This post will show you how to install Kodi 20 Nexus on Fire TV Stick 4k Max to enhance your streaming experience with the world’s best media center.
The Amazon Fire TV Stick 4k Max is a valuable accessory for any Smart TV, effortlessly transforming any conventional TV into a smart TV and allowing you to stream various media content directly from your phone.
With its affordable price, the 4k version offers a powerful multimedia center, and the best part is that you can easily install Kodi on it.
In this way, you can maximize your Smart TV’s potential by pairing it with the ultimate multimedia content service on the market – Kodi. With an extensive catalog of add-ons, Kodi is the top ally for your viewing needs.
Enhance your experience even further with the Amazon Fire TV Stick 4k Max, a powerful and affordable player that offers versatility in a compact size.
How to install Kodi on an Amazon Fire TV Stick?
There are various ways to use this service on your dongle from the popular online retailer. We have found the easiest method to install Kodi on an Amazon Fire TV Stick Max. We mean to streamline the process and ensure that your Firestick device remains safe and stable while using Kodi on this gadget.
Remember that Kodi transforms any device into a comprehensive multimedia hub. Enjoy seamless content management, TV viewing, and easy access to your favorite movies and TV shows. Organize your library, keep track of playback points, and subtitle management, all in one place.
Don’t you think that’s enough? Well, as an open-source platform, there are various add-ons available from third-party developers to enhance the functionality of this comprehensive tool. These add-ons provide access to IPTV channels, Spotify, and even Netflix, all within a single application.
Now that it is clear that installing Kodi on your Amazon Fire TV Stick 4k Max is a sure hit, let’s see the steps to follow.
But first, you’ll need to prepare your Fire TV Stick to allow for the installation of applications from unknown sources. No worries, this just means sources other than the Amazon Store.
Disclaimer: Installing Kodi may void your warranty and expose you to legal risks if you stream copyrighted content without permission. You are responsible for your own actions and we do not condone or encourage any illegal activity.
Install the Downloader app
First, install Downloader from Amazon’s Appstore onto your device. You can find it by simply searching for “Downloader” on your Fire TV Stick AppStore.
From your Firestick the Home screen, press on FIND then Search
After clicking on the search box, an on-screen keyboard will appear. Search for the “Downloader app”
Select Downloader app from appeared search results
Tap on Download.
Wait for the app to finish installing
Once the app installed, click Open to launch Downloader
A prompt will come up asking you to allow downloader to access your device. Click on Allow.
If there is any new update for the Downloader app, it will prompt you, so click OK.
Enable installation from unknown sources for the Downloader app
Before you can install Kodi using the Downloader app, you need to enable installation from unknown sources for this app. This will allow it to download and install APK files from any website.
To do this, go to your Fire TV Stick settings by clicking on the gear icon at the top right corner of the home screen.
Scroll down and select My Fire TV Click on it.
Select Developer options.
- If Developer options doesn’t appear on this menu, this is how to activate it
There you will see two options: ADB debugging and Apps from Unknown Sources. Make sure both are turned ON
- If you are using an older version, find “Apps from Unknown sources” and turn it ON to enable it.
Find the Downloader App from the list and turn it ON.
Once this small step is completed we can easily install Kodi.
Download Kodi using the Downloader app
Now that you have enabled installation from unknown sources for the Downloader app, you can use it to download Kodi on your Fire TV Stick 4K Max.
Then open the Downloader app navigate to the Downloads page of the Kodi official website using this URL: kodi.tv/download
Within downloads, we must click on Android …
… and once inside Android download the 32bit ARMv7 version, do not download the 64bit version because it will not work.
Once downloaded we can install it from the same Downloader application.
Install Kodi using the Downloader app
Once the download file is finished, it will automatically ask you for installation.
Press down a few times on your remote to select the “Install” button at the bottom right of the screen .
Wait for a few seconds until Kodi is installed on your device.
Then click on “Done” when prompted.
You can now delete the downloaded file by selecting “Delete” twice when asked. This will free up some space on your device.
Enjoy Kodi on your Fire TV Stick 4K Max
Once installed, we can access Kodi 20 Nexus and start the configuration of what is undoubtedly one of the best media players on the market for over 10 years.
To fully optimize your Kodi experience, it’s important to configure some basic settings. Start by adjusting the time and date settings to match your time zone.
Next, make sure to select the correct resolution for your TV, depending on whether it supports 4k or only 1080p. An often-overlooked option is adjusting the refresh rate to match the fps of the content being viewed.
Don’t forget to adjust the sound settings as well, specifying the number of speakers and outputs supported and enabling passthrough if you have external audio equipment.
With these easy steps, you’ll be ready to enjoy all the content available on your Fire TV Stick 4k Max, whether it’s on your internal network or a connected hard drive.