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dont know the answer tho that
dadfa
· 29 December 2018
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Hi, To my knowledge HBO is not available in Aussie as GOT is a Foxtel program here, so I would say no, cheers
Paul
· 26 December 2018
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If it has a HDMI port. It should work.
Garry Cross
· 1 April 2019
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As the 4K version is not available via Amazon Australia and Amazon.com won't ship the item to here, (I don't know the reason why as I tried to order one myself), I can't honestly answer the question, but in theory, if it supports 4K and you have a 4K TV, it should work, sorry can't be more helpful.
Lee Ginty
· 20 February 2019
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I don't know what that is but doesn't come up on the screen when fire stick is on sorry
Jannie
· 5 May 2019
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1 metre
rassa5
· 25 December 2018
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It is an advantage of the Fire stick that you don't need to use your phone to control it.
However, I have discovered that you can control the Fire stick YouTube app using the 'cast' feature from an Android phone.
That can be useful, because the Android app has additional features such as the ability to queue up items… see more
It is an advantage of the Fire stick that you don't need to use your phone to control it.
However, I have discovered that you can control the Fire stick YouTube app using the 'cast' feature from an Android phone.
That can be useful, because the Android app has additional features such as the ability to queue up items to view. See less
It is an advantage of the Fire stick that you don't need to use your phone to control it.
However, I have discovered that you can control the Fire stick YouTube app using the 'cast' feature from an Android phone.
That can be useful, because the Android app has additional features such as the ability to queue up items to view.

Rodney B
· 19 January 2019
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I'm assumimg you are streaming from the Amazon Prime app on your PC to your TV. In this instance, the pause & restart feature is totally dependent on your PC, as the PC is the source of the stream - this is your TV accepting the stream & has nothing to do with the seperate Fire TV stick.
If in fact you are actually us… see more
I'm assumimg you are streaming from the Amazon Prime app on your PC to your TV. In this instance, the pause & restart feature is totally dependent on your PC, as the PC is the source of the stream - this is your TV accepting the stream & has nothing to do with the seperate Fire TV stick.
If in fact you are actually using the Amazon Fire TV stick that plugs directly into your TV's HDMI port, this device is its own streaming device - you don't stream to it, it connects & streams itself & you utilise the remote that comes with it in order to control what you are watching. In this instance, whenever you stop watching a programe, it remembers where you are up to & resumes at that same spot, the next time you access the program. See less
I'm assumimg you are streaming from the Amazon Prime app on your PC to your TV. In this instance, the pause & restart feature is totally dependent on your PC, as the PC is the source of the stream - this is your TV accepting the stream & has nothing to do with the seperate Fire TV stick.
If in fact you are actually using the Amazon Fire TV stick that plugs directly into your TV's HDMI port, this device is its own streaming device - you don't stream to it, it connects & streams itself & you utilise the remote that comes with it in order to control what you are watching. In this instance, whenever you stop watching a programe, it remembers where you are up to & resumes at that same spot, the next time you access the program.

Steve K
· 24 June 2019
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no
Pistolpete
· 23 January 2019
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Unknown sorry.
Andrew P.
· 21 April 2019