To get started in
using HockeyTV on your Amazon device, you will first need to install the
app. To install the HockeyTV app on your Amazon Fire TV, you will first
need to access the Home Screen. Click left on your remote to bring up the
search page. Here you can search for the HockeyTV app. Once you locate the
HockeyTV app, click on it and select Get. After
selecting Get, the HockeyTV app will start downloading and installing. Once
the install is complete, you can either select open or go back to the Home Screen to find the HockeyTV app. Launch the Amazon App store from your device.
Then tap My Apps and your HockeyTV app will appear here. Click and enjoy!
Amazon Fire TV App Troubleshooting
If you are having trouble logging in to the HockeyTV app on your Amazon Fire TV device, you may need to reset your password. Certain password symbols are incompatible with the app for your Amazon Fire TV devices. If you have the symbols “!, %, #, or ...
Amazon Fire TV App Navigation
On the Home Screen of your Amazon Fire TV, select the HockeyTV app and open it. You will then be prompted to Sign In or Sign Up. If you do not have a HockeyTV account already you will need to visit www.HockeyTV.com and to create HockeyTV account. For ...
Amazon Fire TV Tips for Best Performance
Amazon Fire TV device performance issues can take the form of: Lagging App crashes Reduced video quality Lower frame rate Slow motion video Out-of-sync sound Long buffering time Many of these tweaks will make a minuscule impact on their own, but ...
Download the HockeyTV app on one of the following devices: Roku: For system setup, see Roku Setup HERE. Amazon Fire TV: For system setup, see Amazon setup HERE. For system requirements, see Fire TV specs HERE. Apple TV (4th Generation or Higher): For ...
Smart TVs - Unsupported Device
Although Smart TVs are convenient, we do not officially support Smart TVs to access our platform. HockeyTV is incompatible with Smart TVs as they have limited features compared to the flexibility you have on most PC web browsers/other supported ...