I asked Bobby to make a section for the ATV a long time ago but never noticed it and then I was on a small hiatus. Thanks! There has been a lot of bad info out there lately so I got it all together in one place. I also have extensive knowledge and am an owner of the 1st Gen ATV if anyone needs help with that device. Hopefully I will have time later to give this another once over. What you will need: 1. Apple TV 2 (ATV2) 2. Micro USB Cable I suggest monoprice.com 3. Computer 4. Seas0nPass Mac: http://files.firecore.com/SP/Seas0nPass.zip Windows: http://files.firecore.com/SP/Seas0nPass-win.zip 5. Terminal for Mac or USB equivalent or ATV Flash Black from Firecore $29.95 Note: I own ATV Flash Black but prefer not to use it. If you are new to this it ATV Flash Black will make this process a bit easier. Things you need to think about before you start: 1. Choose which media player (Plex, XBMC, Media Player) you want to use and what type of hardware you are supporting it with. There is a Media Player by that same name available with ATV Flash Black. NitoTV will let you install XBMC (it can also be done manually). ANother option is to install Plex which has been updated to work pretty well with the new ATV2 4.4.4 update. If you are new to this I would just use Media Player inside ATV Flask Black. It is simple to setup but has less features. My preference now is XBMC which has a bit of a learning curve and your media needs to be tagged properly. XBMC has tons of add ons and it can stream about any media you throw at it. If you get stumped on tags just send me a message and I know a few tricks. The reason I say you should choose which media player to use now is because some people are having conflicts between the ATV Flash Black Media Player and XBMC. I will include a section for manually installing XBMC and NitoTV if you so choose. This is the method I chose in order to keep my install as clean as possible. Let's get started! Make sure you follow the directions exactly!!! Run Seas0npass initially with the ATV2 unplugged from the computer USB. Seas0npass will tell you when to plug the ATV2 in. Also be sure to have the ATV2 plugged in to a power source!!!! Using Seas0nPass to jailbreak the AppleTV Step 1:Unzip the 'Seas0nPass.zip' file and launch Seas0nPass. Step 2:Select the 'Create IPSW' button to start the jailbreak process. ￼ Step 3:The latest AppleTV software will be downloaded and used to create a custom 'jailbroken' software file. ￼ Step 4:When prompted, connect your AppleTV to your Mac/PC using a micro-USB cable (leave power cable disconnected). Once the light on the front of the AppleTV begins to flash rapidly, point the remote at the AppleTV and hold both the MENU and PLAY/PAUSE buttons for 7 seven seconds. Note: This step will require the silver (aluminum) AppleTV remote that was included with the ATV2. The older, white (plastic) remotes will not work. Step 5:iTunes will open automatically and start the restore process. ￼ Step 6:iTunes will confirm the restore when complete - your AppleTV is now jailbroken! Note: To confirm the jailbreak was successful a (temporary) red FC logo will appear in the lower right corner of the screen - as shown below. NOTE: The last two times I have jailbroken iTunes gave me an error (1602) after a long install but everything installed just fine. Plug the ATV2 back into your tv and look for the Firecore logo on the bottom right of the screen to confirm it was successful.