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  • Amazon FireTv and Firesticks

    I got turned onto these things about a year ago and self taught myself to program them to get every single movie and TV show there is, and not a sports game you cannot watch no matter what sport you want. All 4 major sports, soccer, ping pong, UFC and Boxing PPV. NFL RedZone. Golf....you name it. I buy them from Amazon and can have them programmed and shipped within a week. And I don't charge an arm and a leg for what you get. Just sold another today and thought I would post this in time for the football season so if you have not called or been renewed for NFL Sunday Ticket you can save yourself a few bucks. The movies alone are worth the price 10 times over. I supply 2 pages of notes on how the get the most out of it as well as the apps you can use to watch anything you want to watch for free. These sticks and boxes are 100% legal as all you are doing is being guided to sites that offer the content. The content providers are who they want. Not someone showing you where to go to watch it.

    Firesticks cost me $40 on Amazon and I charge another $60 to program them.
    Fireboxes are $100 and I want $50 to program one of those.

    I reccomend the box over the sticks as they have a UsB port to add a hard drive or any extras you make want to add like a mouse and/or keyboard but you really don't these this. They have a big bigger drive so they just run smoother for everyday use. Trust me it's worth the extra $50 to go this route. But I personally have 4 sticks in my house and only one box and I don't have any issues running the sticks everyday.

    $100 for a stick
    $150 for a box.

    Ill even help you in a phone call if you are having problems getting started.

    Amazon can't keep these things on the shelf but the hard part is the programming that I provide.

    Contact me through PM if you have any interest. Thanks.

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    This is GREAT NEWS! I'm doing something similar.

    I am charging $499.00 for my early-bird pro and college football picks package. I handicap the games and you just sit back and make money. It is tougher to handicap the NFL, but I know people also need help with NCAA football.

    Send me a PM if interested.


    Dave "The MeatMan" Scandaliao

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      Re: Amazon FireTv and Fire sticks

      uh oh

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        Re: Amazon FireTv and Fire sticks

        Originally posted by Blackcloud View Post
        uh oh
        Uh oh what?

        This is GREAT NEWS.

        Bushay programs the Firestick so you can watch all the football games and I will do the handicapping.

        Maybe me and Bushay could get together and offer EOG posters a 15% discount if they purchase both of our services?


        Dave "The MeatMan" Scandaliato

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            ManUK, u ever watch the show "Special One TV"?

            That might be the funniest show ever. "The fox in the box."

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              Re: Amazon FireTv and Firesticks

              one time programming? how long will it last?

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                Originally posted by focker View Post
                one time programming? how long will it last?
                Apps come and go sometimes. I put 3 main ones on the front page to view 1) movies and TV. It's the Genesis app. 2) network stations. (Ustvnow app) You get 6-7 networks. Abc, Nbc,Cbs, Fox, CW, And PBS. With this app you really don't need to hang a paper antennae in your window as a lot of cord cutters do. They most likely won't be your local networks....but you will see the same content for the most part. 3) The SportsDevil app. This one gets you every game on the planet. If any of these 3 go out or need an update, I'll be here to walk you through it. But the system automatically updates the apps so you don't need to do anything for the most part.

                Box comes with at least 10 or more apps to play with and look for content of interest. But if you start just using these 3 apps......you can expand your horizons once your comfortable with the 3. I've never made a YouTube video but if I can, I'll show you the entire process in a video later.

                My my 11 year old grandson uses it everyday without a hitch.

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                  Re: Amazon FireTv and Firesticks

                  does it run via WIIFII from your home (or hotel) WIIFII and is connected into your TV (like an XBOX is? or like direct TV connection is?)

                  what is the basics of the connection from internet to your TV. what connections (firm are needed). do you need a WIIFII internet TV? or any type TV with the right connections in back?

                  (I have used google Chrome stick before and watched from my laptop netflix so I get the basic concept of that system). is this a lot like that?

                  interesting stuff Bushy

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                    Re: Amazon FireTv and Firesticks

                    Originally posted by ChuckyG View Post
                    ManUK, u ever watch the show "Special One TV"?

