Worried about Amazon fire stick remote replacement pairing issue? Or got a new controller? We know how great it feels to have a replacement remote. However, you may face issues while connecting it.
That is why in this article we will give you a step-by-step guide on the remote replacement pairing.
Convenience is not only the reason why we want to pair other remotes to our Fire TV. There are also instances such as losing our main controller, which pushes us to purchase a replacement controller.
If you already own a replacement remote but you do not know how to configure its pairing with Fire TV, then keep calm because we have the right tricks for you!
Amazon Fire Stick Remote Replacement Pairing Steps
1. Pairing with Official Fire Stick Remote
It’s noteworthy to know that Amazon Fire TV allows seven Fire Sticks to pair with its player; whether it’s the latest Fire Stick or an older model or a third-party clicker.
However, if you already surpassed the seven-remote limit, then you have to forego and unpair one of the previously connected.
Let us now focus on pairing a replacement remote with your firestick.
Launch Your Fire TV Home Screen
To successfully pair a replacement remote with your Fire Stick, launch the home screen through your older or current controller or your Fire Stick Remote App.
Proceed to follow the instructions below:
- Click Home button on your Fire Stick Remote
- On the upper portion of your Home Screen, press the Settings tab
- Manually press the center circle button on your remote to select Settings
- Under settings, manually search for Controllers & Bluetooth Devices
Controllers & Bluetooth Devices
Under this section, you will see a list of devices you can pair with the Fire TV. Make sure to locate and press Amazon Fire TV Remotes on the options given to you.
Add New Remote Option
Press Add New Remote option and the Fire TV will then automatically search for discoverable devices.
To make your second Fire Stick discoverable, press the Home button for a few seconds until the Fire TV detects the controller, and the particular remote you are pairing with will appear on your TV.
Confirm Your Newly Paired Device
After Fire TV successfully discovers your second newly paired Fire Stick, please ensure that you confirm adding such a newly paired controller by pressing the center circle button of your old clicker.
You will then see the list of remotes paired with your Fire TV.
Ensure that the newly paired device works by pressing any of the buttons.
2. Pairing with Third-Party Remote
Since Amazon allows seven remotes to pair with your TV, then it’s not impossible to pair it with third-party clickers.
However, the replacement pairing process may be fairly different compared to pairing it with an official Fire Stick clicker.
Technically speaking, the procedure on how you can replace it using a third-party remote is the same way as to how you replace it with the official Firestick remote.
The thing you have to make sure of, though is that – the newly paired device works by pressing any of the buttons.
With this guide, you can now add at least 7 devices by giving you additional options on how to add third-party devices! Amazing, right?
3. Pairing with Alexa Devices
Why even bother finding your remote or clicking buttons when you can just do voice commands? Control your television with just the use of your voice! In this guide, we will teach you how to pair Alexa with your Fire television!
The following is a list of Amazon Alexa compatible devices with your TV:
- Echo Dot
- Echo Look
- Echo Show
- Amazon Tap
- Compatible Alexa-enabled third-party devices
Connecting Any Amazon Echo Device with Fire TV
The first thing you have to do is to connect any Echo devices to your Amazon Fire TV – that’s how you can proceed to pair them. The next step would be to launch the software on the home screen.
Connect Amazon Alexa to Your Fire TV App
- Launch the Amazon Alexa App on your device
- Hit on Settings
- Choose TV and Video
- From the list of options there, select Fire TV and hit on the + sign
- Select the option that says Link Your Alexa Device
Then, you will see on-screen instructions on how you can complete the procedure of pairing any of your Echo devices to your TV.
The next time you lose your controller, Alexa will save the day by following with your voice commands! You will be able to control the Fire TV by using any of your Amazon Echo devices with ease!
Amazon Fire Stick Remote Replacement Pairing Without Remote
If you want remote replacement pairing without the remote, then you can do this through the power of your Amazon Fire Stick Remote App!
Just follow these tips and tricks and we will make sure that this application will come in handy and be effective for your use!
Download and Install on Your Smartphone
To download and install this application, follow the procedure below:
- Go to the App Store or the Google Play Store
- Search for the Amazon Fire TV app on the search bar
- Press Download and wait for the installation to finish
Open the application once it’s installed then select your Fire TV at the list of devices provided on the bottom of your application smartphone screen!
Sign in with Your Amazon Credentials
Make sure that you enter the appropriate username and password corresponding to your TV. Once successfully done, enter the PIN on your TV to the application, and you are good to go!
Once the pairing is done successfully, you will see remote navigational buttons on your smartphone screen. You can now use this device for your watching session, and you can also use this as an original pairing device with your TV.
After reaching the end of this article, you now know how to successfully conduct an Amazon Fire Stick remote replacement pairing! It’s easy, fun – and you don’t actually have to be an IT expert to know it!
Further Read: Want to Change Firestick Name to a personalized one? Read this guide to know how to do it!
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