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Amazon Fire TV Stick £19.00 @ Amazon (Prime only/Prime Day)

£19.00 @ Amazon
Amazon Fire TV stick reduced to £19 Available to prime members - one day deal If your not a Prime member just signup for a 30 day free trial https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/prime/pipeline/landing Fire… Read More
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1y, 11m agoFound 1 year, 11 months ago
Amazon Fire TV stick reduced to £19

Available to prime members - one day deal

If your not a Prime member just signup for a 30 day free trial
https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/prime/pipeline/landing

Fire stick? Is that like of those bbq lighter thingies?
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bojangles
£79 for prime £19 for a stick
£98 total
COLD
Let me correct you: Free 30 day Prime trial & £19 for Fire TV Stick
£19 total :)
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there is lots of advice over on the thread when they were reduced to £25 - HERE

This was something I added then:

"
This thread seems to be generating the same questions asked over and over, no problem really as a lot of people won't really be familiar with kodi, side loading etc

It's a HDMI stick that you plug into TV and power from TV USB or supplied plug.

You can access Amazon Prime Services, Iplayer, Netflix, Plex, Scottish ITV (STV), Demand 5, You Tube etc out of the box (see advert for all apps). Plex will cost for full access

You can also use this guide to install Kodi- http://kodi.wiki/view/HOW-TO:Install_Kodi_on_Fire_TV

Everthing in Kodi is easily controlled by the supplied remote.

In addition to the above guide - you can also side load kodi using a helpful Windows based app called Amazon FireTV Utility App (can also be used to side load other apks) - http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=2736774

Other popular video apks seperate to Kodi can be installed by getting the relevant Android apk, Popular at the moment are HD Cinema, Popcorntime, Cartoon HD (also in Kodi), Show Box, Mobdro - can't really vouch for these as I use Kodi. *EDIT - HD Cinema is gone, maybe try playbox

If these sideloaded Apks can't be controlled by the remote as they were designed for a touchscreen, try WUKONG Remote on Android, not too sure about IOS or Windows phones

There is a dedicated Fire TV website with hints, guides, skins etc here - http://www.aftvnews.com/ "
16 Likes
HankHandsome
£19 is silly money really, but i'm set for media stuff - android tv box (soon to be upgraded), humax PVR and Nas drive.

i still want to buy one though :D


I already have one and I still want to buy one!
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Frank30uk
Ordered and great post. Thanks Chanchi (_;)

thanks Frank

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If only they'd actually add chromecast support to Amazon Prime instant video then I might use it!

Edited By: ChrisRX on Jul 15, 2015 00:17: -
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ChrisRX
If only they'd actually add chromecast support to Amazon Prime then I might use it!

What for?
#4
ChrisRX
If only they'd actually add chromecast support to Amazon Prime then I might use it!

Why?
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£19 is silly money really, but i'm set for media stuff - android tv box (soon to be upgraded), humax PVR and Nas drive.

i still want to buy one though :D
#6
topss
ChrisRX
If only they'd actually add chromecast support to Amazon Prime then I might use it!
What for?
Because I already have streaming youtube, netflix, twitch etc. through my chromecast. It seems silly to add another hdmi stick and remote when we could use what we already have.
#7
Mmmm get this or use the app on my PS3.
#8
If I buy one, will it be registered to my Amazon account? If I change my mind after using it, I want to be able to give it to a friend.
#9
I've looked at this a few times and still don't really see the value (if you get freeview). It looks like you would still pay for movies and most of the other stuff is already free. Is the main attraction for those without freeview/internet options?

I will admit to being of the older generation if that explains anything obvious that I'm missing.


Edited By: sb1876 on Jul 15, 2015 00:11
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If your thinking of buying - probably worth looking at the giftcard offer :)

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/buy-a-50-amazon-giftcard-get-a-10-promo-code-prime-exclusive-2245718?p=25565262
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Twothirty
If I buy one, will it be registered to my Amazon account? If I change my mind after using it, I want to be able to give it to a friend.

You can delete your account details by logging out. Then someone else can login with their own details.
#12
Twothirty
If I buy one, will it be registered to my Amazon account? If I change my mind after using it, I want to be able to give it to a friend.
You can register and de-register amazon accounts with it.
so no such problem.
#13
sb1876
I've looked at this a few times and still don't really see the value (if you get freeview). It looks like you would still pay for movies and most of the other stuff is already free. Is the main attraction for those without freeview/internet options?

I will admit to being of the older generation if that explains anything obvious that I'm missing.



I think it's the ability to side load other streaming apps that makes this appealing, especially at this price.
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sb1876
I've looked at this a few times and still don't really see the value (if you get freeview). It looks like you would still pay for movies and most of the other stuff is already free. Is the main attraction for those without freeview/internet options?
I will admit to being of the older generation if that explains anything obvious that I'm missing.

It makes your TV 'smart'. If you have a Netflix and or Amazon Prime account, you can then watch all the movies and TV series. Or install Kodi/XBMC and take it to another level.

