Are you struggling to get your Fire TV remote paired with the Fire TV cube? We have jotted down some quick fixes for the Fire TV not pairing with the Fire TV Cube problem in this article. Keep reading to know.
Fire TV Cube is a hands-free way to stream your favorite content. It is a compact, cube-shaped streaming device by Amazon that is voice-enabled. With built-in Alexa, the Fire TV Cube can be controlled with both remote and voice commands. The Fire TV Cube can be plugged into your TV through an HDMI port. You will be able to switch on your TV and perform all Alexa-compatible actions with your voice. But, if you have been struggling to connect your Fire TV remote with your Fire TV Cube, do not worry. Follow the fixes mentioned in this article and get your Fire TV remote paired with the Fire TV Cube.
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How to fix Fire TV remote not Pairing with Fire TV cube:
Check whether your Fire TV Cube’s firmware and software are up to date. To check this, go to- Settings > My Fire TV > About. If there’s an update available, download and apply it.
2) Unpair and re-pair the Fire TV remote –
Unpair your Fire TV remote from the Fire TV Cube and try to re-pair it. This may help detect your remote.
3) Check the number of connected devices –
If you have a lot of devices paired to your Fire TV cube, figure out the exact number. The Fire TV Cube only supports up to 7 devices at a time. So, you might have to unpair a few devices before trying to pair the Fire TV remote.
4) Reset your Fire TV remote –
To do so, press and hold the left button, Menu button, and back button on your remote together for 12 seconds. Now, release the buttons and take out the batteries. Wait for a few seconds and put the batteries back in. Press the Home button.
Now, try pairing your Fire TV Cube with your Fire TV remote again.
The second-generation Fire TV Cube is a recent release – bugs and glitches aren’t a surprise. The pairing issue you are facing may be unsolvable for the time being. If you have a 3rd generation Fire TV remote, know that users have been blaming the remote firmware for this issue. So, if you have the latest model of both the Fire TV remote and Fire TV Cube, you may have to wait for a firmware update that solves the issue.
You can also contact the official Amazon Support for assistance.