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I can confirm if you sideload the app it works just fine, ive been using foxtel on my fire stick since the launch of the 4k version in Australia with no issues, theres plenty of ways to do it just have a look on youtube and then google foxtel android tv apk and you'll be set.
Luke Attenborough
· 1 June 2021
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Yes, they sell the device here on Amazon AU, look for "Fire TV Ethernet"
Jorge Emilio Valencia
· 24 April 2021
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I just had a look and it working just fine in my case. If you use VPN, turn it off, maybe it is detecting a location outside Australia.
Jorge Emilio Valencia
· 24 April 2021
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Yes
Honest Joe
· 7 June 2021
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Yes, you can give wifi to this device with your phone
Jorge Emilio Valencia
· 24 April 2021
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This is all new.I have 2 x 4k I got from the States a few years ago. Not the same. They don't have Dolby Atmos, or Dolby Vision. this is a bigger stick nd compared to one of my Basic Fire Stick is enormous.
Harry G
· 23 April 2021
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As long as you have an internet connection and a google home app. yes.
Mike Riley
· 14 June 2021
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Yes, but it is used to power the unit, but since you can split it with an OTG cable to used ethernet I don't see why it won't work with a USB flash drive, external hard drive may be a power issue though.
Harry G
· 23 April 2021
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No and with all the Free to Air streaming live it's becomes irrelevant to need that.
Harry G
· 30 April 2021
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When you go to sign in to your Amazon account you can either use your browser on your phone or other device and you will be presented on the TV screen with the code to enter into the Web page you are directed to or you can choose to use the remote and enter your Username usually your email address and password on the T… see more When you go to sign in to your Amazon account you can either use your browser on your phone or other device and you will be presented on the TV screen with the code to enter into the Web page you are directed to or you can choose to use the remote and enter your Username usually your email address and password on the TV screen so no code required, most services give you the choice use your remote to enter details or via a browser connected to the same WIFI network both devices must be on the same network to use the browser method See less When you go to sign in to your Amazon account you can either use your browser on your phone or other device and you will be presented on the TV screen with the code to enter into the Web page you are directed to or you can choose to use the remote and enter your Username usually your email address and password on the TV screen so no code required, most services give you the choice use your remote to enter details or via a browser connected to the same WIFI network both devices must be on the same network to use the browser method
Terence Fox
· 11 May 2021