Firestick is a widely used streaming device all around the world that is used to stream all your favorite content in good quality. As you all know, it comes with the Amazing remote control to navigate your Amazon Firestick. Sometimes your Firestick remote may stop working suddenly or make you unable to navigate. If so, first, you can check out the battery. If the battery life is over, you can change the new one and check whether your remote is working. Further, you need to reset your Firestick remote if it is not working after inserting the new battery. Because resetting your Firestick remote will also solve the temporary malfunctions on your remote. Flow with this article to know how to reset your Firestick remote.

How to Reset Firestick Remote

Below are steps to reset the Alexa Voice Remote with power and volume buttons. And, you can also reset the following remotes.

  • Alexa Voice Remote Lite
  • Fire TV Smart TV Remote
  • Fire TV Soundbar Remote

1. First, detach the power cable from your Firestick device.

2. Leave it disconnected for 60 seconds.

3. Now, press and hold the Left, Menu, and Back buttons simultaneously for at least 15 seconds on your Firestick remote.

press and hold the Left, Menu, and Back buttons to reset Firestick remote

4. After 15 seconds, release the buttons and wait for a few seconds.

5. Then, take out the remote batteries and connect your Firestick device.

6. After 60 seconds, put the batteries back into the remote.

7. Now, press the Home button on your Firestick remote.

8. Finally, a blue light will flash at the top of the Firestick remote, indicating the remote is reconnected successfully.

How to Reset First Generation Alexa Voice Remote

1. First, uncouple your Firestick and power cable.

2. Leave it uncoupled for at least 60 seconds.

3. Then, long press the Left and Menu buttons for 15 seconds concurrently on the Alexa Voice Remote.

 long press the Left and Menu buttons to reset Firestick remote

4. After 15 seconds, release the buttons and wait for a few seconds.

5. Now, open the back cover of the remote and take out the battery.

6. Then, connect your Firestick and wait for 60 seconds.

7. Insert the batteries into the remote and press the Home button.

8. Finally, you can start using your Alexa Voice Remote.

How to Reset the Fire TV Basic Edition Remote [1st Generation]

1. Long press the Home button on your remote.

2. Click the Menu button thrice while holding the Home button.

Click the Menu button thrice to reset Firestick remote

3. Now, release the Home button.

4. Next, click the Menu button nine times.

5. Open the back cover and take out the remote battery.

6. Now, disconnect your Firestick device and wait for 60 seconds.

7. Insert the batteries and plug in your Firestick.

8. Now, the Firestick home screen will appear, then long press the Home button for 40 seconds.

9. Wait till the reset process is over.

10. Once the process is over, you can use the remote to navigate Firestick.

You can follow any of the suitable methods to reset your Firestick. Once you reset it, it will sort out all the issues with your Firestick remote. So you can happily use your Firestick remote to navigate your Firestick. If your Fire TV is still not responding to Fire TV remote, restart your Firestick and reset the Fire TV device.

Frequently Asked Questions

1. Can you reset my Firestick remote?

Yes, you can reset your Firestick remote. For more details, go through the above guide.

2. How do I restart my Firestick remote?

You need to press the Select and Play/Pause buttons for 5 seconds on your Firestick remote to reboot it.

3. Can I reconnect my Firestick remote?

Yes, you can pair your Firestick remote again.

4. Why is my Firestick stopped working?

Your Firestick may stop working because of a low battery, or you might have inserted the battery wrongly.

5. How to fix the Firestick remote not working?

Resetting your Fire TV remote will fix not working issues on your remote.

6. How to unpair the Fire TV remote?

Unplug the Firestick and After 60 seconds, press the Left button, Menu button, and Back button at the same time. Then, remove the batteries and plug in your TV. Thus the Fire TV remote has unpaired.