I am experiencing buffering. What can I do to fix it?

If you have a good internet connection with at least 25 MBPS, you should not experience buffering.  Here are some steps you can take if you do:

  1. Test your internet speed on the device you are using to make sure you are getting the proper speed on your device.  Open a browser window and go to http://fast.com.  You can also download a Speed Test app from the app store to use as well.
  2. Reset your router by clicking the reset button or unplugging for 30 seconds.
  3. Click LIVE TV, then click the 3 dots in the upper right corner and then click REFRESH CHANNELS.
  4. If you are using a Fire Stick, try restarting it by going ot SETTINGS/MY FIRE TV/RESTART.

Change Your DNS Settings On Your Firestick

Get better internet browsing and streaming experience with this simple Fire Stick, fire tv hack, enjoy better , faster and more secure internet and streaming on your amazon fire stick. In this fire stick tutorial I show you how to unleash better internet speeds and better streaming simply by changing the DNS to Cloudflare! Cloudflare introduced DNS to compete with Googles and the results made my firestick happy. More reliable access to streaming websites and APK's 

Step 1: Go to SETTINGS / MY FIRE TV (Device) / ABOUT / NETWORK and save all of this information   

Step 2: Go to network and select join network, and use the information copied in step 1 except now we change the DNS to and and you should now experience a more stable internet connection with your fire tv device  


How To Speed Up Your Amazon Firestick

Should I Upgrade My Router?

First and foremost: are you experiencing frequent symptoms of an under-powered or overwhelmed router? If you can't get a Wi-Fi signal everywhere in your home (and have considered getting a Wi-Fi extender or a second router), that's a good indicator you're a good candidate for an upgrade. If you frequently have network-related congestion issues, like slow web page loading or stuttering and buffering video playback, that can't be chalked up to a slow broadband connection then it's a good sign that your router isn't up to the task of serving everyone in your household.

Second, was the router a freebie? If it was supplied by your ISP (whether as a router/modem combo or a stand-alone unit) there's a good chance it's not up to snuff. ISPs aren't in the business of handing out extremely high quality routers, and generally speaking most modem/router combination units are junk.

Even if you aren't noticing problems, you should also consider the age of your router, too–both in terms of the actual age of your physical device and the age of the particular model. You might have bought the router two years ago, but if the model itself is from 5 or more years ago, there's a good chance that you're playing with outdated router tech and could benefit greatly from upgrading. If you're still using a single radio/band Wireless-G router from 2010 or before, for example, you're essentially using a bicycle when you could be using a spaceship.