‘America’s Got Talent’ quarterfinal 2: How to vote for your favorite act to win ‘AGT’ season 14

If you want to be sure that your favorite act from Tuesday’s second quarterfinal of “America’s Got Talent” remains in the competition, you only have until early Wednesday to show your support for them by voting. Don’t worry, we have all the information about how to vote so that you’ll be ready. Voting opens at the start of this two-hour live edition of “AGT” on August 20.

When it comes to how to vote for the winner of season 14 of “America’s Got Talent” there are three ways to make your voice heard: the official app, the website and the X1 set-top box (NBC dropped the the toll-free phone numbers this year).

Official App
Download the app from either the App Store or Google Play.
Sign up for a free NBCUniversal Profile with your e-mail address or credentials from either Facebook or Google.

At the official “AGT” website.
Register with a valid e-mail address, Facebook account or Google account.

Xfinity X1
Cable customers with an X1 set-top box can vote using the remote.

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Xfinity XI users have just one hour after the end of “AGT” in their respective time zones to vote while those using the app or website have until Wednesday morning at 7 a.m. ET/4 a.m. PT to register and submit their choices.

You get 10 votes per method, which you can divide among some of the dozen acts that performed. Or, if you want, you can give one act all of your votes. Remember, only seven of the 12 acts that competed on Tuesday will make the cut on Wednesday and earn a slot in the upcoming semifinals.

As a reminder, here they are again, listed in alphabetical order:

Joseph Allen: rapper from Killeen, Texas (Howie’s Golden Buzzer)

Tyler Butler-Figueroa: 11-year-old violinist from Raleigh (Simon’s Golden Buzzer)

Robert Finley: singer from Bernice, Louisiana

Chris Kläfford: singer/guitarist from Sweden

Light Balance Kids: ligbt-up dance group from Ukraine (Ellie Kemper’s Golden Buzzer)

Marina Mazepa: contortionist dancer from Ukraine

Ndlovu Youth Choir: chorale group from South Africa

Nick & Lindsay: opera singer and danger act from New York City

Ryan Niemiller: stand-up comedian from Indianapolis

The Sentimentalists: mentalists who do magic

Charlotte Summers: 13-year-old singer from Spain

V.Unbeatable: acrobatic dance group from India

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