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You can absolutely screen mirror WITHOUT wifi. I tried to screen mirror with the roku, chromecast, our smart TVs and several other devices without a wifi connection with no luck. Unbelievably, the firestick allows you to screen mirror with nothing more than your phone and the Fire Stick. Hold down the home button un… see more You can absolutely screen mirror WITHOUT wifi. I tried to screen mirror with the roku, chromecast, our smart TVs and several other devices without a wifi connection with no luck. Unbelievably, the firestick allows you to screen mirror with nothing more than your phone and the Fire Stick. Hold down the home button until a prompt comes up allowing you to mirror your device. You don't need internet at all to mirror your device. I spent a year trying to do just that because we didn't have internet where we were. I would download movies and shows on our phone while in town where our phone had a signal then play them at home where we had zero service. see less You can absolutely screen mirror WITHOUT wifi. I tried to screen mirror with the roku, chromecast, our smart TVs and several other devices without a wifi connection with no luck. Unbelievably, the firestick allows you to screen mirror with nothing more than your phone and the Fire Stick. Hold down the home button until a prompt comes up allowing you to mirror your device. You don't need internet at all to mirror your device. I spent a year trying to do just that because we didn't have internet where we were. I would download movies and shows on our phone while in town where our phone had a signal then play them at home where we had zero service.
Donna Omidi
· December 15, 2020
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Yeah, FireOS (Amazon's modified version of Android) does allow you to sideload apps from unknown sources. You can download any .apk file you want using any browser you want, and use any file manager you want to open and install it. If you happen to sideload an app not made for a TV, I recommend using a Bluetooth mouse … see more Yeah, FireOS (Amazon's modified version of Android) does allow you to sideload apps from unknown sources. You can download any .apk file you want using any browser you want, and use any file manager you want to open and install it. If you happen to sideload an app not made for a TV, I recommend using a Bluetooth mouse to navigate it since d-pad controls aren't the best for mobile apps. Happy sideloading! see less Yeah, FireOS (Amazon's modified version of Android) does allow you to sideload apps from unknown sources. You can download any .apk file you want using any browser you want, and use any file manager you want to open and install it. If you happen to sideload an app not made for a TV, I recommend using a Bluetooth mouse to navigate it since d-pad controls aren't the best for mobile apps. Happy sideloading!
Caleb Hawn
· December 9, 2020
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Only the Remotes are different. Go with the Lite and use the $10 for a better Remote, or a Second Remote.
J
· October 31, 2020
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Yes. That's the only way I'm able to use it. I have 18gb of hotspot and never ran out. Streams great with netflix and hulu as well as apps for discovery+ and history. The only time I see a slight slowdown in playback is amazon prime. But if you pause it, give it a minute and then play, it's fine and plays normal. Just … see more Yes. That's the only way I'm able to use it. I have 18gb of hotspot and never ran out. Streams great with netflix and hulu as well as apps for discovery+ and history. The only time I see a slight slowdown in playback is amazon prime. But if you pause it, give it a minute and then play, it's fine and plays normal. Just takes some time for things to load and open but the stick I'm using is like 3 or 4 years old.. but it will do it. see less Yes. That's the only way I'm able to use it. I have 18gb of hotspot and never ran out. Streams great with netflix and hulu as well as apps for discovery+ and history. The only time I see a slight slowdown in playback is amazon prime. But if you pause it, give it a minute and then play, it's fine and plays normal. Just takes some time for things to load and open but the stick I'm using is like 3 or 4 years old.. but it will do it.
heather
· April 14, 2021
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how do i change the battery
Liz
· December 10, 2020
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Yes, this would be perfect! That is the same reason why I purchased it for a friend. As long as the TV has a USB port, you should be all set!
Jai Mitchell
· November 21, 2020
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Fire stick only plays content on the one tv it is installed on. You can move it to other tvs. It will not play tv and movies on more than one tv at a time.
KEYJONZ
· February 16, 2021
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No, cannot even complete the set up. You have an account the moment you purchase from Amazon.
KEYJONZ
· December 16, 2020
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Here are the details for use outside of the US...
https://www.amazon.com/gp/help/customer/display.html?nodeId=201624360

Rosey 1
· February 28, 2021
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I am not sure but I heard it could. Sorry don't know for sure.
JO ANN
· December 11, 2020