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How to Install Kodi 17.6 on Firestick & Fire TV

Amazon Fire TV

KODI SERVERS http://bit.ly/kodiserver4 http://bit.ly/kodiserver1 http://bit.ly/kodiserver2

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New Easiest Method to Install Kodi on Fire TV/Stick

Downloader for Fire TV

Here’s the URL of the APK file you want to install. For Kodi v16.1, use the short URL: http://bit.ly/kodi161arm For Kodi v17.0 RC3, use the short URL: http://bit.ly/kodi17rc3 For SPMC v16.5.5, use the short URL: http://bit.ly/spmc1655apk Always consider the option of using a good VPN service to access all content even if they are geo-blocked and browse safely. With IPVanish ...

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All certified refurbished Amazon Fire TVs & Fire TV Sticks have just dropped in price

Amazon has just lowered the price of all of their available certified refurbished Fire TVs and Fire TV Sticks. The refurbished 2nd-gen Fire TV 2 (latest 2015 model with 4K support) is now $64.99. The old price was $79.99. The refurbished 1st-gen Fire TV (2014 model with 1080p support) is now $49.99. The old price was $69.99. Lastly, the refurbished ...

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Everything coming to Amazon Prime and HBO Now in November

Amazon & HBO Now

At the beginning of (and during) each month, Amazon Video and HBO adds new movies and TV shows to its library. Below, you’ll find the list for November 2016. COMING TO AMAZON PRIME VIDEO November 1st A View to a Kill The Addams Family Addams Family Values Barbershop Be Cool Courage Mountain Death at a Funeral Deterrence Diamonds are Forever ...

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How to Install VPN on Fire TV or Fire TV Stick

VPN on Amazon Fire TV

This step-by-step tutorial will show you how to install a VPN service on the Fire TV or Fire TV Stick.  This tutorial will work with all versions of the Fire TV device, regardless of the model (1st Generation, 2nd Generation, etc.). Why would you want to setup a VPN on your Fire TV or Stick?  So that your nosy Internet ...

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Amazon Fire TV Stick 1 vs Fire TV Stick 2 ¿Is the Upgrade Worth it?

Fire tV Stick 1 vs Fire TV Stick II

This is a comparison of the OLD FIRESTICK vs THE NEW FIRESTICK DEVICE ¿IS WORTH THE MONEY? Amazon Fire TV Stick I Amazon Fire TV Stick II ·Size 3.3 x 1.0 x 0.5 in. (84.9 x 25.0 x 11.5 mm) Weight 0.9 oz. (25.1g) ·Processor Broadcom, Dual-core 2xARM A9 up to 1 GHz ·GPU VideoCore4 ·Storage 8 GB internal ·Memory ...

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Apple’s New TV App Won’t Have Netflix or Amazon Video

Apple TV

THE APPLE TV has a new app, called simply TV, that promises to help make sense of the 1600 video content providers that have apps on the platform. It looks useful and great, but it’s missing two key pieces toward becoming a truly useful streaming sifter: Netflix and Amazon. Amazon’s absence is no surprise, given that Amazon Video has never ...

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First Look of the Upcoming New Amazon Fire TV Interface

New Fire TV Interface

Amazon has just updated their Fire TV developer documentation with more specifications for developers to follow to ensure their apps display properly on the upcoming new Fire TV interface. In doing so, they’ve added new screenshots of the upcoming interface which give us our first look at what the new Apps section looks like. This first new shot of the ...

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How to Install KODI on New FireStick – EASY Step by Step with no PC

Fire TV Stick 2

New FireStick with Alexa. SuperEASY… I am a big fan of the new firestick. It larger than the last one and much faster too. The new remote makes working with Alexa easy. I might just have to move my stereo over to the TV. PRODUCT PRICE LINK All-New Fire TV Stick with Alexa Voice Remote US$39.99 Buy It Now

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Fire Stick vs Fire Stick 2 – PlayStation Vue Test

Amazon Fire TV Stick

PRODUCT PRICE LINK New Fire TV Stick with Alexa Voice Remote US$39.99 Buy It Now

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h.264 vs h.265 comparison between the Fire TV 1, 2, and Fire TV Stick

Amazon Fire TV

AFTV shows how the Amazon Fire TV 1, Fire TV 2, and Fire TV Stick 1 each handle playing video encoded with the h.264 and h.265 codec. I run all three devices through several different test videos at various bit rates. The purpose is to show that, as long as the video codec being used is supported by the device’s ...

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