Amazon has a product to give you more ways to enjoy watching TV at your leisure and save money at the same time. If you currently have Wi-Fi in your home, it will allow you to get movies and TV shows without subscribing to premium channels like Showtime, HBO, Starz and many others. This will help deflate the cost on your cable bill.
For only around $100 a year, you can join Amazon Prime to get access to those same movies the premium channels offer. Let’s cover how the Amazon Fire TV Stick can put you in movie heaven simply through your Wi-Fi, giving you 1 way to lessen your cable bill expenses and giving you up to date movie access.
Jailbreaking Amazon Fire TV Stick
The term sounds devious but it is actually free & legal. This is one-time technology is a friend indeed in today’s economy if you are under a strict budget. It will allow you to stream from your Wi-Fi the most recent movies, TV shows & music. A lot of the movies are as recent as the Red Box releases. This results in another expense you can remove from your budget. No more rentals! That is unless you just want to. Once you jailbreak your Amazon Fire TV Stick, you open up a whole new arena to free movie watching.
How To Jailbreak The Amazon Fire TV Stick
The first thing you have to do is be an owner of the Amazon Fire TV Stick & have Wi-Fi set up in your home. The Amazon Fire TV Stick is around $40 to purchase. If you don’t have one yet just click on this Amazon Fire TV Stick link. After you receive it, you have to set up your account which is not hard at all. Once you are all set just follow the step by step instructions on how to jailbreak it below. Here we Go!
Step By Step Amazon Fire TV Stick Jailbreak Instructions
Go to the main menu> Scroll down to settings>click on it> Go to applications>click on it> Turn app usage data to off> Hit the return button> Go to systems>scroll down to developer options>click on it> Turn ADB Debugging to off> go down to app from unknown source>turn it on> a warning box will pop up so hit okay
Go back to the main menu> Go to search>click on it> type in ES Explorer it should pop up below>click it> click first app> click get> wait for download> click open> Go to left side of screen> go to the drop down on favorites> hit add> a box pops up with path type> enter https://kodi.tv/download> hit next and underneath where it says path type is where you are going to name the path> type Kodi> hit next> hit add
Go to the left side of screen>scroll down to where you should find Kodi>click it> go over to right side of screen> Scroll down the page to towards the bottom (You will notice the first group of icons will have a green android figure scroll further down)> there should be another set with a green android icon as well> Here you put the yellow cursor where it says Arm x 86>press okay> may hesitate but press okay and it will download
Open the file> hit to install twice> hit open> Go to the main page> (blue screen)> Go to video click it and underneath click on get an add-on> go over to system>click it>underneath go to file manager> click add source> in the A row click where it says none> type in http://srp.nu> click done> type .srp for name source>click done> click okay .
Hit the back button on controller to go back to the main page> Press system> scroll down to add ons>click it> box pops up>scroll down to install from zip file> go to .srp>click on it> scroll down to Jarvis>click on it> scroll down to all>click it> click on the only option that pops up> Hit the go back button to home screen> Go to programs>click it>scroll down to program add ons>click it> click on get more> scroll down to add on installer>click on it> click install> Click on add-on installer(it should say enabled)> Click open> scroll to featured add ons> click on featured ad ons> Scroll to Exodus>click it> Click install>when installed click okay> Hit the back button on your remote to go to the home screen.
Now you are all set to watch movies. This is what you need to do every time you go to watch a movie.
Go to home screen> go to videos> go to add-ons> click on Exodus> go to left of page to the menu pressing left on button on remote> At top where it says view> switch it to thumbnail> click on movies> there are plenty of options to choose from in this menu> At the bottom is a search option of the menu.
The next time you use it from your Firestick menu> scroll down to apps>click it and you should see the Kodi icon on the right. Then just follow the paragraph up top every time you go to watch.
I hope this post has helped some people save on their budget. I wanted to share this because it is not a scam. Remember, if you don’t currently own an Amazon Fire TV Stick, just click here.
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