How To Connect Amazon Fire Stick Remote To Tv

Here Is a Quick Guideline of How to Connect Amazon Fire Stick Remote to TV

  • HDMI Port on your TV – Either connect an HDMI cable from the box to the TV, or connect the HDMI connection on the device itself to an HDMI port on your TV.
  • Micro USB connection for power– The device will come with a Micro USB cable and power adapter that needs to be connected for the device to turn on. If your TV has a powered USB port you can use the Micro USB cable to connect directly to that. However, it’s recommended to connect this to a power outlet with the adapter.

There are Two Methods how to connect Amazon Fire Stick Remote

Here are steps:

  • You can connect the Firestick to your TV using an empty HDMI port on the back of your TV.
  • Press the power button on the front of your TV, or use the TV remote to power on the TV.
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Press the source button on your TV remote until it selects the HDMI port that your Firestick is connected to. You should see the Amazon Fire home screen.

The home button is the button with an icon that resembles a house. It’s below the circle pad at the top of the remote.

Hold the Home button for about 10 seconds. When the remote connects to the Firestick, you will see a message on the screen that says “New Remote Connected”

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If it doesn’t work the first time, release the home button and try again. Try moving closer or further away from the Firestick.

Method-2

  • You can connect the Firestick to your TV using an empty HDMI port on the back of your TV.
  • Press the power button on the front of your TV, or use the TV remote to power on the TV.
  • Select the Amazon Firestick HDMI source.

Press the source button on your TV remote until it selects the HDMI port that your Firestick is connected to. You should see the Amazon Fire home screen.

How To Connect Amazon Fire Stick Remote To Tv

Go to System Settings on your TV. The way you open your system settings varies from one TV to another. On some TVs, you press the “Menu” button on your remote. On other TVs, you may press the Home button and then select Settings, or Options.

Find your HDMI-CEC settings. This option is going to be different from one TV to another. In some cases, it may be under Input Settings, or System Settings, or something similar. Also, each TV brand has a different trade name for HDMI-CEC. Here’s a list of TV brands and their associated HDMI-CEC trade names.

  • AOC: E-link
  • Hitachi: HDMI-CEC
  • LG: SimpLink
  • Mitsubishi: Net Command for HDMI
  • Onkyo:Remote Interactive over HDMI (RIHD)
  • Panasonic: HDAVI Control, EZ-Sync, or VIERA Link
  • Philips: Easy Link
  • Pioneer: Kuro Link
  • Runco International: RuncoLink
  • Samsung: Anynet+
  • Sharp: Aquos Link
  • Sony: BRAVIA Sync, Control for HDMI
  • Toshiba: CE-Link or Regza Link
  • Vizio: CEC

Enable HDMI-CEC. Once you find the appropriate setting in your TV’s settings menu, enable HDMI-CEC. Most TVs have it turned off by default. Once enabled, you can use your TV remote to control many devices, including your Amazon Firestick, or even a PlayStation 4.

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