The TVision HUB is a 4K HMDI device with access to over 8,000 video streaming, music, and gaming applications along with programmable Guide and DVR buttons to jump directly into your favorite Live TV application. The TVision HUB also includes the Google Assistant for voice search and smart home control directly from the HUB remote. You can get the TVision HUB through Customer Care, T-Mobile.com, or in store. The HUB cannot be purchased through the T-Mobile app..
Bring all the entertainment from your mobile device to your living room and make your smart TV smarter with the TVision HUB 4K streaming device. Watch your favorite video content, stream your music playlists and podcasts on the TV, and connect your Bluetooth gaming controller for an all-in-one experience across over 8,000 available applications. Utilize the Google Assistant on the included voice remote to display home cameras on the TV, turn on the lights, and search for content across all your subscriptions.
The TVision HUB comes with everything you need to get started:
- TVision HUB
- Power adapter
- USB cable
- (2) AAA batteries
What you'll need
- High-definition television with available HDMI input
- Internet with Wi-Fi access
Refer to the icons below to get to know your TVision remote.
- To connect to your TV, plug your TVision HUB into any open HDMI port on the TV.
- Plug the USB cable provided (small end) into the TVision HUB, and plug the adapter into the included power outlet.
- Plugging into the USB port on a TV for power is not recommended for optimal power to the TVision HUB device.
- The TVision HUB requires 1 amp of power to function properly.
- Open the back of the remote and insert the batteries.
- Follow the on-screen instructions to pair your remote.
- Follow the instructions on your screen to finish setup and device activation.
For TVision App and TVision HUB simulators, visit TVision Support Tutorials.
Watch: How to use TVision Hub
Wi-Fi device; requires Internet connection and compatible router. Subscription required for streaming services. Video at up to 4K; depends on Internet connection and streaming source.
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