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?
I have dealt with a problem where my Amazon Fire TV plays choppy video and audio many times. The cause of this problem can differ depending on how and what you use on the device. I decided to use my experience to create this guide to troubleshoot this issue. Hopefully it helps you.
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.
Have you tried to go shopping for a universal remote control that works with the Amazon Firestick, Cable box, Blu-ray player, and TV? Has it been frustrating? You’re not the only one.
Users of the Amazon Fire TV remote mouse sometimes doesn’t work properly. The report may not type properly or scroll as expected. To solve this issue, give these steps a try.