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How To Change Apple TV Home Button Behavior

You can have a whale of a time watching TV with your family, especially when you have Apple TV at your disposal. Currently the device uses tvOS 10.2.1. But before the launch of tvOS 10.1, the home button used to take you to the Home screen. However, the button’s default behavior changed to take you directly to the Up Next view within the TV app. So now if you wish to view the Home screen, you need to press Home button twice.
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