So, your 7-year-old found that Taylor Swift song on YouTube and wants to play it on repeat it for infinity. You might be better off telling her “There’s no way to do that!”. But there actually is a little hack you can use to repeat the same video over and over again.
One of the shows I enjoyed watching with my Dad was Cops. I guess that’s why I’m a huge fan of On Patrol: Live.
I’m involved in quite a few message boards for the show, and it seems many people have trouble figuring out how to stream the show live. So, I decided to make this guide.
If you wish to switch to a different account in the Peacock channel/app on your Fire TV, Apple TV, Android TV, iPad, iPhone, or Android device, we’ll help you figure out the steps with this easy-to-use tutorial. Just follow these steps:
If you have previously watched a TV series using the Peacock app, then go back to watch the show later, the app will throw you right back into the episode you were watching. This threw me off when I wanted to watch a different episode. This isn’t how many other apps work. Usually, you are given a choice of which episode to watch when you open a series. But Peacock doesn’t work that way.
So, how in the heck do you simply choose a specific episode to watch in the Peacock app? I figured it out, and here are the steps.
If you’re having constant trouble with your Amazon Firestick, a factory reset (also known as a hard reset) may be the best remedy. A factory reset will clear all settings and data from the device. Your apps will download once again after setting the Firestick back up.
There are two different ways you can perform a factory reset on the Firestick. One way is to simply navigate to the option in Settings. The other way is using a remote-control button combo, which is a great option to have if the Firestick is frozen or you can’t access Settings.
In this post, we’ll show you both methods for performing a factory reset.
If you want to enjoy all the benefits the Amazon Fire TV has to offer, you need to be connected to a strong wireless network. At times this could be a major challenge. If you have troubles with the Wi-Fi connecting and your Fire TV, you’re at the right place.
In this guide, we will identify some of the common reasons why your Fire TV won’t connect to a Wi-Fi network and provide a well-detailed step-by-step process of how to troubleshoot this problem.
I was playing around with my Roku Ultra and accidentally enabled Guest Mode. Guest Mode is a mode that is used if you have visitors to your property who are watching content via a Roku device. This option is often used for Roku devices located at properties offered on Air Bnb. Once I was done getting familiar with this feature, I couldn’t figure out how to get out of Guest Mode. After trying different things, I was finally able to figure it out.
So, I created this tutorial that will show you how to get out of Guest Mode on the Roku.
Have you been bouncing between menus trying to figure out how to log out of Netflix on Roku? You’re not the only one. The option is located in a strange place. We’ll show you where to find the option to log out of Netflix on Roku with this guide.