                    That might be the funniest show ever. "The fox in the box."
                    No mate,but I know what it is.A puppet Mourinho


                    What Bushay is giving you here is very good for the $$,especially if you aint very clued up with IPTV etc

                    I think you can install KODI on an Xbox Busher ? I spent a few hours one day running it on my pc ,works good.
                    That was at least a year ago so its probably even better now.

                    There is a substantial delay between pictures and real time if you are watching "live" sport but given you can only bet inplay during TO`s/HT etc it doesnt matter

                    good deal here boys,saves you doing a lot of messing around

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                      Re: Amazon FireTv and Firesticks

                      Originally posted by trytrytry View Post
                      does it run via WIIFII from your home (or hotel) WIIFII and is connected into your TV (like an XBOX is? or like direct TV connection is?)

                      what is the basics of the connection from internet to your TV. what connections (firm are needed). do you need a WIIFII internet TV? or any type TV with the right connections in back?

                      (I have used google Chrome stick before and watched from my laptop netflix so I get the basic concept of that system). is this a lot like that?

                      interesting stuff Bushy
                      You just shoove it in a USB port on the back of your Tv,then connect the stick to your home wifi

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                        Re: Amazon FireTv and Firesticks

                        Originally posted by trytrytry View Post
                        does it run via WIIFII from your home (or hotel) WIIFII and is connected into your TV (like an XBOX is? or like direct TV connection is?)

                        what is the basics of the connection from internet to your TV. what connections (firm are needed). do you need a WIIFII internet TV? or any type TV with the right connections in back?

                        (I have used google Chrome stick before and watched from my laptop netflix so I get the basic concept of that system). is this a lot like that?

                        interesting stuff Bushy
                        All you need is a wifi connect try3. Nothing more. You hook it up like any Xbox or addon you would add to a normal tv. Then put in on the correct input setting. You WILL need at least one HDMI slot in the back of your tv though. Although I have heard rumors there's something you can buy to make it work but if you don't have one I can't say with conviction you won't have any issue going that route. My hunch is you have a HD TV! Lol.

                        in your case You will get the "at the races" channel from Europe. But I've yet to see the TVG channel but that doesn't mean it's not available. Guys sell sports apps you can download and subscribe to for around the $10 a month and claim 1080 hi def with zero buffering. I'm a member of one now on a trial basis. I'm sure one of them offer TVG. You also get the mLB channel, NBA channel, NHL channel, all the ESPNs and damn near anything else you can think of.

                        There is some buffering at times but I was just made aware of a cleaning app to clear your cache on a regular basis and I've had it running for a week and it's almost eliminated this issue. But the higher internet speed you have the less problems you may run into. I get 50 thru my service provider and it's not an issue. You only need 6 according to the Netflix people to run that without problems. A woman I know has 3 and claims to watch everything I have.

                        And you can use it in a hotel room as well as my friends have shared results this way.

                        I promise you this blows Chromecast and a Roku right out of the water.

                        Youll be be kicking yourself you didn't try this earlier. At worst if you have a family you can hook it up in your own area and keep your cable for them. But eventually you will want to take the plunge like most of the people that cut their cable did. I can also program it with or without every porn channel it's up to you. It's just a 10 second process for me to send it with or without.

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                          Re: Amazon FireTv and Firesticks

                          Originally posted by ManchesterUk View Post
                          You just shoove it in a USB port on the back of your Tv,then connect the stick to your home wifi
                          Not USB......HDMI only.

                          amazon Fire sticks/boxes are designed for HDTV. Like most of the others as well.

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                            Re: Amazon FireTv and Firesticks

                            your PM's are full sir....

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                              Re: Amazon FireTv and Firesticks

                              Originally posted by Bushay View Post
                              Not USB......HDMI only.

                              amazon Fire sticks/boxes are designed for HDTV. Like most of the others as well.
                              ah ok mate,the sticks we had going round here(18months ago) wernt amazon fire sticks...same principle I guess

                              Putting it on my PC now u bugger cause got me curious

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