- 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.
The Amazon Fire Stick is a great device for downloading apps and streaming shows and music. However, like any storage device, the Fire Stick has its limitations.
Many users received the critically low on storage message even though they cleared the cache and data.
The next day, the Amazon Fire Stick is full again. Also, the storage requirements of the apps are too small to fill up the entire device.
This is a major issue for the users and today we will show you what to do to get the storage memory back in the Amazon Fire Stick.
How do I fix critically low on storage on Amazon Fire TV?
If you encounter the critically low on storage message, you need to reset the Amazon Fire Stick.
Here’s how to do just that:
- Go into the Settings in your Fire Stick home screen.
- Go to the right and click on the System section.
- Scroll down to find and click on Reset to Factory Defaults.
- You will be warned with the following message: You are about to reset your Fire TV to its original factory settings. Your sign-in information and personal preferences will be lost.
- Click on the Reset button.
Keep in mind that this method will erase your data from your device. Create a backup to keep your important information.
2. Check the profiles and version of your Amazon Fire Stick
As you can see, the only safe way to solve the issue is to reset the Amazon Fire Stick. However, not all people want to lose their data and apps.
If you don’t want to reset to default, check if your device has more than one profile. Leave only one profile and see if you fixed the problem.
Also, your device might be old and the storage space is limited for the data of today’s apps. In this case, buy a more recent version of the Amazon Fire Stick.
If nothing works, go ahead and contact Amazon support for a more specific solution. Your problem might require a more technical fix.
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!
Frequently Asked Questions
This error usually indicates a reset is needed in order for your device to properly work again. Follow these easy steps to reset your Amazon Fire TV Stick.
If you want to check what unused apps are cluttering your Fire Stick, use your remote and go to Home ->Settings->Applications>Manage Applications. Should the remote itself get stuck, have a look at our quick solutions.
To free up some space in Amazon Fire TV, open the Settings menu and go to Manage Installed Applications. Then select an app and choose to Clear cache. If the menu won’t load at all, try these quick fixes.