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AT&T’s DIRECTV NOW Update Breaks Some Siri Support on The Apple TV For Some Subscribers

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This week ATT rolled out an refurbish for DIRECTV NOW on a Apple TV. With this update, it seems to have private some Siri commands on a DIRECTV NOW app. Multiple readers have reported that during times, they are no longer means to change channels regulating their voice and a Siri remote. Apple has pronounced a emanate was caused by DIRECTV NOW and that ATT will need to refurbish their app in sequence for full Siri support to lapse to a DIRECTV NOW app.

The emanate seems to be roughly during random. Some subscribers have reported no problems, though a flourishing series of readers have reported that they can no longer get DIRECTV NOW to respond when they use Siri to change a channel.  Have we beheld this issue? Please leave us a criticism and let us know what issues we are carrying given a many new update.

This all happened after ATT’s many new refurbish that was reportedly directed during regulating these bugs as mixed Cord Cutters News readers have reported that this refurbish bound several common issues for them.

It has been reported that a stream DIRECTV NOW app will be a fortitude of ATT’s new live TV streaming service. This use will reportedly be called ATT TV and will soothing launch in a handful of markets in Aug of this year with a full hurl out in a 4th entertain of 2019. Right now it seems that ATT has been operative on anticipating bugs in a app and regulating them as we see with this many new update. It is probable that given this new ATT TV use will use the possess Android TV powered actor that ATT sees Siri support as a low priority right now.

Cord Cutters News has reached out to ATT for criticism and will refurbish this story as we learn more.

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