Amazon Fire TV Storage Full? Here is How to Make More Space

Free up space on Amazon Fire TV easily by clearing the cache

by Milan Stanojevic
Milan Stanojevic
Milan Stanojevic
Windows & Software Expert
Milan has been enthusiastic about technology ever since his childhood days, and this led him to take interest in all PC-related technologies. He's a PC enthusiast and he... read more
Reviewed by Alex Serban
Alex Serban
Alex Serban
Windows Server & Networking Expert
After moving away from the corporate work-style, Alex has found rewards in a lifestyle of constant analysis, team coordination and pestering his colleagues. Holding an MCSA Windows Server... read more
Affiliate Disclosure
  • The Amazon Fire Stick low on storage error is stubborn enough to persist even after you cleared the cache.
  • But it does not have to - not when there is our guide below to help you sort this out and resume fun.
  • And since the easiest solutions are usually the best, you can go ahead and restart your device to get rid of this annoying error.
  • Don't be afraid to take your investigation further and thoroughly check your device for attached profiles - this too can have a saying in the troubleshooting process.

Amazon Fire TV is an amazing streaming device, but many reported that their Amazon Firestick is low on storage. This can be a problem and it will make you unable to install apps on Amazon Fire TV.

Since this can be a major problem, in today’s guide we’re going to show you how to permanently fix it, once and for all.

In this article

How do I fix critically low storage on Amazon Fire TV?

1. Clear cache

  1. Navigate to Settings on your Fire TV.
     
  2. After that, head over to Applications.
  3. Navigate to Manage installed applications.
  4. Select the application whose cache you want to clear.
  5. Now choose Clear Cache and then Clear data.

2. Uninstall unused apps

  1. Go to Settings and then select Applications.
     
  2. After that, go to Manage installed applications.
  3. Select the app you want to remove.
  4. Now choose Uninstall from the menu.

After doing that, check if the problem is resolved.

3. Reset the Amazon Fire Stick

Note icon
NOTE
Use this method as the last option since it will remove all data from your Fire TV.
  1. Go into Settings in your Fire Stick home screen.
  2. Navigate to My Fire TV.
     
  3. Scroll down to find and click on Reset to Factory Defaults.
  4. Select the Reset button.

If nothing works, go ahead and contact Amazon support for a more specific solution. Your problem might require a more technical fix.

In case your device isn’t recognized at all, we have a useful guide on what to do if your Amazon Fire Stick isn’t recognized by the TV.

Did our solution work for you? Did you find another way to create space in your Amazon Fire Stick? Do let us know in the comments section below!

This article covers:Topics: