Fire TV: Enable/Disable Subtitles (Captioning)

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The Amazon Fire TV has subtitle (otherwise known as Closed Captioning) features you can use for the hearing impaired. The feature allows you to read what is being said in the video you are watching.

There is a main place in the Fire TV settings where you can enable or disable subtitles. But each individual app may also have their own subtitle settings. Each app has a different way to access these settings. Here are steps to changing the main Fire TV subtitle setting as well as the way to change it in the most popular apps.

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Roku: Turn Off Narration in Disney+

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Roku users who watch Disney+ have been having problems with the app where they cannot turn off the audio guide narration voice. This is a problem where a voice describes everything on the screen that is happening. The feature is normally used for the vision impaired, but some users who don’t need it struggle to disable it.

Fortunately, we’ve come up with a couple of solutions that seem to work. Give these fixes a try.

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