**How to Add a Fire TV Stick to a Roku TV**

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Are you wondering how to add a device to your Roku-powered TV? Adding a Fire TV Stick to a Roku TV is a simple process that only takes a minute. In this article, we will guide you through the steps to set up an HDMI port on your Roku TV and add a Fire TV Stick to it. So let’s get started!

Before we begin, make sure that all your devices are plugged in and powered on. In this example, we have an Amazon Fire TV Pendant that we will be connecting to our Roku TV. Connect the USB connector cable from the Fire TV Stick into the USB port on your TV. Depending on how old your device is, you may need to plug it into an outlet to ensure it receives enough power to be displayed on your TV.

Now, let’s dive into the settings on your Roku TV. The Roku TV has a unique feature called “TV inputs” that the regular Roku menu doesn’t have. To set up the HDMI port, go to the TV inputs section and select the HDMI port that you want to set up (in this case, HDMI 2). If the HDMI port is not used, it will show up as “not set up.” We will proceed to set it up by selecting it and choosing the option to add the input.

Once the input is added, there will now be an HDMI 2 icon on the home screen of your Roku TV. However, to make it easier to recognize, we can rename it and choose an icon for it. Roku TVs provide preset choices for devices like DVD players and VCRs, but they may not have presets for other media players like the Fire TV Stick. To customize the name and icon, go to the “edit custom name and icon” option.

In our example, we had already named this input “Fire TV” for our own convenience. You will need to enter “Fire TV” in your system. After entering the name, select an icon from the options available. Some people prefer to use the generic media player icon, but for more distinction, we recommend choosing a unique icon.

Now, you’ll see that you can easily access the Fire TV Stick from the home page of your Roku TV. To control the Fire TV Stick, you will need to use the Fire TV remote, but other than that, you’re all set!

In conclusion, adding a Fire TV Stick to your Roku TV is a straightforward process. By following these simple steps, you can set up an HDMI port on your Roku TV and seamlessly integrate your Fire TV Stick. Enjoy the convenience of having both streaming devices on the same TV!

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