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Fire TV owners can now view auto-curated collections of Amazon Photos on Fire TV using Alexa app. Instead of hiding your photos in your back pocket, use the Alexa app to display them on your home’s largest screen.
You have a lot of photos. We’ll show you how to bring them to life by displaying them on your Fire TV. Enable Auto-Save to save all photos from your phone’s camera roll (as well as any you take later) to the cloud.
- From the Alexa app tap More
- Next, tap Settings
- Scroll down and tap Photos
- Navigate to Upload Settings then select Auto-Save
Once your photos have been uploaded, you can set your Fire TV screensaver to them or ask Alexa to show you your photos by using this command: “Alexa, show my photos.”
With Amazon Photos’ auto-curated features, Auto-Save guarantees you’ll have more photo memories to enjoy. Daily Memories, for example. Once enabled, Daily Memories will display daily selections of your best photos that are automatically updated.
Here’s how to enable Daily Memories
- From the Alexa app tap Devices
- Tap Echo & Alexa
- Select which Fire TV you want your photos displayed on
- Tap Screensaver
- Enable Daily Memories or select an album
Auto-Save is also useful for Echo Show owners, who can use Alexa to customize their device’s home screen to display personal photos. Simply command “Alexa, set up my photo display.”