All About Amazon’s Fire TV Stick

The Amazon Fire TV Stick is a small, portable streaming video player that looks like a large USB flash drive. The Fire TV brand launched in 2014 to enable video content to be streamed to a television via an internet connection.

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Setting Up Amazon Fire TV

Unlike a standard USB drive, the Fire Stick doesn’t store any data. It plugs into the HDMI port on your TV. The device will guide you through setup, from logging into existing services to connecting to your Amazon account so you can access any digital video or music purchased through the company. You can even view photos uploaded to the Amazon Cloud Drive

What You Get

Even if your TV doesn’t have the most advanced features, the TV Fire Stick can turn it into a Smart TV. You can access a range of regularly updated content. Amazon Prime, Netflix, Hulu, HBO Now, and Disney Plus are among the 15,000 apps and games you can access. You can even watch YouTube videos on your TV.

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The device also lets you watch live TV programs via PS Vue or DirectTV. You can navigate the menus or just ask Alexa to find something for you. In fact, a range of Alexa Voice features are built in and can be accessed using the Alexa Fire TV remote.

Order a Replacement Fire TV Remote Today

If you need a new remote for your Fire Stick from Amazon, simply order a new one from Replacement Remotes today. It features standard navigation and playback controls and a built-in mic, and it is compatible with the Fire TV Stick and Amazon Fire TV products. Call 855-573-6683 for assistance.

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