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Hello all I have the

as anyone tried using their multi-view  feature. I've just discovered  that one side Amazon Firestick 4K and the other side just normal air broadcast. I have noticed that  with the  Amazon Firestick 4K  will not let you watch anything on the opposite side you have to uncheck  the firestick 4K then you can watch  something on the other side. But what's the point because that's the purpose I want to watch both at the same time my  firestick 4k and my over the air broadcasting channels. Does anyone have a solution to this problem greatly appreciate it thanks for your help in advance.

Note: This Feature work for me with the old Amazon Fire TV stick that is not a 4k.

 

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On 8/13/2019 at 5:31 PM, Tiffany Top said:

 

Hello all I have the

as anyone tried using their multi-view  feature. I've just discovered  that one side Amazon Firestick 4K and the other side just normal air broadcast. I have noticed that  with the  Amazon Firestick 4K  will not let you watch anything on the opposite side you have to uncheck  the firestick 4K then you can watch  something on the other side. But what's the point because that's the purpose I want to watch both at the same time my  firestick 4k and my over the air broadcasting channels. Does anyone have a solution to this problem greatly appreciate it thanks for your help in advance.

Note: This Feature work for me with the old Amazon Fire TV stick that is not a 4k.

 

 

I had the same issue.  It took me awhile to figure it out. Turn HDR from always on to adaptive. 

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Figured it out!
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