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Question:Q:Apple TV - how do I delete photos?

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Hi all,

I have an apple TV, gen 3.

When we first installed this, our photostream was on which we later turned off because any photos taken (my kids, in a store, recipes - stuff to remember) would show on the slideshow photos. I really want to take these off but honestly the number of hours I have spent doing this I give up. I can't for the life of me just delete this folder.. am I doing everything wrong? I went on my icloud online on icloud.com there are photos there but not the ones in this photo stream. There is no option on the apple tv to delete these as I think they are streamed. help

Apple TV (3rd generation)

Posted on Nov 29, AM

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Yes, AppleTV 3 has streamed photos. They are not stored on the AppleTV.

Go to Settings > iCloud and turn it off.

Also Settings > Screen Saver - Photos and make sure iCloud or your computer are not selected.

Posted on Dec 11, PM

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Dec 11, PM in response to healthygirl In response to healthygirl

Yes, AppleTV 3 has streamed photos. They are not stored on the AppleTV.

Go to Settings > iCloud and turn it off.

Also Settings > Screen Saver - Photos and make sure iCloud or your computer are not selected.

Dec 11, PM

Dec 12, AM in response to healthygirl In response to healthygirl

It isn't quite clear what you actually want to delete here, there aren't any folders in the photo stream album.

You can delete photos from your photo stream album on any device that displays it and on your Apple TV 3 by pressing and holding the centre button on the remote then choosing delete from the contextual menu that appears.

Dec 12, AM

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Question:Q:Apple TV - how do I delete photos?

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Delete photos from My Photo Stream

You can delete photos from My Photo Stream on your iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, and Mac.

What happens when you delete photos

When you delete a photo from My Photo Stream, it deletes from the My Photo Stream view on all of your supported devices after you connect each device to Wi-Fi or Ethernet.

When you remove photos from My Photo Stream, the following types of photos won't be deleted:

  • Photos that you copied to the Library tab or Recents Album on your iOS device
  • Photos that you imported into the Photos app
  • Photos that you copied into a folder on your PC that aren't part of My Photo Stream

After you delete a photo, you might still see it on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch if it's more than 30 days old and you have fewer than photos in My Photo Stream.

Delete photos

Use the steps below to delete photos from My Photo Stream.

On your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch

  1. Open the Photos app.
  2. Tap the Albums tab.
  3. Tap My Photo Stream.
  4. Tap Select.
  5. Tap one or more photos. You'll see a checkmark on the photos that you select.
  6. Tap the Trash button . Tap Delete [number] Photos.

On your Mac

  1. Open the Photos app.
  2. Click the My Photo Stream album in the sidebar. 
  3. Click the photos that you want to delete.
  4. Go to Image in the menu bar > Remove [number] Photos from Album.

You can also click the photo, right-click, then select Delete Photo.

If you don't see My Photo Stream

Make sure your device meets the minimim system requirements for My Photo Stream and that My Photo Stream is turned on for each device:

  • On your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch, tap Settings > [your name] > iCloud > Photos. If you're using iOS or earlier, tap Settings > iCloud > Photos.
  • On your Mac, open the Photos app, then choose Photos > Preferences > iCloud.
  • On your Apple TV, select Settings > Users and Accounts > [default user].
  • On your PC, open iCloud for Windows, click Photos or Photo Stream, then click the Options button.

If My Photo Stream isn't turned on, delete photos from the Photos app instead. 

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Question:Q:Deleting photos on Apple tv

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This is a similar issue that I have already seen, but the answer didn’t work for me. I have old photos on my Apple TV, that I have deleted from my iPhone, iCloud, iMac, and iPad, but I cannot delete from Apple TV, what can I do?

Posted on Jun 29, AM

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Jun 29, AM in response to Robl In response to Robl

Welcome to the Apple community.

Which model of Apple TV do you have?

Settings → General → About

Jun 29, AM

Jun 30, PM in response to Robl In response to Robl

I'm afraid you can't delete photos from that model, of Apple TV.

What have you tried so far?

Jun 30, PM

Jul 2, PM in response to Winston Churchill In response to Winston Churchill

I deleted the photos from my iPhone , this deleted the photos from my iPad and iMac but not from my Apple TV, I then deleted everything in the ‘recently deleted’ folder, this had no effect on the Apple TV, although previously other photos have been deleted from the apple tv

Jul 2, PM

Jul 2, PM in response to Robl In response to Robl

You might try turning off iCloud photos in the Apple TV settings and then turning them back on again after a restart.

Jul 2, PM

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Question:Q:Deleting photos on Apple tv

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Question:Q:Deleting photos on Apple TV 4K

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You can delete the photos on your Apple TV 4K by logging into your iCloud account and deleting the photos from there, there is no option to delete photos on Apple TV 4K

Posted on Nov 24, AM

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Hello,

Correct, you cannot manage your iCloud Photo Library directly from Apple TV.

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Hello,

Correct, you cannot manage your iCloud Photo Library directly from Apple TV.

Nov 24, PM

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Question:Q:Deleting photos on Apple TV 4K

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Delete photos from My Photo Stream

You can delete photos from My Photo Stream on your iPhone, iPad, iPod touch and Mac.

What happens when you delete photos?

