Alexa Voice Remote
Standard Navigation And Playback Controls, Power And Volume Controls, Compatible Fire Tv Device
Analysis of 3k+ reviews for Alexa Voice Remote
BestViewsReviews analyzed 80,355 reviews for 26 products in the Firesticks category.
We analyzed a total of 3,112 reviews for this product out of which, 2065 reviews were received in the last 6 months.
The analysis indicates that around 67% reviews were positive while around 28% of reviews had negative sentiment.
BestViewsReviews Ranking and Score for Alexa Voice Remote
This product received a total score of 8.33 out of 10, based on review sentiments and user opinions related to 10 features:
What users have to say about Alexa Voice Remote
The older style remote that can't power on your TV or adjust the volume isn't good for streaming movies or TV shows, so I got the new Fire TV Stick 4Ks and fell in love with it.
I would recommend un-pairing the old remote from your Fire TV and just keeping it as a spare if you need it, as you wont be able to control these inputs, just change to them.
The TV power has worked well, but the volume controls are useless as the cheap brand of audio adapter we have, so my dad has to use the flashlight on his phone to find where the buttons are.
It was that file that was installed, and the person at Amazon Fire TV Support helped with the issue.
I didn't expect it to have a single button to turn on my TV and my receiver, switch to input, or even walk you through all of the steps to watch TV.
I don't know if there are instructions to pair it with a TV.
I bought the new remote to get the power and volume controls on the 2nd generation Fire TV stick. But it did not work with the narrow folded booklet.
Is it compatible with the NVidia Shield?
When using the nvidia shield, you will need a remote to pair it with.
The product description seems to suggest that it is compatible with the 2nd generation fire tv stick with voice remote.Are they compatible with the new fire tv stick with alexa voice remote?
It's compatible with the 2nd generation fire stick, but not the 2nd generation fire tv.
Is it possible for Echo to turn TV on and off once you have the remote set up?
You would need a smart outlet, plug your tv in that, link the outlet to Amazon, and she can turn off/on the outlet to turn off your tv or lamp.
Is it compatible with the toshiba afire tv 4k?
I don't know, but if I'm reading it right, it's compatible with the 4K.