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Hot Deal Amazon Fire TV Stick with All-New Alexa Voice Remote

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cybermenindia247 wrote:

Bhai even lcd tvs came with hdmi ports 15 years back. Which brand led tv u have that does not have hdmi.

You have led monitor i believe not tv.

Bhai 3 saal pahle liye full Hd 32 wala korean copy of Samsung 32 smart… All things still working gr8 just saw yesterday that it doesn’t have HDMi sweat sweat

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Seller is Estore, Authorised Amazon Seller, I bought one last year from the same seller, genuine item delivered, there must be some promotion too running that time, iam not aware, because the moment i registered with amazon, within 24 hours i got a cashback of Rs. 500 in my amazon pay

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ashublr2789 wrote:

Even I am looking for the same option.

Go for tv Android box product it will help nd u don’t need fire stick. It will support most of apps

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Gargsaab wrote:

Bhai 3 saal pahle liye full Hd 32 wala korean copy of Samsung 32 smart… All things still working gr8 just saw yesterday that it doesn’t have HDMi sweat sweat

Go for Android tv box

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it is a actually a monitor . these cheap companies have converted monitors into tvs with limited output.

honestly pehli bar suna LED TV without hdmi port.

Thanks for sharing the info. Wil be careful about buying these cheap brands.

By the way kitne mein liya tha.

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Gargsaab wrote:

Bhai 3 saal pahle liye full Hd 32 wala korean copy of Samsung 32 smart… All things still working gr8 just saw yesterday that it doesn’t have HDMi sweat sweat

Samsung Ka Kopy Kia and HDMI port bhul gaya.

It reminds me of my school friend who used to make chits of answers he already remembered by heart during exams.

Oneday I asked him , make chits of those whose answers you dont know. He said nahi I make chits for my confidence and not necessarily for copying the answers.

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dealu22 wrote:

do u use thoptv,videobuddy,oreo tv ,vanced youtube,tubemate if yes then it will also become dumb smile its only for lite use n specially for prime video

Yes using the thop TV, YouTube and other apps;definition and purpose will differ person to person.
It’s complete my requirements and overall satisfied what I have paid.

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Gargsaab wrote:

Bhai 3 saal pahle liye full Hd 32 wala korean copy of Samsung 32 smart… All things still working gr8 just saw yesterday that it doesn’t have HDMi sweat sweat

If it doesn’t have HDMI port then how can we play content at FullHD?

It’ll probably have VGA port. So get HDMI to VGA adapter instead of AV inputs.

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lockhrt999 wrote:

If it doesn’t have HDMI port then how can we play content at FullHD?

It’ll probably have VGA port. So get HDMI to VGA adapter instead of AV inputs.

It wasn’t visible but it do have 2 hdmi port on lower side, got to know later stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye however i already purchased a converter but on knowing i just returned it & got refund grinning

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Niraj_Gupta wrote:

Yes using the thop TV, YouTube and other apps;definition and purpose will differ person to person.
It’s complete my requirements and overall satisfied what I have paid.

Does it lag in oreo tv? I visited in reliance digital and checked fire stick , it was very laggy including mobile casting.

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anadi1505816 wrote:

Does it lag in oreo tv? I visited in reliance digital and checked fire stick , it was very laggy including mobile casting.

Using MI tv and Samsung led with fire stick it’s fine in my case .. For casting you may required download some apps..defult casting apps have some lagging and even some sound issue (Mi and fire stick both)

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rocker123 wrote:

Ordered one, hoping to receive the chinese variant of the fire tv stick

any specific advantage for us of that variant?

you received yours, how is it?

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GarakS wrote:

any specific advantage for us of that variant?

you received yours, how is it?

