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 In this article, we have discussed how you can access Amazon Fire Stick on a non-smart TV. If you are still using the 1080p TV that you bought back in 2010 and aren’t ready to upgrade to a newer television yet, you need to go through this article to find out how you can connect your Amazon Fire Stick to your older generation TV.

The current generation TVs come with built-in apps to let you experience better services. However, it is completely fine to have a TV that doesn’t offer apps, and you don’t have to go out and purchase a newer TV. You can instead pick as low as $29 Fire TV Sticks for your TV and add various apps, on-demand video rentals, and games to your TV directly from the company. You can easily set up Amazon Fire Stick on your older television. For that purpose, we have mentioned below the steps you can follow to accomplish the task. Meanwhile, you can go for any of the three versions of Fire Stick. Follow the below-mentioned instructions when you have access to a Fire Stick.

How to Set Up Your Fire Stick?

Setting up a Fire Stick is easy, but before that, you need to ensure your TV is built with at least one HDMI input. You may not find an HDMI port on the TVs that are way older than the modern displays.

Once you have checked for the HDMI port, you will need a wireless internet connection, and further, you need to insert the batteries in your Amazon Fire TV Remote and follow the steps mentioned below to set it up.

  1. First, you need to connect your Fire TV Stick to a power supply. Start by connecting your Fire Stick to power.
  2. Then your Fire TV Stick needs to be connected to the HDMI port available on the backside of your TV. You can use an extension cable if it doesn’t fit.
  3. Now use your TV remote, and choose the input matching the HDMI port in which you have plugged your Fire Stick.
  4. Once the display has been selected, a Fire Stick bootup will appear when you start the device.
  5. In case the remote doesn’t pair up automatically, long-press the hold button so that your remote and the Fire Stick may sync.
  6. You need to then proceed further with the instructions appearing on your screen to connect the Fire TV Stick with your home Wi-Fi.
  7. Now, register the Fire TV Stick with your Amazon account.
  8. Once you are on the home screen, you can go through the various setup menus related to the installation of the applications like HBO Max, Hulu, Netflix, and Disney+, and more.

So, these were the steps with which you can use your Amazon Fire TV Stick Make on a non-smart TV. The method described here will provide a new life to your older TV, and you will then easily be able to stream videos on it.

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