We’ve built a TV for TV lovers. Amazon Fire TV 4-Series brings 4K Ultra HD entertainment, vivid picture quality, access to more than 1 million movies and TV episodes, and the magic of Alexa to your living room. Just press and ask Alexa to watch what you want, when you want.
A:AnswerHello inquiring! Thank you so much for your question! Currently there is no official Spectrum TV app available through the Appstore for this device. We are constantly adding more and more functionality and app support so this may change in the future. I hope you have an awesome day!
A:AnswerHi Jesse! Yes, you can use samsung DEX with this television. You'll need to go into your fireTV settings and choose display. From there, you can choose mirror screen. On your phones drop down menu for DEX, you should then find the fire TV model and you're good to go! Hope this helps, enjoy your day!
A:AnswerHello! Here are the steps to pair a Bluetooth device:
1. Power ON your Bluetooth device and put it in pairing mode.
2. Turn on your TV.
3. On the Fire TV main screen, scroll UP and select Settings > Controllers and Bluetooth Devices > Other Bluetooth Devices.
4. Wait for your headphones or speaker name to appear in the Discovered Devices list. Once it does, select it and wait for pairing to complete.
5. That’s it, now you’re ready for personal TV time. To disable the connection, just turn the Bluetooth device off. Hope this helps and have a great day!
A:AnswerHi Felbo! To change HDMI inputs you will have to use the included Alexa Voice Remote. You can do this by using the Settings ⚙️ button which pulls up a sidebar menu that lets you change inputs, or you can press the Alexa button on the remote and ask to change to the desired input. Thanks for the question, have a great day!
A:AnswerHello! Here are steps to follow to connect your soundbar to your Amazon Fire TV 4-Series: 1. Plug your multimedia device into an available input port. 2. For A/V receivers or digital sound bars, connect an HDMI ARC-compatible cable to HDMI input 1 for multichannel sound output. 3. Press and hold the Home button on your remote. If your Fire TV remote has a Settings button use that instead. 4. Select Inputs. 5. Select the input you want. Hope this helps! Have a great day!