|May 11, 2010, 05:36 AM||#1|
Apple TV with ATVflash, do I need my internal HDD?
I have an Apple TV and have ATVflash so I can stream direct wirelessly from my NAS, this works fine for me.
So my question is, because of this I haven't even used my internal Apple TV HDD, what do people use there internal HDD for if they have ATVflash please?
Any ideas? it seems a waste to have 160Gb just doing nothing!
|May 11, 2010, 09:39 AM||#3|
AppleTV OS will obviously need to reside there...
Any purchases made on your AppleTV will be stored there before being transferred to your iTunes box.
I sync all my photos onto ATV...but I generally stream. And this is without ATVFlash...just the normal ATV setup of being linked/synced with a PC running iTunes.
But sure...give it a try and get rid of the drive and see what happens.
|May 11, 2010, 12:07 PM||#4|
If you set the external drive to be the primary, the internal one just sits there absorbing wattage. The entirety of it is copied to the external.
However, I keep mine there in case I want to do a factory restore.
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