Thanks to the emergence and popularity of the Google Chromecast, many competitors have started popping up in the dongle based media player space with the latest one being the Amazon FireTV Stick.
The great thing about the FireTV Stick is that all of the major players are represented including Netflix, Amazon, ESPN, Hulu, Crackle and Pandora.
Additionally, the FireTV Stick actually comes with its own remote, unlike the Google Chromecast which requires you to use your handphone.
The best part about the remote? Like many current generation media player remote controls, it uses RF as opposed to infra-red. What this means is that you won’t have to worry about pointing your remote to the FireTV Stick to control it.
Besides that, like the Chromecast, it also supports Smartphones as an additional method to control the device. What makes the smartphone app even better than the physical remote control is that it comes with voice operation support completely free of charge.
Since the steps to set up the DNS on the Amazon FireTV Stick is the exact same for Amazon Fire TV, you can follow the step by step instructions for both devices here:
How to set DNS on Amazon Fire TV
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