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* Amazon Fire TV does not have built-in VPN or MediaStreamer DNS functionality. In order to use ExpressVPN on your Amazon Fire TV, you need to connect your Amazon Fire TV to a VPN-enabled virtual router or router. This tutorial will teach you how to do that.
Note: If you want your Amazon Fire TV streaming media player to stream content from a specific country, then use the same country for your VPN server address and your Amazon Country Settings
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Set up your VPN-enabled virtual router or router
Note: Choose a VPN server address that matches the regional Amazon catalog you want to access.
Set up a VPN-enabled virtual router
To set up a VPN-enabled virtual router on your Windows PC or Mac, please use these tutorials:
Set up a VPN on your VPN-enabled router
To set up a VPN on your router, please refer to the Routers section in the tutorials index.
Make sure your Country Settings are correctly set
Set your country according to the content you want to access
Sign in to your account on https://www.amazon.com/.
Go to Your Account > Digital Content > Manage Your Content and Devices > Settings > Country Settings.
Set your address according to the Amazon catalog you want to access. This should match the server address you used earlier in the tutorial.
Click Update to save your changes.
Set up 1-Click for buying movies
Go to Your Account > Settings > 1-Click Settings.
If you want to purchase movies from Amazon Instant Video, make sure the address in your 1-Click Settings matches your Country Settings.
Connect your Amazon Fire TV to your virtual router or router
On your Amazon Fire TV menu, select Settings.
Select System > Network.
Select the name of the virtual router or router that you set up in earlier. (We named ours ExpressVPN.)
Enter the network password for your virtual router or router, then select Connect.