No specific advantage..
Received original fire tv stick..
Was a damn good deal for 1999, working absolutely fine

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In case you haven’t transferred into some 4K TV yet, it’s just logical that you don’t need a 4K media streamer. From the non-4K area, the $39.99 Amazon Fire TV Stick is easily among the best. It’s a powerful little device that features Amazon’s strong Fire TV platform and Alexa voice assistant. The remote has an integrated microphone for controlling the stick with Alexa voice controls, and it was upgraded to allow you directly control your TV’s power and volume. Despite a few omissions in streaming programs, the Fire TV Stick Using Alexa Voice Remote easily offers enough in the way of features and value to make it an Editors’ Choice for budget media streamers. Obviously, if you do have a 4K TV, then the Fire TV Stick 4K adds 4K HDR video service in addition to everything else for just $10 more. Recently I purchased amazon fire stick remote and followed the installation process process by following the guidelines mentioned on https://howtotechh.com/amazon-fire-stick-remote... .

Streaming Stick
The Fire TV Stick is only a hair wider than the last version, at 3.4 from 1.1 by 0.5 inches (HWD), but looks indistinguishable. It is a plain black plastic rectangle using an HDMI plug on one end plus a micro USB interface on one side. As a stick meant to plug into the back of your tv, it doesn’t need to appear impressive or have some actual controls or display.

The new Alexa Voice Remote included with the Fire TV Stick is exactly the same one seen using the Fire TV Stick 4K and the Fire TV Cube. It retains exactly the exact same easy, horizontal black plastic wand layout of the previous voice distant, but adds three new controls. To start with the fundamental layout, the remote is controlled by a round direction pad with a large select button in the middle. A microphone button and pinhole mic sit over the pad, along with a brand new power button. Menu and playback controls sit beneath the navigation pad, with a volume rocker and mute button below them.

The electricity, mute, and volume up/down buttons work together with the infrared emitter on the front of this remote to control your TV directly. Once the Fire TV Stick determines the TV you’re using (a mostly automated process you go through during installation that involves pointing the remote at your TV and making sure the volume slider looks on the display ), you can use the remote to turn your TV on and off, adjust the volume, or mute the TV. It will not fully control your TV with menu navigation or any other features, but only the capability to turn your TV on, begin watching something in your Fire TV Stick, and tweak the volume as needed using the same remote is welcome and useful.

App and Accessories
You can use the Amazon Fire TV Remote app for Android and iOS should you would rather control the Fire TV Stick with your smartphone or tablet. It’s much simpler than the remote app used with Roku devices, mostly providing a touchpad for menu navigation, a handful of playback controls, a voice search function with your device’s microphone, and (most useful in case you need to enter login data ) an onscreen keyboard. It doesn’t offer you personal listening such as the Roku app does, which flows audio through your smartphone or tablet so you can listen to what you’re seeing a set of headphones plugged into it. Considering that the Fire TV Stick supports Bluetooth, nevertheless, it’s possible to merely set a pair of Bluetooth headset right to get a similar function.

Besides the voice remote, the Fire TV Stick has a brief HDMI extender cable (handy if the HDMI ports on your tv are brightly ), a micro USB cable, a USB power adapter, and a pair of AAA batteries for the remote. It’s all you will need to start streaming media, brief of the TV itself.

Fire TV OS
Amazon uses a heavily modified version of Android in the Fire TV Stick, exactly the same as you’ll see in all other Fire TV devices. It is comparable to Android TV’s interface, using large rows of icons showing content and apps, organized in different categories like your most recent selections and suggested displays. It is visually friendly and easy to navigate.

As with other Fire TV apparatus, the Fire TV Stick uses a restricted variant of Amazon’s program shop as opposed to Google Play for all its apps and solutions. Most major streaming solutions are available, including (of course) Amazon, Crunchyroll, HBO NOW, Hulu, Netflix, PlayStation Vue, Sling TV, Spotify, and YouTube. It’s missing a couple of notable services, however, such as Google Play Movies & TV, Google Play Music, and Vudu, all of which can be found on Roku.

For example an Amazon product, Amazon Prime consumers receive a great deal of advantages baked into the Fire TV Stick, before installing any programs. Videos on Amazon may be retrieved directly from the stand’s interface, so that you may just jump into whatever that you want to watch (if it’s on Prime). Prime Music also has an extremely large choice of records available with your membership, and you can access the bigger Amazon Music Unlimited library with an extra $7.99 monthly subscription.

