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No idea on the memory capacity. I don't see them on your Amazon links so you'll probably have to check the manuals/guides on each manufacturer's website.
Sideloading APKs is easy.
For whatever reason some TVs will not allow you to download files within the internal web browser but the workaround is pretty simple.
You'll need the direct URL of the APK you want to install (eg www.whatever.com/app.apk) and the Downloader app from the Amazon App store on your TV.
You'll enter your APK url into the Downloader app. Once completed, browse to your download location in the app and install your APK. If you're somewhat tech savvy the entire process will 10-15 minutes.
My Downloader app has a built-in browser that supports downloading certain files.
Amazon Appstore Listing: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01N0BP507/
More info about the app: http://www.aftvnews.com/downloader
It may be related to something like this:
Two Amazon-approved apps that I think are essential for FireTV are <strong>Downloader</strong> and <strong>Total Commander</strong>.
If you get both, there is little need for ES File Explorer.
You're right, this is Amazon preemptively making a change before the block. The YouTube app, which is made by Amazon, was updated last night to this new version that just puts up browser redirect buttons. If you sideload the previous YouTube app (enter bit.ly/oldfiretvyoutube in Downloader) the app works just like before and still displays the January 1st warning message.
I do the same, here's one with links and images to help.
Settings>Device>Developer Options>Apps from Unknown Sources>On
Install "Downloader" from Amazon App Store.
Use Downloader to go to apkmirror.com to search and download Terrarium TV and then Install.
I'd probably either use the Downloader app on the device, download it to my PC and use adbLink, or download it to my phone and use Apps2Fire, or something similar.
Downloader is still on the app store. If you’re gonna sideload, download .239 because it’s more stable before they ruined it in June.
Just use the Downloader app: https://www.amazon.ca/AFTVnews-com-Downloader/dp/B01N0BP507
If you have a fire TV stick i would suggest downloading the KODI APK. There is an app called "Downloader for Fire TV", looks like this: https://www.amazon.ca/-/fr/dp/B01N0BP507
Download it and use a search engine to find "Live TV NET", i found one here: https://livenettvapk.live/
Download and install the app, and from there open up the sports channel sections. Does freeze occasionally , but gets the job done.
Hope this helps.
I know some streaming content is unavailable based on location. I've never heard of the Plex app being restricted based on location.
You can sideload the Plex app onto the FireTV. Google "sideload FireTV app" or similar to see directions. I've sideloaded apps to my FireStick 4K. The instructions I followed used the Downloader app, https://www.amazon.com/AFTVnews-com-Downloader/dp/B01N0BP507/.
You can download the Plex app from the announcement thread on the Plex Forums, https://forums.plex.tv/t/plex-for-android/29115/398.
You want the "Amazon Fire OS Devices" version. Do not load the other versions. They will most likely be unstable, as they are not built for FireOS devices.
Also, sideloaded apps will not automatically update like apps loaded from the Amazon app store. You will have to sideload any updates.
If you've an account at Plex, you can be notified when new versions are available. Subscribe to the announcement thread - scroll to bottom and change "Normal" to "Watching." You'll receive an e-mail when a new version is available.
Since it's just for YouTube, try this instead:
Sideload "SmartTubeNext": Releases · yuliskov/SmartTubeNext · GitHub
To sideload the APK, you'll need the App Downloader:
Since typing in long URLs is a pain using the Fire TV remote, shorten the direct link to the latest release of SmartTubeNext first using this shortener:
AFTVnews URL Shortener | For Downloader on Amazon Fire TV and Google Android TV
Alternatively, you can also try and sideload AdGuard using the above method. But I'm not sure it will work correctly.
Just search for Downloader on Firestick. Here's the link
The actual link address on github is https://github.com/opensubtitles/service.subtitles.opensubtitles_by_opensubtitles/archive/master.zip
I've installed it on Firesticks using AFTV's Downloader app (https://www.amazon.com/AFTVnews-com-Downloader/dp/B01N0BP507) to download the zip, and then installed it in Kodi from zip file.
Can't you just sideload the APK file?
to get this
I dont know if this works on the sticks but:
use this Downloader
go to Kodi.tv Download -> Install.
The same addons work with SPMC, the ones I use anyway. SPMC is designed for Android, and includes extra code/fixes to get the best out of the Fire Stick/TV. SPMC is available here. I don't know the current source for Not Sure. As for setting up, use the app Downloader to download SPMC.
Try out the SmartYouTubeTV app. It works great on my FireTV2, identifies as a LG smart TV. You can easily sideload it through the Downloader app.