The steps in this article are going to show you how to sign out of the Amazon account that is currently signed in on your Amazon Fire TV Stick.
- Choose Settings at the top of the screen.
- Scroll to the right and choose My Account.
- Select your Amazon account.
- Choose the Deregister option.
You can sign into your Amazon Fire TV Stick with your Amazon account, which gives you access to movies and TV shows that you have purchased. It also lets you make new purchases easily.
But you may have signed into the wrong Amazon account if you have more than one in your household, or you may have signed into your account on someone else’s device.
Luckily it’s possible to sign out of an Amazon account on an Amazon Fire TV Stick by deregistering the device from its menu.
You might also be curious about how to sign out of Amazon Prime on Roku if you have one of those devices in your home, too.
How to Sign Out from Amazon on an Amazon Fire TV Stick
The steps in this article were performed on an Amazon Fire TV Stick 4K. Note that by completing these steps you are going to be signing out of Amazon on the Fire TV Stick. If you wish to continue watching content on the device you will need to sign in with another account, or sign in with the old account again.
Step 1: Select the Settings tab at the top of the Home screen.
Step 2: Scroll all the way to the right and choose the My Account option.
Step 3: Click on the name of the account that is currently signed in.
Step 4: Select the Deregister option.
Read our Fire TV Stick guide to get answers to some of the questions that you might have about the Amazon Fire TV Stick.
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