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Posted 14th Sep

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Amazon Fire TV Stick 4K - £35.05
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Even if it does come with a USA plug, just plug the cable into your USB ports on the side of the tele, no need to have it plugged into the wall
And no plugging into the USB won't affect performance or anything.
If you think your cable is to long you can buy shorter ones.

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Edited by: "Toon_army" 14th Sep
Toon_army14/09/2019 10:50

Even if it does come with a USA plug, just plug the cable into your USB …Even if it does come with a USA plug, just plug the cable into your USB ports on the side of the tele, no need to have it plugged into the wall


The 4K model (not sure about the others) will often complain about this as most TVs won't provide the amount of current it expects and performance may not be as good as it should be
KellyHarrop14/09/2019 11:26

Ok well you just made my day. My daughter lost her plug to charge her … Ok well you just made my day. My daughter lost her plug to charge her phone so keeps stealing my fire stick plug..( she's got her own firestick but still steals my plug) anyway I just plugged my wire in to the tv to try it and it's working great. Dont no why i never thought to try it...


I think for best performance it is recommended you use the plug.
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Even if it does come with a USA plug, just plug the cable into your USB ports on the side of the tele, no need to have it plugged into the wall
And no plugging into the USB won't affect performance or anything.
If you think your cable is to long you can buy shorter ones.

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Edited by: "Toon_army" 14th Sep
30 day warranty!
Toon_army14/09/2019 10:50

Even if it does come with a USA plug, just plug the cable into your USB …Even if it does come with a USA plug, just plug the cable into your USB ports on the side of the tele, no need to have it plugged into the wall


Ok well you just made my day. My daughter lost her plug to charge her phone so keeps stealing my fire stick plug..( she's got her own firestick but still steals my plug) anyway I just plugged my wire in to the tv to try it and it's working great. Dont no why i never thought to try it...
KellyHarrop14/09/2019 11:26

Ok well you just made my day. My daughter lost her plug to charge her …Ok well you just made my day. My daughter lost her plug to charge her phone so keeps stealing my fire stick plug..( she's got her own firestick but still steals my plug) anyway I just plugged my wire in to the tv to try it and it's working great. Dont no why i never thought to try it...


I hate to imagine the amount of people I've noticed had there's plugged in the wall lol. Saves you a bit on electric as well as it'll only be using power when the tele is on
Toon_army14/09/2019 11:56

I hate to imagine the amount of people I've noticed had there's plugged in …I hate to imagine the amount of people I've noticed had there's plugged in the wall lol. Saves you a bit on electric as well as it'll only be using power when the tele is on


Sometimes the stick kicks up a fuss when you do that, but I always do...
Heat, thanks
Coming up at £38.95 before 10% discount so the £35.05 op put on ad was after discount.still a good price though
Toon_army14/09/2019 10:50

Even if it does come with a USA plug, just plug the cable into your USB …Even if it does come with a USA plug, just plug the cable into your USB ports on the side of the tele, no need to have it plugged into the wall


The 4K model (not sure about the others) will often complain about this as most TVs won't provide the amount of current it expects and performance may not be as good as it should be
KellyHarrop14/09/2019 11:26

Ok well you just made my day. My daughter lost her plug to charge her … Ok well you just made my day. My daughter lost her plug to charge her phone so keeps stealing my fire stick plug..( she's got her own firestick but still steals my plug) anyway I just plugged my wire in to the tv to try it and it's working great. Dont no why i never thought to try it...


I think for best performance it is recommended you use the plug.
Toon_army14/09/2019 10:50

Even if it does come with a USA plug, just plug the cable into your USB …Even if it does come with a USA plug, just plug the cable into your USB ports on the side of the tele, no need to have it plugged into the wall


The 4K model draws a lot more power then previous models as such it isn't recommend to power them from a TV.

Just plug them into the wall and don't worry
Again, be careful of this company! At least they're upfront about the warranty in this case but I'd check with Amazon that warranty is valid after 30 days.

Personally I'd rather spend the extra than go with these Jokers.
Toon_army14/09/2019 11:56

I hate to imagine the amount of people I've noticed had there's plugged in …I hate to imagine the amount of people I've noticed had there's plugged in the wall lol. Saves you a bit on electric as well as it'll only be using power when the tele is on


My firestick 4k is in my old 40 inch 1080p Sony in the lounge. Doesn't have a USB port so is plugged into the mains. My main TV is a 4k 55inch which is in the cellar and all the usual apps
rufnek2kx14/09/2019 13:00

1 year with Amazon


No way Amazon in the UK will honour the warranty on these imported fire sticks.
Out of area so the warranty isn't valid.
Very good improvement on previous versions. I think it could be had for £15 on prime day
Thanks for posting @Frank30uk we have added this to today's Highlights page
Toon_army14/09/2019 10:50

Even if it does come with a USA plug, just plug the cable into your USB …Even if it does come with a USA plug, just plug the cable into your USB ports on the side of the tele, no need to have it plugged into the wall


could result in poor wifi performance
Toon_army14/09/2019 10:50

Even if it does come with a USA plug, just plug the cable into your USB …Even if it does come with a USA plug, just plug the cable into your USB ports on the side of the tele, no need to have it plugged into the wall




you should never do this very bad advise amazon even state this.
Hey guys, is this worth getting for ANY reason please if you have a smart 4K TV (LG) with most of the regular apps anyway? Also use a NowTV stick. Thanks...
SargoTechniks14/09/2019 18:39

could result in poor wifi performance


never heard that one before. The only thing that's going to affect your Wi-Fi performance is brick walls or what band your on and how far away.

morty14/09/2019 18:42

you should never do this very bad advise amazon even state this.



