Jailbreak Apple TV 2 with Seas0nPass
You’ll need to Jailbreak your Apple TV 2 device before you’ll be able to install Kodi. Jailbreaking basically means opening up your device to software that isn’t endorsed by Apple, it’s perfectly safe (and reversable) and you won’t lose any of the device’s original functionality.
Required: Micro USB Cable & iTunes
Step 2: Plug the Apple TV 2 into your computer with the “Micro USB Cable” only.
If you don’t see the light at the front of the device slowly flashing at this point, you’ll want to unplug it from the Micro USB Cable then plug in the Electrical Power Supply to the device for ten seconds, then unplug the the Electricity and replug the Micro USB Cable before continuing.
Step 3: Launch the “Seas0nPass” application you just downloaded in the first step.
Step 4: Click on the “Create IPSW” button.
Step 5: Wait a minute, then when prompted, Press and Hold both the “MENU” and “PLAY/PAUSE” buttons on your remote control at the same time in order to Enter DFU Mode.
Step 6: Wait for the process to complete, don’t touch anything while it automatically processes jailbroken firmware restoration.
Step 7: You’ll know it’s complete when you see the “Firmware restore successful!” notice displayed within the Seas0nPass application window, go ahead and press the “Done” button at this point.
Step 8: Unplug the device from your computer for a minute.
Step 9: Plug the Apple TV into your television with the HDMI and power source connected. Turn your television on at this point and make sure the right “Input” is connected for the HDMI input you’re using.
Please Note: If nothing appears on your screen at this point and the front light is blinking fast, we suggest trying to restore the device in iTunes, then run Seas0nPass again. Should that still not work, try running Seas0nPass on a Windows PC instead of a Mac.
Step 10: Choose your desired language. We’re going to go with “English” for obvious reasons.
Step 11: Select your wireless internet connection then enter your internet security key. Wired ethernet users can skip this step.
Step 12: When prompted to share information with Apple, choose the “No Thanks” option.
Step 13: Click on the “Settings” icon at the top right of the menu icons.
Step 14: Next go to the “Audio & Video” tab, then click on “Audio Output” once until it changes to the “16 bit” setting.
Step 15: Press the “MENU” button on your remote to go back one level and click on the “General” settings tab, then scroll down to “Time Zone” and click twice to toggle “Set Automatically” to be enabled.
Step 16: Press the “MENU” button several times until you’ve returned to the main menu, the device is now ready to do whatever you wish with it.
Step 17: You’ll probably want to go ahead and Install Kodi for Apple TV 2 at this point.
Congratulations! You probably don’t see much of a difference, but your device is now way more powerful and can do many, many things.