

  • On Apple TV, you may have restricted who can AirPlay.
  • On HomePod,* you may have restricted speaker access.
  • For AirPlay 2, you may need to invite others to control your home so that they can AirPlay to your devices.
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If you're using a Mac or PC, you can't AirPlay to HomePod* if you select Only People Sharing This Home.

Still need help?

If you're experiencing another issue when using AirPlay, find out what to do.

If your music unexpectedly stops

If your music stops playing unexpectedly, use your device or Siri to start playing music again. In some situations, the Home app may be using your HomePod,* Apple TV or AirPlay-compatible speaker as the main audio source for streaming music (even if your HomePod* or Apple TV isn’t currently playing music). Using Siri on that device or performing another task may cause playback to stop everywhere. You can also use an iOS device or computer with iTunes as an audio source to stream music manually instead.

If you see video but can't hear audio

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If you can't hear audio when streaming video from your iOS device or Mac to your Apple TV, make sure the volume has been turned up and isn't muted on both your iOS device and your television or receiver.

If you're streaming video from an iPhone or iPad, check the Ring/Silent switch. If it's set to silent, you'll see an orange line. Toggle the switch to turn on the ringer.

If your content gets interrupted or your network is lagging

If you have a weak Wi-Fi signal or are suffering interference from a nearby device, such as a microwave or baby monitor, try the following:

  • Make sure you use the recommended settings for your Wi-Fi router.
  • Move or turn off any other devices that may cause interference.
  • If you're trying to AirPlay to Apple TV, try connecting your Apple TV directly to your router with an Ethernet cable instead of using Wi-Fi.

Your AirPlay connection may be interrupted if you lock your device, put it to sleep or switch to a different app.

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If you're still not able to use AirPlay after trying these steps, contact Apple Support.

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*HomePod isn't available in all countries and regions.