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Waylon Reed
Waylon Reed


The Amazon Fire TV Stick offers a whole lot of streaming services in a rather affordable package. However, the true beauty of the Fire Stick is its ability to run Android apps that aren't available in Amazon's Appstore. FileLinked(Opens in a new window) is a popular tool that makes downloading those apps easy.

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There are many ways to install non-Appstore apps on the Fire Stick. In fact, you'll use one of them to install FileLinked in this tutorial. That may seem redundant, but once you have FileLinked on your Fire Stick, downloading other apps becomes a lot easier.

That's because downloading apps from outside the Appstore usually requires you to visit a web page or type a long URL that links to the installer. If you're on a computer or a phone, that's fine, because those devices were designed to browse the web and download files. Your TV, on the other hand, was not.

However, this comes with a caveat: anyone can create a FileLinked code for any URL, so as with any file sharing service, there's a possibility of downloading malware. Only use FileLinked codes from developers or friends that you trust, and if you're going to stream movies and shows through less-than-official apps, you may want to use a VPN to hide your activity from those that might track you.

For example, let's say I'd like to download Kodi, a library-focused media player that allows me to watch my own Blu-ray rips or stream from a number of different services. I could use Downloader and grab the installer from Kodi's web site...or I could just open FileLinked and type in the code 56975628, which links to the latest version of the Kodi installer at the time of this writing. (I know this because I created the FileLinked code myself.)

To download the file, head to your Apps list on the Fire TV and open FileLinked. From the main menu, just type 56975628 into the box, click Continue, and it will download Kodi's APK file, allowing you to install it just like you did FileLinked earlier. That's a lot easier than using Downloader with long URLs, isn't it?

Before installing an APK on your Android device, consider enabling an app scanning feature by Google Play Protect. It fishes out potentially harmful apps, by scanning them before download, and those already installed on your device. 041b061a72


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