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If you're a user of Apple's second generation of their Apple TV, and haven't already tackled your software update, you'll be pleased to know that earlier today Apple released build 4.2.2 for the device. The update contains various bug fixes and stability improvements.
The firmware file is being labeled 4.2.2 (build 8F305). According to a change log of the update, the new build addresses an issue in which audio is not output when playing some video content, and addresses an issue in which video is not displayed when playing some content.
It also adds an audio output setting for switching to 16-bit audio for compatibility with some TVs and AV receivers. The update should also improve the performance of fast-forwarding and rewinding live events, as well as addressing an issue in which the description information is not displayed for some movies.
Finally, it should also tackle the sore spot of YouTube subscription videos having not been ordered by date.
So, if you haven't updated already, and the aforementioned issues had been giving you grief with your Apple TV, get cracking and get that update!
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