How To Test Internet Speed On Fire TV Or Fire TV Stick


To play HD Streams (Movies, TV Shows, Live TV) on your Fire TV or Firestick through Kodi or any other application, you need to have good internet speed so that you will get smooth playback. If you don’t know how to test internet speed on Fire TV or Firestick then follow the below guide.

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In this Step-by-step guide, I will teach you about “How to test your Internet speed on FireStick”. This tutorial can also be applied to Amazon Firestick 4k, Fire TV Cube, and other Fire TV devices. And the most exciting thing is this, that it applies to both Wired and Wi-fi internet connection.

Well, If you are facing buffering on FireStick, then I am sure that you would surely check your internet connection speed. A slow wi-fi connection not only tests your patience but also causes many streaming problems.

BUT, I have fetched out some of the easiest methods to check out your connection speed on Firestick/ Fire TV Cube. This is what I’ll show you in this tutorial.

Read Me: Trust me! you are not required to have a connection speed of 100 Mbps for butter streaming on FireStick. If you stream in 4K UHD, 20 Mbps is quite a nice speed.

How To Check Internet Speed On Firestick

You can observe your internet speed by using any of the following methods described below:

  • By using the speed test app called Internet Speed Test
  • By using a speed test app called Analiti
  • By using a browser on FireStick

All of the above methods are equally easy and reliable. They will fetch out results in no time. I mostly prefer the “Browser” method.