How to watch Amazon Prime Video in Kodak Android Smart TVThe newer Android TV-based Kodak TVs comes with amazon prime video app support out of the box. So you can easily download the Prime Video app from the play store on your TV.
- Open the Google Play Store on your Kodak TV and Search for Prime Video app.
- Then close to the app Click on the Install button to download install it on your Kodak Smart TV.
- Now open the prime video app and log in with your Amazon account to watch your TV series or movies.
Download & Install Amazon Prime Video App on Kodak smart TV ( Older models ) with no Play store.
- Start your PC and open your desired browser. Here I will be using chrome browser. This version of the app only supports arm7 processor-based Android TVs. Mostly all TVs use ARM-based processors.
- Go to this URL to download the Android TV optimized amazon primevideo5.3.9-armv7a.apk file of the amazon prime video TV app directly on your computer.
- Now load the primevideo.apk file into your Pendrive or to an external portable USB hard disk.
- Then connect the pen drive or hard disk to your Kodak smart tv. And open a file explorer or manager app on your TV. And open the primevideo.apk file.
- Now Click the Install button on the prompt window to install the primevideo.apk file on your Kodak Tv.
- The Video application will be installed and will show up on your TV apps section on your Kodak tv.
Watch Amazon Prime Video on Old Kodak TV
- The Old Smart TV from Kodak doesn’t run on android TV OS and instead use some other OS. So you cannot download the Prime Video app.
- So you have to mirror your smartphone screen to your TV in order to watch Amazon Prime video on your Kodak TVs.
- After installing the Prime Video app, launch it, and log in to your Amazon account to start watching amazon prime videos on your Kodak Smart TV.
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