In order to access content and apps that you can’t find on the official Amazon app store, you have to first enable the installation of apps from unknown sources on your device so you can install any app on your Firestick.
Connecting to Fire TV Through ADB
Enabling Apps from Unknown Sources
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Let’s jump straight into the guide!
Step-by-step screenshot guide on How to Enable Apps from Unknown Sources
1. Navigate to Menu.
2. Go to Settings.
3. Search for My Fire TV option and click on it.
4. Tap on Developers options.
5. Make sure the option “Apps from Unknown Sources” is enabled.
6. Click “Turn On” to enable apps from unknown sources.
7. Check and turn on the ADB Debugging.
Now you are able to install any apps or content in your Firestick, that you couldn’t find on Amazon app store. Enjoy them!
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