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How to use the Amazon Fire TV Stick

Setting it up is just the start: how to use the Fire TV Stick. Even if you know how to use the Fire TV Stick — to stream live TV as you've cut the cord or binge-watch The Boys again as you wait for season 3 — you're just getting started. Amazon's affordable family of streaming devices pack most of their neatest features deep in its menus. 
 
Plus, the Fire TV Stick can have a lot of Alexa integrations built in, and those might not jump right out at you. So, we've got everything you need to setup your new Fire TV device (getting it ready can be a chore), so you can master it today. The Fire TV OS interface also just got a fresh coat of paint, which adds one key new feature: user profiles. So, check out our guide on how to add Fire TV profiles once you're finished setting it up.
 
And once you master the Fire TV Stick you'll use it for everything from streaming shows and movies to controlling your smart home. You can even get the weather without turning on a channel.
 
This story applies to both the Fire TV Stick, Fire TV Stick Lite and the Fire TV Stick 4K compatriot. These streaming devices are largely similar, with streaming quality and remote control buttons being the major differentiating features. 
 
So, here's our guide for how to use the Fire TV Stick, which is one of the company's most popular and affordable streaming devices.
 

How to set up the Fire TV Stick

Yes, that USB Micro cord and power adapter that came with the Fire TV Stick might not be necessary for getting the Fire Stick up and running, but you'll want it to ensure faster performance.
 
Here's everything you need to get the Fire TV Stick up and running and streaming all of your favorite content. 
 
1. Plug the USB Micro cable into the power adapter.
 
2. Plug the other end into into the Fire TV Stick.
 
3. Plug the Fire TV Stick into an HDMI port in your TV.
 
4. Press Home on your remote.
 
5. Press Play/Pause on your remote.
 
6. Select Your Language.
 
7. Select your Wi-Fi network.
 
8. Enter your password and select Connect.
 
9. Select Register or Create an Account.
 
10. Enter your Amazon login ID and click Next. If you selected Create an Account, you will be creating that ID.
 
11. Enter your password and select Sign In. If you've got two-factor authentication on Amazon enabled, you'll have to get your confirmation code from your phone and type it in.
 
12. Confirm it's your account that's signed in.
 
13. Select Yes or No to opt in or out of storing connected network passwords with Amazon.
 
14. Opt in or out of parental controls.
 
15. Sign up for Prime or decline.
 
Check out our guide to the best Prime Video movies and shows to learn more.
 
16. Select Choose Apps to walk through Amazon's app downloads on-boarding, or click No Thanks to skip past.
 
17. Select the popular services you want, and click right to TV channels.
 
18. Select the TV channel apps you want, and click right to sports apps.
 
19. Select the sports apps you want, and click right to the featured apps.
 
20. Select the featured services you want, and click Play to proceed.
 
21. Click Download Apps.
 
You've set up your Fire TV Stick!
 

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