If you’re new to Android TV, you may be wondering where the power button is located. Unlike traditional televisions, Android TVs do not have a physical power button on the device itself. Instead, you can turn your Android TV on and off using your remote control or through the Google Home app.
Using Your Remote Control
To turn your Android TV on or off using your remote control, simply press and hold the power button located at the top of your remote for a few seconds. The power button is typically marked with a circle with a line through it. If you have trouble finding it, consult your user manual for specific instructions.
Turning Your Android TV On and Off Through Google Home
Alternatively, you can use the Google Home app to turn your Android TV on and off remotely. To do this, make sure that both your Android TV and phone are connected to the same Wi-Fi network. Open the Google Home app, select your device from the list of available devices, then tap the power icon to turn it on or off.
Other Ways to Turn Your Android TV On and Off
In addition to using your remote control or Google Home app, there are several other ways to turn your Android TV on and off:
- Voice Control: If your remote control has a microphone button, you can use voice commands to turn your Android TV on and off. Simply press and hold the microphone button and say “Turn off” or “Turn on”.
- Sleep Timer: You can also set a sleep timer that will automatically turn off your Android TV after a certain amount of time. To access this feature, go to Settings > Display & Sound > Sleep.
- HDMI-CEC: Finally, if you have other HDMI-CEC compatible devices connected to your Android TV, you can use them to turn it on and off. Simply turn on the device connected to your TV and it will automatically turn on your Android TV.
While there is no physical power button on Android TVs, there are several ways to turn them on and off using your remote control, the Google Home app, voice commands, sleep timers, and HDMI-CEC. With these options available, you’ll never have to worry about not being able to control your Android TV’s power.