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On release of the Fire Stick Lite, BBC iPlayer was not available, which led to some negative reviews. It’s available now though, so happy dayz!
MarksRemarks
· 04 October 2020
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There are several steps you can take to prepare a Fire TV Stick for children.
This is how I have set up Parental Controls. I hope this helps...
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There are several steps you can take to prepare a Fire TV Stick for children.
This is how I have set up Parental Controls. I hope this helps...

Step 1: Uninstall Unwanted Apps
1 On the Central Navigation Bar, click the ... button
2 Click ‘All Your Apps’
3 Click ‘Installed on this TV’
4 For each App you want to uninstall, click the Menu button (3 horizontal bars), and select ‘Uninstall’.
Note: Amazon Apps cannot be uninstalled.

Step 2: Turn Off In-App Purchases
1 On the Central Navigation Bar, click the ‘Settings’ (Cog icon)
Click ‘Applications’
Click ‘Appstore’
Set ‘In-App Purchases’ to Off

Step 3: Setup Parental Controls
1 On the Central Navigation Bar, go to ‘Settings’
2 Click ‘Preferences’
3 Click ‘Parental controls’
4 Enter you PIN
The menu will now display the Parental Controls. From here you can choose to PIN protect the following:
- Purchases
- App Launches
- Amazon Photos App
The other menu item is ‘Viewing Restrictions’. From here you can select the correct age appropriate content for your child. A word of caution though, this works with Prime Video and only some third-party apps.

Lastly, don’t give the PIN to your child!

I hope this is helpful to explain Parental Controls :) see less
There are several steps you can take to prepare a Fire TV Stick for children.
This is how I have set up Parental Controls. I hope this helps...

Step 1: Uninstall Unwanted Apps
1 On the Central Navigation Bar, click the ... button
2 Click ‘All Your Apps’
3 Click ‘Installed on this TV’
4 For each App you want to uninstall, click the Menu button (3 horizontal bars), and select ‘Uninstall’.
Note: Amazon Apps cannot be uninstalled.

Step 2: Turn Off In-App Purchases
1 On the Central Navigation Bar, click the ‘Settings’ (Cog icon)
Click ‘Applications’
Click ‘Appstore’
Set ‘In-App Purchases’ to Off

Step 3: Setup Parental Controls
1 On the Central Navigation Bar, go to ‘Settings’
2 Click ‘Preferences’
3 Click ‘Parental controls’
4 Enter you PIN
The menu will now display the Parental Controls. From here you can choose to PIN protect the following:
- Purchases
- App Launches
- Amazon Photos App
The other menu item is ‘Viewing Restrictions’. From here you can select the correct age appropriate content for your child. A word of caution though, this works with Prime Video and only some third-party apps.

Lastly, don’t give the PIN to your child!

I hope this is helpful to explain Parental Controls :)

MarksRemarks
· 27 December 2020
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NOW TV is now finally supported on the Fire TV Stick from 15th December 2020.. happy dayz :)
MarksRemarks
· 18 December 2020
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Any will do, they are basically the same. I doubt if the West Ham app is in 4K, but if it is and you want to watch in 4K then you will obviously need the 4K Fire Stick (and a 4K TV set). Otherwise the basic HD Fire Stick Lite will do fine.
An Amazon Customer
· 01 August 2022
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Colors did not appear on apps list ,Risttey brought up a selection of Movies with Rishtey in the title plus other recommendations of similar ,There was no app Rishtey
wanderer
· 14 November 2020
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You don't need an app on your smart tv for this to work. The firestick attaches to your tv through hdmi and it stores all of your apps – Amazon Prime, Netflix, BBC iplayer etc. You just need to sign in to your amazon account on the firestick, download any apps you want, log in to them and off you go.
Miss L Murphy
· 20 May 2021
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If the apps are Amazon authorised , Netflix , Prime Iplayer and such , pre installed or installed from the Amazon App Store , most will after you log into you account on the Firestick be available , You will need to sign in on each app ,Any third party apps will need to be installed manually ,
wanderer
· 04 September 2021
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The lite does support ALEXA States that clearly ,,have you installed the Alexa app and added the Firestick to device's ,
wanderer
· 24 January 2021
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There is nothing to top up. Some apps require a paid subscription though, like Netflix.
MarksRemarks
· 29 December 2020
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Yes it does have Darya. Go to the App Store and then the Entertainment category. You will find Darya and also Giniko, although that’s a subscription service.
Hope that helps :)

MarksRemarks
· 29 December 2020