amazon Fire TV Stick
amazon Fire TV Stick
What’s in the box
Connect your Amazon Fire TV Stick
Connect one end of the USB cable into your Fire TV Stick and the other into the power adaptor. Plug your Fire TV Stick into the HDMI port on your TV, then plug the power adaptor into a nearby electrical socket. Turn on your TV, then select the appropriate HD MI input.
Use the included HDMI extender to improveWi-Fi and remote performance, or if you have trouble fitting your Fire TV Stick into an HDMI port on your TV.
Power up your Alexa Voice Remote
- Open the back of the remote and insert the included batteries.
- After pairing your Alexa Voice Remote, follow the on-screen instructions to control the power and volume of your TV.
Complete the on-screen setup
Using your Alexa Voice Remote, follow the on-screen instructions to choose your language, select your Wi-Fi network and register your device.
Note: if your Wi-Fi network is password protected, have your Wi-Fi network password handy to connect your Fire TV Stick to the internet. If your network is hidden, select the Join Other Network tile from the list. If required, enter your network password using the on-screen keyboard.
Wi-Fi tips and troubleshooting
- For best Wi-Fi performance, use the 5 GHz band on your wireless router if available.
- If you see a lock icon, your Wi-Fi network requires a password, so make sure you have it available.
- If you need help finding your Wi-Fi password, go to www.amazon.eom.au/help/wifi
- Ensure your internet is working properly. Restarting your router and modem will solve most Wi-Fi network issues.
- Do not place your wireless router or Fire TV Stick in a cabinet, as it may impact Wi-Fi signal strength.
- Some Wi-Fi issues may be improved by connecting the included H DM I extender.
Having trouble with your remote? Unplug your Fire TV device from the power cord or adaptor, then plug it back in. Wait for the Home screen to appear. Remove and reinsert the remote’s batteries. T he remote should automatically pair with your device. If your remote isn’t discovered, press and hold the Home@ button until the LED starts to rapidly flash amber. The LED will flash blue after the remote is successfully paired.
For more troubleshooting and information, go to www.amazon.com/devicesupport.
Get the most out of your Fire TV Stick
There’s something always on
Watch free movies and TV shows with 7plus, 9Now, ABC iview, SBS On Demand, 1 O Play and more. Get access to live sport and must-see shows. Easily download your favourite apps like Netflix, Stan and Apple TV.
To learn more about your Fire TV Stick, visit www.amazon.com.au/firetv.
Press and ask Alexa
Press the Voice button on your included Alexa Voice
Remote to easily find, launch and control content. Alexa can also play music, answer questions, read the news, check the weather and set alarms.
Things to try
- “Alexa, show me comedy movies.”
- “Alexa, play top music hits.”
- “Alexa, rewind 30 seconds.”
- “Alexa, what’s the weather?”
- “Alexa, set a timer for 5 minutes.”
To learn more about what Alexa can do, just ask
“Alexa, what can you do?’
Certain services are subject to change or withdrawal at anytime, may not be avallable In all areas or languages, and may require separate subscriptions and compatible equipment.
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Follow the on-screen instructions in your Alexa Voice Remote to connect your Fire TV Stick to your Wi-Fi network. If you are having trouble connecting, try these tips:
Turn off the power to your modem and router, wait 30 seconds, then turn them back on. Make sure that your modem and router are both on the same Wi-Fi network. Try using a different Wi-Fi channel on your router. To find out which channel is best for your home, visit www.wi-fi.org/channels. If you are still having trouble connecting, contact your internet service provider for assistance or visit www.amazon.com/connecthelp for more information.
Can I use my Amazon Fire TV Stick outside of my home?
Yes, you can use your Amazon Fire TV Stick outside of your home by connecting it to a network that has a publicly routable IP address. For example, you can use the Amazon Fire TV Stick at hotels, airports and other public places where there is free Wi-Fi access. If you have an Amazon Prime account, you can also download movies and TV shows from Prime Video for free when connected to a public network outside of your home. To learn more about using the Amazon Fire TV Stick outside of your home, visit www.amazon.com/bv_primevideo . To learn more about using Prime Video when traveling abroad, visit www.amazon.com/bv_primevideo . Amazon Fire TV Stick User Manual
The TV Stick is pretty much the same, except it is smaller like a USB flash drive and lighter than the Fire TV. You can only connect it through the Wi-Fi, but you still need the power adapter for juice. Hands-free control is also a breeze, thanks to the Alexa Voice Remote.
You cannot use an Amazon Fire TV Stick without a Wi-Fi network. A Fire TV Stick requires a network to stream content onto your television.
While you don’t need Fire Stick if you have a smart TV, when compared to a standard smart TV, Fire Stick has: more content options, an easier menu to navigate and manage, a better remote, faster and smoother load times, more frequent updates, and less garbage or “throwaway” apps!
No, Firestick does not work on any TV – it must have an HDMI port! If you have an older, lower resolution TV, your Firestick should automatically down-convert to the best available resolution.
Batteries: The most common reason that Fire Stick remotes stop working is battery problems. Improperly inserted batteries, low battery charge, and other related issues can all cause a Fire Stick remote to stop working. Pairing: If your remote isn’t paired with your Fire Stick, it won’t work.
For Android TVs released in 2015 or later, symptoms may improve by updating the software of the remote control.
Reset the remote control.
Open the battery compartment cover and remove the batteries.
Press and hold the Power button for three seconds.
Insert the batteries again and close the battery compartment cover.
Let go of the Home button, then press the Menu button nine times. Pull the batteries out of your remote. Unplug your Fire TV Stick and wait for a minute. Reinsert the batteries into your remote and turn on your Fire TV Stick.
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Press and hold one of the buttons on the remote control. Look at the viewfinder or LCD screen. If the remote control sends a signal, you should see a light in the viewfinder or cellphone screen when you press buttons on the remote control.
On the remote, press and hold the Back and Home buttons for 10 seconds to unpair and clear it. Now, re-pair the remote by pressing and holding the Home button for 10-12 seconds. The remote should work on your Fire TV Stick.
Documents / Resources
|amazon Fire TV Stick [pdf] User Manual|
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