Bought a new Fire TV? Congratulations! You can set it up with Alexa and enjoy using it with your voice commands now!
Amazon Alexa is compatible with Amazon Fire TV as its remotes come with a native voice control feature. But take care of that remote because it’s so tiny that you may end up losing it. However, linking Fire TV with an Echo speaker will solve this use of the remote. You won’t need that remote anymore; just give voice commands with Alexa. It makes more sense to control the Fire TV without a remote. Some users face a Fire TV not showing in the Alexa app issue and hence fail to connect both.
The process of linking the Fire TV stick to the Alexa app isn’t a straightforward one. Sometimes Alexa has trouble communicating with Fire TV. This is when the notification appears- ‘Sorry we could not find any device to link.’ If you have landed on this blog, you might be facing this issue as well. Don’t worry, by the end of this blog you are going to resolve your Alexa can’t find the fire TV issue! So, let’s jump right there!
Amazon has done a very good job with its Fire TV with a large number of multimedia services: Amazon Video, Disney +, Apple TV +, Prime Music, Hulu Cartoon Network, CNN, Fox News, NBC, Spotify, YouTube, and so much more. Just not this, you can even order a pizza from Dominos with your voice commands. But there are also many things that don’t work when Alexa has trouble communicating with Fire TV. Read on for a closer look at some tips to fix this:
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One important thing to remember is that even though you can link multiple Alexa devices to Fire TV, you can only control it with only one device at a time. So now that you have read the Fire TV not showing in Alexa app troubleshooting guide, you can start with these basic steps and see where the problem is. But if none of these tricks work, you can always seek expert assistance! Aslk your query in the chat box below. Save yourself all this hustle by simply calling the Alexa helpline number. Dial up now and ask your questions!