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If it's so bad why do they let so many people sell these cables! I've used this method for years all all my sticks from the 1st gen to the 4k with zero issues. I even use the USB on my TV for my Snes Mini and PS Classic
Great find that. Already have mine set up unfortunately from a week ago.
Wanted to buy the ethernet connection, heard it's not compatible or stable with the 4k stick?
Montane14/09/2019 19:17

Great find that. Already have mine set up unfortunately from a week …Great find that. Already have mine set up unfortunately from a week ago.Wanted to buy the ethernet connection, heard it's not compatible or stable with the 4k stick?


No it's not I made that mistake amazon confirmed this aswell
Meh... picked up the Firestick 4K for -£3.99 (was £24.99) on Prime Day (Yes Amazon actually left me in credit) .
Personator123414/09/2019 15:13

The 4K model draws a lot more power then previous models as such it isn't …The 4K model draws a lot more power then previous models as such it isn't recommend to power them from a TV.Just plug them into the wall and don't worry


Not only that, powering via USB means the sticks goes through the reboot procedure every time you turn the tv on, whereas if the stick is plugged into the mains it's always ready to go the moment you need it.
blazons14/09/2019 22:25

Not only that, powering via USB means the sticks goes through the reboot …Not only that, powering via USB means the sticks goes through the reboot procedure every time you turn the tv on, whereas if the stick is plugged into the mains it's always ready to go the moment you need it.


It only takes 10-15 seconds to load though, so hardly a big deal.

I've used mine on an old Sony Bravia USB connection for a while, with no noticeable issues.
TheGalaxy14/09/2019 14:54

The 4K model (not sure about the others) will often complain about this as …The 4K model (not sure about the others) will often complain about this as most TVs won't provide the amount of current it expects and performance may not be as good as it should be


Yes it’s true.
Is this the latest 4K model out? I’m not so familiar with the different generations
TheGalaxy14/09/2019 14:54

The 4K model (not sure about the others) will often complain about this as …The 4K model (not sure about the others) will often complain about this as most TVs won't provide the amount of current it expects and performance may not be as good as it should be


Yeah on mine some films play back jerky on a 1a usb port on my projector (dead pool intro was horrible to watch! Around half frame rate,) but spot on with a mains powered 2a cable
Razinho14/09/2019 23:51

Is this the latest 4K model out? I’m not so familiar with the different g …Is this the latest 4K model out? I’m not so familiar with the different generations


Yes, this is the current 4K stick, new ones, likely out after the Amazon new Echo launch on the 25th
Sorry if I’m missing something here, but do most 4K modern TV’s not come with the relevant apps and wifi to view stuff, what is the need to have a TV stick for 4K? I assumed a TV stick was useful for older TVs that were not smart TVs, old TV’s I’m assuming are not 4K??
Annoying I had a personal code that expired 7 hours ago that would've made this a sweeter deal for me... But I couldn't find anthing to work with it, this would have.
Edited by: "fredjk351" 15th Sep
TheGalaxy14/09/2019 14:54

The 4K model (not sure about the others) will often complain about this as …The 4K model (not sure about the others) will often complain about this as most TVs won't provide the amount of current it expects and performance may not be as good as it should be


Yeah I have seen it effect wifi performance and if ur running kodi will freeze.
Madcat8615/09/2019 01:36

Sorry if I’m missing something here, but do most 4K modern TV’s not come wi …Sorry if I’m missing something here, but do most 4K modern TV’s not come with the relevant apps and wifi to view stuff, what is the need to have a TV stick for 4K? I assumed a TV stick was useful for older TVs that were not smart TVs, old TV’s I’m assuming are not 4K??


I use a 4k Fire TV stick over the built in apps mainly for ease of use using one remote (the fire TV remote) which controls the power, volume and inputs on my amplifier and TV. I like the layout of the fire TV home screen over my built in Samsung smart TV layout.

Also you get the voice control using echo devices (or the remote) which the kids love, especially my 3 year old "AYEXA OPEN UTUBE"
Wasn’t this £20 on sale a few months ago?

I've never used mine since, it’s all paid content it seems, but I’m probably missing something
Madcat8615/09/2019 01:36

Sorry if I’m missing something here, but do most 4K modern TV’s not come wi …Sorry if I’m missing something here, but do most 4K modern TV’s not come with the relevant apps and wifi to view stuff, what is the need to have a TV stick for 4K? I assumed a TV stick was useful for older TVs that were not smart TVs, old TV’s I’m assuming are not 4K??



Madcat86 is right about this. Waste of money if you ask me.
You can install IPTV player, Neflix, Amazon Prime on most 4K smart TVs. You don't need a fire stick or Android Box.
If you really want a good Android Box better than Fire stick, I recommend MECOOL KM3 ATV Android Google Certified 4GB 64GB Dual WiFi Smart Voice TV Box on ebey around £60.
Does anyone reckon we could have a good price again on black Friday?

Missed out on prime day
Edited by: "ArKaDeS" 15th Sep
Personator123414/09/2019 15:13

The 4K model draws a lot more power then previous models as such it isn't …The 4K model draws a lot more power then previous models as such it isn't recommend to power them from a TV.Just plug them into the wall and don't worry


I travel for work and have used the 4k stick in numerous hotels on various TVs and never had any issue
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