Frequently Asked Questions

Amazon Fire TV

  1. Press and Hold the Home button on the remote for 5 seconds until Shortcut screen pops up.
  2. Select Apps to open Apps Library.

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  1. Open Amazon Fire TV home page.
  2. Navigate to Settings and select Applications submenu.
  3. Select Manage Installed Applications.
  4. Select TVGeek Media Center.
  5. Select Clear cache.
  6. Select Clear data.

Note: This will delete any build or addon installations. Remember to have your license key ready to reinstall the TVGeek custom build.

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  1. Press the Home button on the remote to open Fire TV Home page.
  2. Navigate to Settings and select My Fire TV submenu.
  3. Select About.
  4. Select Install System Update.
  5. Wait for the software installation to finish.
  6. Once it finished, you device will then restart.
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  • Turn On Option for Apps from Unknown Source
    • From the Fire TV home screen, scroll to Settings.
    • Next, scroll to the right and select Device.
    • Next, scroll down and select Developer options.
    • Then select Apps from Unknown Source to turn the option to ON.
  • Download TVGeek Media Center App
    • From the Fire TV home screen, scroll to left to search for app.
    • Search for the Downloader app.
    • Install and Open Downloader.
    • Enter the TVGeek Media Center URL – http://bit.ly/2AQntLO (case-sensitive)
    • Install TVGeek Media Center.
  • Install custom build to TVGeek Media Center
    • From the Fire TV home screen, open TVGeek Media Center from Your Apps & Channels.
    • Scroll to the right and select Programs.
    • Next, scroll down and select Program add-ons.
    • Next, scroll down and select TVGeek License.
    • When prompt, enter the License Key and select Done.
    • Select Builds > TVGeek Builds.
    • Next, select the TVGeek Aeon Nox.
    • Wait for build to download and install. This process takes around 3-5 minutes.
    • After the build is done installing, re-open the TVGeek Media Center app.
    • Since this is the first time, it will take a few minutes to complete.
    • After allowing the system to update for a few minutes, you are ready to watch movies and TV show.

Tip: Need some visual help? Watch our YouTube installation video.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dmNAYF_IfV4

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  1. To turn on your Fire TV, unplug and plug back in your device.
  2. When you see the Fire TV logo flashing, press and hold down the Home button on your remote for up to 20 seconds.
  3. A message will prompt in the bottom right corner of the screen acknowledging the pairing is complete.
  4. The process takes a minute so if it does not pair, press and hold the Home button again for up to 20 seconds.

Tip:  The pairing process works best with a fresh pair of AAA batteries.

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  1. On your Fire TV device, click Settings.
  2. Scroll over to the right and click System.
  3. Scroll down and click Reset to Factory Defaults.
  4. A dialog will appear that reads “You are about to reset your Fire TV to its original factory settings.

Note: You will need a valid license key to install TVGeek Media Center.

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  1. Go to your Fire TV Home page by pressing the Home button on your Fire TV remote.
  2. Select Settings.
  3. Select Applications.
  4. Select Manage All Installed Applications.
  5. Scroll down to and Select TVGeek Media Center.
  6. Select Uninstall.

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