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Mouse Pointers
If your app supports pointer-based input, Amazon Fire TV supports the use of a USB or Bluetooth-connected mouse that enables users to interact with your app. By default the mouse pointer appears as... more »
Display and Layout
Implementing an Android app that renders well on a television (or that behaves properly on both a tablet and a television) requires some attention to user interface layout. more »
Media Players
Any media player that uses the Android's media playback and encryption APIs (such as the MediaCodec, MediaCrypto, and AudioTrack classes) will work on the Amazon Fire TV platform. This documentatio... more »
Identifying Fire TV Devices
Most Amazon Fire TV developers build apps for both Google Play and the Amazon Appstore, using the same Android-based code for both app markets and devices. Because Amazon devices don't use Google s... more »
Handling HDMI Events
When users connect or disconnect an HDMI cable, your app must handle these HDMI events following the guidelines here. Some events include HDMI connection and disconnection. more »
Android Menu and ActionBar widgets
This page describes how to modify the Android Menu and ActionBar widgets to work for your Fire TV app. The Amazon Fire TV platform supports the majority of the existing Android UI framework (androi... more »
DIAL Integration
Amazon Fire TV devices support the DIAL (Discovery-and-Launch) protocol through the Whisperplay service. more »
Implementing Search
Implementing search in Amazon Fire TV requires you to understand some key differences with text search and voice search. Text search within an app refers to any specific text-search features you ha... more »
Fire TV devices support standard Android notifications through the Android Notifications API. These notifications appear in a Notification Center. more »
Specifying Your App's Installation Location
The settings in your Android Manifest file determine where your app is installed on Fire devices. Two storage locations are possible: external storage (such as an SD card), and internal storage (us... more »
Deep Linking to Featured Content from the Fire TV UI
Deep linking refers to links that direct users past the homepage of an app to specific content inside the app. In the context of merchandising, deep links take users from the merchandising placemen... more »
Resources for International Locales
Amazon Fire devices have a default locale with a region and language that you can query programmatically. You can increase the reach of your app and improve the experience for users in different lo... more »
Advertising ID
The Advertising ID is a user-resettable, unique identifier that can be used for advertising and user analytics. Users can reset the Advertising ID or opt out of tracking for interest-based ads alto... more »