Use voice control with your AT&T TV remote | AT&T

Use voice control with your AT&T TV remote | AT&T


Let’s hear it for you. Now with AT&T TV, you can quickly find and play your entertainment
with your voice, simply by using your remote
with Google Assistant. In this video we will show you how to control your
live TV experience, search for your favorite shows, and even open popular
entertainment apps all with your voice. Sound good? What? Using voice control with
your remote is fast and easy, simply press and release
the mic button and wait for the solid
blue light on the remote before speaking your command. You will see the
Google Assistant icon come up on your screen
along with the results for your voice command. First up, let’s find a channel. You can tune to a channel by
saying “Go to AUDIENCE channel”. Okay, playing AUDIENCE. The adventure begins. And you can also search
for a specific show by saying “Play Loudermilk”. Sure, playing Loudermilk. You can easily record
from any screen just by asking to record
a show by name. Record Loudermilk. Sure, I’ll add Loudermilk
to your AT&T TV library. Absolutely! Use your voice to turn
closed caption on with one simple command. Turn on closed caption. Okay. That’s insane! You can even ask it to play your favorite Netflix shows
and movies. Play Stranger Things on Netflix. Sure, opening Netflix. Variety is the spice of life. Search for specific topics and see what’s available
on AT&T TV and other entertainment apps. Soccer games. Browse through the results
from your AT&T TV service and thousands of popular
entertainment apps, all in the same place. With the Google Assistant, you can use your device
to get things done, get directions, the latest news or check
the forecast all on screen. Sign in to your Google account for a more personalized
experience. What’s on my calendar? Voice control with
Google Assistant, just one of the ways that AT&T
TV makes it easier than ever to enjoy your entertainment.

Danny Hutson

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