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No, sadly. As i understand it Amazon aus hasn't brought it here from the US. But google home does. Yes, I am a bit dirty on Amazon. Neil
Amazon Customer
· 19 December 2018
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I haven't actually searched for any Japanese programs (subtitled or otherwise) but there are so many apps available to download (for free) that i would assume something in Japanese would be available.
Steve K
· 4 December 2018
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You might want to read this article...
https://www.firesticktricks.com/terrarium-fire-stick.html

Lee Ginty
· 10 March 2019
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You should be able to. As it is the same as connecting to any other wifi.
Curtis de la Harpe
· 27 February 2019
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Interesting question. I am assuming that if I buy a firestick, I can use it for as long as I like (IE until the technology becomes redundant) It is an android device with limited apps in the Amazon app store. You can load additional apps like Kodi, which I use to stream videos from my PC. If you want to watch any of th… see more Interesting question. I am assuming that if I buy a firestick, I can use it for as long as I like (IE until the technology becomes redundant) It is an android device with limited apps in the Amazon app store. You can load additional apps like Kodi, which I use to stream videos from my PC. If you want to watch any of the Amazon content such as Prime or Amazon Music, you can only use that as long as you continue to pay your subscription. I have a current subscription, but I assume that if I do not continue with that subscription, I can continue to use the android device (firestick) as long as I like. See less Interesting question. I am assuming that if I buy a firestick, I can use it for as long as I like (IE until the technology becomes redundant) It is an android device with limited apps in the Amazon app store. You can load additional apps like Kodi, which I use to stream videos from my PC. If you want to watch any of the Amazon content such as Prime or Amazon Music, you can only use that as long as you continue to pay your subscription. I have a current subscription, but I assume that if I do not continue with that subscription, I can continue to use the android device (firestick) as long as I like.
Tony B.
· 25 February 2019
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Needs HDMI port
Venkat M.
· 29 December 2018
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Yes
P
· 31 March 2019
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Yes firestick connects to the wifi as well. No need to worry about that.
Hyder Khan
· 7 February 2019
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You can subscribe to IXQtv which gives access to more that 5000 HD TV Channels which includes NBA and ESPN. More info @WatchAwesomeTV.com
David N.
· 18 April 2019
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No idea
Garry Cross
· 27 February 2019