For any kind of hacks with Fire TV, you will have to find Amazon Fire TV IP address on your network. Apps such as adbFire that enable sideloading apps on AFTV require knowing IP address of Fire TV. We have discussed installing Kodi on Fire TV, creating Kodi homescreen shortcut, and more. All these guides require connecting your Fire TV through adbFire application. While we briefly show how to find Amazon Fire TV IP address, some new users were lost. Hopefully this detailed step-by-step guide helps those struggling to determine Fire TV IP address. [Read: Amazon Fire TV 2014 vs Fire TV 2015: Why Gen 1 is better]
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Find Amazon Fire TV IP Address
Locating network IP address of your Fire TV is a simple 3 step process. For those who do not know, when your Fire TV connects to internet, your router assigns a local network IP address to it. This is a unique address for your Fire TV within your local network and typically in the form
192.168.X.X, where X can be any number from 0 to 255. [Read: 5 Must try Kodi skins for Amazon Fire TV]
1. Open System Settings
On homescreen, scroll down and click on
Settings. Then scroll-right and click on
2. Open Fire TV About Screen
In the window that opens, scroll down and select
3. Open Network Information
Finally, scroll down and highlight
Network. Your network information, including Fire TV’s IP address should be displayed on the right. To find Amazon Fire TV IP address, look for a number that starts with
192.168 as shown in the picture below.
You can use the same method locate Amazon Fire Stick IP address as well. Note down the IP address of AFTV for any hacks that involve connecting your Fire TV through adb.