What is a Fire Stick:
The Amazon Fire TV Stick — better known by some as just the Fire Stick — is a streaming device sold by Amazon. Similar in many ways to the Roku, the Fire Stick is shaped like a USB flash drive, and plugs directly into your TV’s HDMI port. Despite its small size, it’s a full-featured streaming player, able to turn nearly any television into a ‘smart’ TV. With a Fire Stick, you can watch movies and TV shows from popular streaming apps like Netflix, Hulu, and YouTube
How to Update an Amazon Fire TV:
It is essential to know how to update your Amazon Fire Stick if you want your device to perform optimally. By installing the latest software, you can also get fixes that prevent apps from crashing or remove features that were incorrectly added in previous versions. While Amazon Fire TV devices install these updates automatically, you also have the option to do a manual install.
To update your device’s software version, go to Settings on your Fire TV.
- Go to Settings on your Fire TV.
- Select My Fire TV.
- Select About.
- Select Check for System Update.
For more help, try our Amazon Fire TV forum.