Turn off Amazon Prime Video Auto Play
For TV shows, when you finish an episode, the next one starts. If you don't want your account to start the next video automatically, follow these instructions from a web browser while logged into your Amazon account:
- Click on Playback
- Under “Auto Play”, chose “Off”
Adjust YouTube TV Video Quality
While watching a channel in the YouTube TV App: Press Down on the remote 2 times Press Left to get to the left of the three vertical dots (it will say Auto, or HD, or SD) Press Down then go over to the Video Quality option (try 720 first) and press ...
Cancelling Subscriptions on Amazon Prime
Maybe you started a trial subscription and you've decided you don't want that channel. Maybe you've taken advantage of the freedom that comes with cord-cutting: you started a subscription to watch a series, you've finished that series and now you ...
Turn off Autoplay for the Featured Content on the Fire TV
On the Fire TV, when navigating down to the app tiles, the first "row" you navigate to before getting to the apps is Amazon's "Featured Content" banner. This is used to advertise new shows on Prime Video as well as paid advertisements for other ...
Contact Amazon Support for Amazon Fire TV and Recast DVR
We always recommend Rebooting your Fire TV and Recast first, this is easy and fixes 90% of problems. We do NOT recommend resetting your Amazon Fire TV or Amazon Recast DVR, as this is the last resort and will wipe out all of your login info and ...
Update billing information with Amazon, Netflix, YouTube TV, Sling
If you are unable to watch paid programming from Amazon Prime Video, Netflix, YouTube TV, or Sling, you may need to update your credit card information with the individual providers. freeTVee is not able to update your billing information as your ...