Assume you have many applications installed on your Amazon Fire TV Stick and want to remove or uninstall some of them. In that case, this risewindows article can help you walk through the process. Because the Amazon Fire TV Stick only has 8GB of storage space, you may want to free up space for other applications or if it is not functioning correctly.
You can use this method to uninstall an Amazon Fire TV Stick application to free up some space and get your device back up and running like new. Aside from uninstalling the app, you will also learn how to clear an app’s cache. You can also use this method to uninstall applications from Amazon Fire TV Cube, FireStick Lite, and FireStick 4K.
How to Delete Applications from Amazon Fire TV Stick?
To uninstall or delete apps from your Firestick, use the following steps:-
Step 1. First, launch your Fire Stick and select Settings (gear icon) from the top menu.
Step 2. Then, scroll through and click the Applications. Step 3. Next, select Manage Installed Applications. Here, you can also view how much internal storage you have left on the right side. Step 4. Choose an application you want to uninstall under the “Manage Installed Applications” screen. Step 5. Then, scroll down and select Uninstall. Step 6. You will be informed that you’re about to uninstall an app and lose app data when you do. Select Uninstall. Once you complete the above steps, the selected application is uninstalled from your Amazon Fire TV Stick.
How to Clear Cache on Amazon Fire TV Stick?
If an app is not working as expected, you should try removing the cache. To clear or remove the cache on Amazon Fire TV Stick, use the following steps:-
Step 1. At first, open Fire Stick and select Settings (gear icon) from the top menu. Step 2. Then, choose Applications. Step 3. Next, select Manage Installed Applications. Step 4. Under the “Manage Installed Applications” screen, select an application you want to clear the cache. Step 5. Finally, pick Clear cache.
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