To enable 4K content on the Amazon Fire TV, you will need to make sure that your Fire TV is compatible with 4K, and that your TV also supports 4K. You will also need to make sure that you have a high-speed internet connection.
To check if your Fire TV is compatible with 4K, go to Settings > Device > About. Under Model Name, you will see the model number of your Fire TV. If the model number starts with “AFT”, then your Fire TV is compatible with 4K.
To check if your TV supports 4K, look for the “4K Ultra HD” logo on the back of your TV. If you see this logo, then your TV supports 4K.
To check if your internet connection is fast enough for 4K streaming, go to Settings > Network. Under Speed Test, you can run a speed test to see how fast your internet connection is. For 4K streaming, you will need an internet connection with at least 15 Mbps download speed.
Once you have confirmed that your Fire TV, TV, and internet connection are all compatible with 4K, you can follow these steps to enable 4K content on your Fire TV:
- Go to Settings > Display & Sounds.
- Select Display.
- Select Video Resolution.
- Set the Video Resolution to Auto.
If you have a 4K TV, your Fire TV will automatically switch to 4K resolution when you play a 4K video.
Here are some additional things to keep in mind when watching 4K content on your Fire TV:
- 4K content requires a high-speed internet connection.
- 4K content may not be available for all apps.
- 4K content may use more data than standard definition content.
I hope this helps! Let me know if you have any other questions.