Netflix, Hulu, and Prime Video are all great, but what if you just want to watch some old fashioned, live over-the-air local channels using your Amazon Fire TV? Use these solutions to get started enjoying those local channels.
Every once in a while, my Firestick will not connect to a Bluetooth device such as a speaker or headphones. I thought I would share some common troubleshooting steps you may want to take if you are experiencing the same issue with your Bluetooth device.
If your Amazon Fire TV is laggy or freezing, it may be time to perform a reset. A reset will clear all memory and usually solves any problems you are experiencing with the device. You can reset the Amazon Firestick, Toshiba, Insignia, and Fire TV box models using these steps.
While kicking back and trying to enjoy some tube, I was prompted with this message on my Fire TV that said “We can’t detect your remote”. Unfortunately, my genuine Amazon remote was lost and I was using a universal remote with my Fire TV. Nothing I on my remote tried would let me bypass this message. How, oh how do I bypass this message?
If you have an older analog CRT Television that isn’t a smart TV and doesn’t have an HDMI connection, you can still use the Amazon Fire TV device with it. All you need is an adapter to make fire TV work with any older, non-HDMI TV. Use these steps to connect a Fire TV Stick or box to an old analog CRT TV.