Plus you can get it to access all you media that's on your network very easily.
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HankHandsome
£19 is silly money really, but i'm set for media stuff - android tv box (soon to be upgraded), humax PVR and Nas drive.

i still want to buy one though :D


I already have one and I still want to buy one!
#16
sb1876
I've looked at this a few times and still don't really see the value (if you get freeview). It looks like you would still pay for movies and most of the other stuff is already free. Is the main attraction for those without freeview/internet options?
I will admit to being of the older generation if that explains anything obvious that I'm missing.

The attraction is that it makes your television "smart". It gives you the ability to have the free catchup services that you likely wouldn't have with a regular freeview setup.

It also gives you access to Netflix and Amazon Instant Video which you do indeed have to pay for.
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can you run 2 firesticks in one house using the same amazon prime account and have them stream 2 different instant video films
4 Likes #18
ChrisRX
If only they'd actually add chromecast support to Amazon Prime instant video then I might use it!
Wouldn't you just use a Chromecast for Chromecast?!
#19
Will this be the same price even if you cancel the Prime membership after free trial?
1 Like #20
Hot!!
#21
Just bought android box.. Have Apple TV. Must resist...

Why do I want it even though I don't need it!?!
#22
Does it work with a 5ghz connection or just 2.4ghz?
1 Like #23
dontasciime
can you run 2 firesticks in one house using the same amazon prime account and have them stream 2 different instant video films

Yes
#24
Twothirty
If I buy one, will it be registered to my Amazon account? If I change my mind after using it, I want to be able to give it to a friend.
No when setting it up after connecting to your TV you log in. If passing it to a friend you would just log out then let them log in.
Also if you bought as a gift for someone else it wouldn't be linked to your Prime account until you logged in.

Edited By: Jimmyboy on Jul 15, 2015 00:21
#25
loulou8425
Does it work with a 5ghz connection or just 2.4ghz?

5 and 2.4
#26
topss
dontasciime
can you run 2 firesticks in one house using the same amazon prime account and have them stream 2 different instant video films
Yes

Would you happen to see & have a link to the amazon page explaining this I've lost it I'm sure I saw something about 2 devices. I'm looking again now, thanks

edit

https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/help/customer/display.html?ie=UTF8&nodeId=201422760

You can stream up to two titles at the same time using the same Amazon.co.uk account. You can stream the same title to no more than one device at a time. Many Prime Instant Video titles are also available for download on Kindle Fire HD and Kindle Fire HDX devices.


Edited By: dontasciime on Jul 15, 2015 00:25
#27
Does anyone that owns one of these know how the remote works eg infra red? The reason for the question is if I can program my Harmony Touch to use instead.
#28
I've got a chromecast, outside of some game support (like fibbage) and the included remote, are there any other reasons for me to get the fire stick?
#29
Jimmyboy
Does anyone that owns one of these know how the remote works eg infra red? The reason for the question is if I can program my Harmony Touch to use instead.
Bluetooth.
1 Like #30
One Max per customer. Anyway around this without making a new account.
#31
sakreg
Will this be the same price even if you cancel the Prime membership after free trial?

It will most likely be paid for and in your hands by the time you cancel so yes.
4 Likes #32
Cracking deal, I installed Kodi on mine and it runs almost as good as my raspberry pi 2
1 Like #33
dontasciime
topss
dontasciime
can you run 2 firesticks in one house using the same amazon prime account and have them stream 2 different instant video films
Yes
Would you happen to see & have a link to the amazon page explaining this I've lost it I'm sure I saw something about 5 devices. I'm looking again now, thanks

This one?

http://www.amazon.com/gp/help/customer/display.html?nodeId=201422770
1 Like #34
& £3 no rush to buy or rent a movie
#35
How do I find the prime deals please
1 Like #36
topss
dontasciime
topss
dontasciime
can you run 2 firesticks in one house using the same amazon prime account and have them stream 2 different instant video films
Yes
Would you happen to see & have a link to the amazon page explaining this I've lost it I'm sure I saw something about 5 devices. I'm looking again now, thanks
This one?http://www.amazon.com/gp/help/customer/display.html?nodeId=201422770

I edited my post with the link I was referring to and had lost, thanks
1 Like #37
Skywalker07
Cracking deal, I installed Kodi on mine and it runs almost as good as my raspberry pi 2

Me too, but I simply had to buy another for the tv in the bedroom and for me is a much better option than my Chromecast or now tv.


Edited By: dontasciime on Jul 15, 2015 00:33
#38
Does it support 5ghz?
banned#39
topss
dontasciime
can you run 2 firesticks in one house using the same amazon prime account and have them stream 2 different instant video films
Yes
i even run 2 plus ipad
1 Like #40
loulou8425
Does it support 5ghz?
it does indeed. Thinking of getting a second one after getting it for this price last time. Don't know how long Kodi will last though with Amazon blocking it with updates.

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