As it is still essentially an Android device there are a few esoteric methods for sideloading your .apk documents and installing any app you need (to varying success based on integration with the remote controller and other factors). It’s very unreliable, though, so we don’t suggest this for many users. I installed Crunchyroll (prior to a Fire TV program was added to the shop ) without a problem, but when I launched the app it looked as a portrait-format smartphone app and did not display an onscreen cursor, making it unusable. It’s also a clunky solution we wouldn’t recommend for anybody who isn’t confident in their specialized abilities and knows their way around a command line, but it will provide some freedom not available with a Roku device or even the Apple TV.

Alexa and Voice Lookup
Any openings in the Fire TV program shop are made up for by the potent voice helper and search functions. By holding the microphone button back on the distant, you can search for movies, shows, and programs simply by speaking into it. You can’t use it hands-free by saying"Alexa," however you can optionally pair it with an Echo speaker (or another Echo device) for hands-free voice command. Considering that the remote has to be pointed at the TV to work and has a rather limited set of controls, that hands-free integration isn’t near what the Fire TV Cube provides; it can not change inputs on your TV or control other home entertainment devices.

Check Out the Finest Amazon Alexa Skills
Alexa adds a whole lot of convenience that the voice search performance on Roku apparatus doesn’t offer. You can check the weather, find out sports scores, and bring up Wikipedia info, and also add items to your shopping list. You can even add skills to Alexa for additional features, like ordering a pizza through Domino’s. Third-party skills vary tremendously in performance and usefulness, but they really add to what you can do with all the Fire TV Stick. Watch Amazon’s highest-rated Alexa skills in each category for some ideas.

Alexa can search based on show and movie titles, actor and manager titles, and genres and themes (though the more vague your orders are, the less reliable the results will be). The voice search feature crosses across several distinct apps and services such as Netflix and Hulu, and the Fire TV Stick keeps track of any subscriptions you may have and front-loads search results to emphasize content on these services.

As it’s connected to a TV and isn’t simply a speaker such as the Amazon Echo, the Fire TV Stick may provide you visual information in answer to your Alexa asks, such as the Echo Show and Echo Spot (but minus the touchscreen controllers ).

Alexa also enables you to command smart home devices along with your voice. Holding a button down and talking into a distant is not quite as convenient as the hands-free activation of the Echo devices, but it is still a helpful way to bring down the lights when viewing a picture, or correcting the warmth of the home without getting up. You can also bring up feeds from any connected Alexa-compatible home security cameras, like the Amazon Cloud Cam, letting you check on your home (or anywhere else you’ve set a camera up ) together with your own voice and see exactly what it sees through your TV.

Voice and Playback Performance
Voice recognition is superb. Even with my voice sounding hoarse from a cold, the Fire TV Stick known all my requests. It brought up search results for Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., Gundam, and Voltron free of matter, gave me a weather forecast for the coming week, also answered various bits of trivia. It’s impressively accurate and responsive for a $40 streaming apparatus.

Performance is aided in part by a quad-core chip that significantly speeds up things over the former version. Navigating menus isn’t quite as fast as it is with the 4K-capable Fire TV Cube, and the stick can only output to 1080p video, but it’s still quite responsive. I had no issue switching between different apps and quickly loading shows and movies.

Like most of media streamers, especially ones who just use Wi-Fi, video quality depends upon the rate and signal strength of your network. If you want to use a wired connection, an optional Ethernet adapter for Fire TV apparatus can be obtained for $15.

The Second Best Streamer Under $50
At the 50 range, the Fire TV Stick 4K stands out as our Editors’ Choice for budget media streamers. In case you haven’t updated to 4K, though, the standard Fire TV Stick is a simple way to save $10, and equally worthy of award. The Google Chromecast and Roku Premiere both present quite persuasive alternatives to Amazon’s Sticks, together with the capacity to access the Google Play on-demand libraries Fire TV can not. They make their own compromises, even however; the Chromecast has no remote and needs you to use your smartphone, tabletcomputer, or computer to command this, and while the Roku Premiere has a much less feature-rich voice experience.

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