Easy Steps to Hack Your Amazon Fire TV Stick Without a Computer
Follow our latest version to hack your Fire TV Stick. You can download and install Kodi in minutes.
The following directions show you how to hack a Fire TV Stick and install the latest Matrix 19, Kodi Leia 18, Krypton 17 or Jarvis 16, so you can watch free movies and cable TV.
This is the easiest and fastest way to download and install Kodi on your Fire TV Stick without having to use a computer. The only thing you’ll need is a free HDMI port to plug in your fire tv stick. Because of that, you actually don’t even have to hack or root your system in order to install Kodi. This way, there is absolutely no risk of bricking your Amazon streaming device, making it easy to watch online TV shows!
You’ll need to change two system settings and download ES File Explorer app (free) to your Fire TV Stick. Follow these super simple steps to have Kodi installed in minutes.
Hack Your Fire TV Stick and Install Kodi 16 Jarvis, Krypton 17, Leia 18, Matrix 19
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Step 2: Change Your Fire TV Stick System Settings
On your Fire TV or Fire TV Stick, navigate to Settings>System>Developer Options
Turn On ADB Debugging and Apps From Unknown Sources. This will enable your Fire TV Stick to install Kodi.
Step 3: Install ES File Explorer
From your Fire TV’s main menu, Search for the app ES File Explorer and install it. Please note, you must type in the whole name “ES File Explorer” and hit search to find the app. it does not show up in Amazon’s suggested search terms.
Open ES File Explorer and on the left side, click Tools to open that menu. Now select Download Manager.
On the bottom of the screen Select the + New button and when the window pops-up type in http://kodi.tv/download name it Kodi Jarvis or whatever Kodi version you want and then click Add.
Select Kodi from the bottom left side of the screen.
Step 4: Installing Kodi to the Fire TV Stick
The Kodi Download page will open and show all of the available devices your can download Kodi software for. Select the Android APK Installer.
Kodi will start to download to your Fire TV Stick. Wait until it completes before continuing.
When Kodi finishes downloading to your Fire TV Stick, you will see a success window. When that open, select Open File to continue.
On the next step, select Install to continue with the Kodi installation.
If you are updating an older version of Kodi, you will see another window confirming the updated application. Click Install on this screen as well.
Once Kodi has installed, click Open and Kodi will prepare to run for the first time on your system. This may take a moment, but once complete, Kodi will load faster the next time you open it.
Kodi is now installed on your Amazon Fire TV or Firetick. To launch it from your Amazon home screen, navigate down to System>Manage Applications scroll down and select Kodi and then click Launch.
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