When you delete a photo from My Photo Stream, it will be deleted from the My Photo Stream view on all of your supported devices after you've connected each device to the Internet via Wi-Fi or an Ethernet cable.

When you remove photos from My Photo Stream, the following types of photo won't be deleted:

  • Photos that you've copied to the Library tab or Recents Album on your iOS device
  • Photos that you've imported into the Photos app
  • Photos that you've copied into a folder on your PC that aren't part of My Photo Stream

After you've deleted a photo, you may still see it on your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch if it's more than 30 days old and you have fewer than 1, photos in My Photo Stream.

Delete photos

Follow the steps below to delete photos from My Photo Stream.

On your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch

  1. Open the Photos app.
  2. Tap the Albums tab.
  3. Tap My Photo Stream.
  4. Tap Select.
  5. Tap one or more photos. You'll see a tick on the photos that you select.
  6. Tap the Bin button . Tap Delete [number] Photos.

On your Mac

  1. Open the Photos app.
  2. Click the My Photo Stream album in the sidebar. 
  3. Click the photos you want to delete.
  4. Go to Image in the menu bar > Remove [number] Photos from Album.

You can also click the photo, right-click, then select Delete Photo.

If you can't see My Photo Stream

Make sure your device meets the minimum system requirements for My Photo Stream and that My Photo Stream is turned on for each device:

  • On your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch, tap Settings > [your name] > iCloud > Photos. If you're using iOS or earlier, tap Settings > iCloud > Photos.
  • On your Mac, open the Photos app, then choose Photos > Preferences > iCloud.
  • On your Apple TV, select Settings > Users and Accounts > [default user].
  • On your PC, open iCloud for Windows, click Photos or Photo Stream, then click the Options button.

If My Photo Stream isn't turned on, delete photos from the Photos app instead. 

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How to Disable My Photo Stream on iPhone, Mac, and Apple TV

There are hardly any days when I don&#;t capture shots using my on-the-go shooter&#;the iPhone. And the shots that fascinate me a lot get a special space in my ever-growing library. Moreover, I also use &#;My Photo Stream.&#; to sync all of my photos seamlessly across the iCloud devices. So, whenever I wish to relive the memorable moments, I can use any of the synced devices to turn the clock back in a flash.

However, for the past few days, I had become increasingly concerned about the privacy of my pics and therefore decided to disable My Photo Stream to stop syncing the images across the iCloud devices for a bit more control over them. But the moment, I went to turn off the toggle, a couple of questions struck my mind. What will happen to the photos I have synced using My Photo Stream? And, will all of my images be deleted across the devices, if I disable it?

Even though I&#;m pretty much aware of this feature, these questions ran into the conscious mind. And I thought many folks who are using it but aren&#;t aware of the eventuality may want to the answer.

Your My Photo Stream images remain on the iCloud server for 30 days. After that, they get deleted automatically from iCloud. Apple offers you the option to save your images.

To do so, Launch Photos app on your iOS device → AlbumsMy Photo Stream.

Open My Photo Stream in Photos App on iPhone

Now, tap on Selectchoose the images you want to save and then hit the Share button. Finally select Save Images.

Save My Photo Stream images in iCloud from iPhone Photos App manually

Note: One important thing worth noting is that if you have enabled iCloud Photo Library, your latest shots will show up in the Photos section. Besides, &#;My Photo Stream&#; won&#;t appear in the Albums section.

How to Turn Off My Photo Stream on iPhone, Mac and Apple TV

Apple doesn&#;t count the Photo Stream images against your iCloud storage. However, you have the limit to sync only up to 1, images. One more thing, you are allowed to sync only simple images&#;not even Live Photos.

When you turn it off or sign out of iCloud, your entire photos are deleted from the My Photo Stream on that device. However, they will continue to be available on other devices until 30 days from the date they had been uploaded.

How to Turn Off My Photo Stream on iPhone

In iOS 12, Apple has introduced a new way of sharing photos. To find out more about it, follow this complete guide.

Step #1. Launch the Settings app on your iOS device.

Launch the Settings app on iPhone

Step #2. Now, tap Photos.

Tap on Photos in iPhone Settings

Step #3. Next, turn off the switch next to Upload to My Photo Stream.

Turn Off My Photo Stream on iPhone

The process is just as simple on macOS. Read on&#;

How to Turn off My Photo Stream on Mac

Step #1. Open System Preferences on your Mac and click on iCloud.

Click on iCloud in System Preferences on Mac

Step #2. Now, click on Options next to Photos.

Click Options next to Photos in Mac iCloud Settings

Step #3. Finally, uncheck the box next to My Photo Stream and then click Done.

Uncheck box next to My Photo Stream then click Done in Mac iCloud Settings

Wish to disable it on your Apple TV as well? Let me show you how it&#;s done the quick way!

How to Turn off My Photo Stream on Apple TV 4th-Gen and Apple TV 4K

Step #1. Launch the Settings app on your Apple TV.

Step #2. Now, click on AccountsiCloud.

Step #3. Next, turn off My Photo Stream.

Note: On your Apple TV (3rd and 2nd generation, open Settings → iCloud → iCloud Photo Settings → Turn off My Photo Stream.

That&#;s pretty much it!

Over to You:

It&#;s good that you have all the options to take complete control of your synced shots. Therefore, if you ever want to get out of it, you won’t lose your pics. Have any question? Share it in the comments below.

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