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I love the Alexa feature. Instead of searching for an app you simply ask Alexa to "Open the Netflix app" and she does it for you. Saves time and frustration.
Index David
· October 2, 2020
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Yes you can. I bought this converter for my old LG TV that has no HDMI.
https://www.amazon.com/Converter-Tackston-Composite-Nintendo-Integrated/dp/B07R6857Q7
It converts HDMI signal to composite RCA signal so that firestick can work with the old TV. Works well so far.

Matthew
· October 15, 2019
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Yes the FireStuck works anywhere you have WiFi. As you travel program access changes due to licensing concerns. Eg. when I use it in Mexico I can only see about 1/2 of the Netflix & 1/3 of the amazon programs I saw in the USA. there is a work around using a VPN
jimbob
· December 30, 2019
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Doesn't sound stupid at all. The stick connects to your next available HDMI socket on your television. The you select it from the TV remote (HDMI1 or HDMI2). As it powers up it will look for available wifi networks. Select your network from the choices then enter your "Network" password to connect. Be sure it's th… see more Doesn't sound stupid at all. The stick connects to your next available HDMI socket on your television. The you select it from the TV remote (HDMI1 or HDMI2). As it powers up it will look for available wifi networks. Select your network from the choices then enter your "Network" password to connect. Be sure it's the Network password and not a computer or device password. With the correct password it should adapt to the network and then your TV is connected to all of the services on your Fire Stick. It will also connect to the TV codes that control power and Audio. see less Doesn't sound stupid at all. The stick connects to your next available HDMI socket on your television. The you select it from the TV remote (HDMI1 or HDMI2). As it powers up it will look for available wifi networks. Select your network from the choices then enter your "Network" password to connect. Be sure it's the Network password and not a computer or device password. With the correct password it should adapt to the network and then your TV is connected to all of the services on your Fire Stick. It will also connect to the TV codes that control power and Audio.
William Johnson
· July 19, 2019
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Hola realmente la cantidad exacta de canales es literalmente increíble ya que en el podemos tener todos los canales de paga existentes y mucho más es un excelente producto...
Leomil Espinosa paniagua
· July 25, 2019
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Hopper 3 is your DVR/Dish box. This is a streaming device. The two will work independently of another and never interact. Your Hopper will be attached to one HDMI in, this will be on a completely different HDMI in. Your Hopper gets its signal via a satellite dish. This gets its signal via the internet and WiFi. The que… see more Hopper 3 is your DVR/Dish box. This is a streaming device. The two will work independently of another and never interact. Your Hopper will be attached to one HDMI in, this will be on a completely different HDMI in. Your Hopper gets its signal via a satellite dish. This gets its signal via the internet and WiFi. The question you are asking is essentially wether two cars can drive side by side when there are two lanes. Of course they can. see less Hopper 3 is your DVR/Dish box. This is a streaming device. The two will work independently of another and never interact. Your Hopper will be attached to one HDMI in, this will be on a completely different HDMI in. Your Hopper gets its signal via a satellite dish. This gets its signal via the internet and WiFi. The question you are asking is essentially wether two cars can drive side by side when there are two lanes. Of course they can.
S W
· July 25, 2019
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muy bien
raulitosantana
· January 24, 2020
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Pienso que si
Linette Hernandez
· July 15, 2020
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Yes you do. to effectively use any fire TV device, you need an internet connection. Fire TV content is streamed over the internet.
Keith Bryant
· March 7, 2019
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No you don’t but I use prime to watch tv for free, and if you get a medical card or any state help that has a card that you can prove you get state assistance you can get prime for half price! Google it! I only pay 5.99 plus tax cause I get a medical card thru ssi! Best of luck 😁
Heather Lea
· July 29, 2019