Amazon FireTV has become a popular streaming box which gives you access to your favorite content on Amazon, Hulu Plus, Netflix and other well known streaming services. Amazon Fire TV is also a gaming console that lets you play and enjoy games like Mine craft and Walking dead.
The best feature of an Amazon Fire TV is its voice control. Amazon has worked magnificently in creating the voice controls that let you play a movie or a show by just speaking the title or the name of an actor who has worked in it. How does Amazon do that? Well, to start with Amazon has some really good search algorithms, however, over the time, Amazon stores the voice samples associated with an account on its. If you are looking for a way to delete voice recordings from your Fire TV history for some reason, here are some simple steps to help you out.
Step 1. Login to Your 'Amazon Account'
Step 2. Click on ‘Your Account’
Hover on the ‘Your Orders’ drop down on the top right side of your screen. In the dropdown, click on the first option that says ‘Your Account’. In some countries Amazon has this drop down named ‘Account and List’. If that is the case with you, you will find ‘Your Account’ under ‘Accounts’.
Step 3. Click on ‘Manage Your Content and Devices’
On the ‘Your Account’ page, there is a list called Digital content, under it you will find an option ‘Manage Your Content and Devices’. Click on it.
Step 4.Click on ‘Devices’
On the current page, on the left side you will find a link for ‘Devices’. Click on it. This will take you to the list of devices in your account.
Step 5. Click on ‘Manage Voice Recordings’
Click on the name of your Fire TV. You will see a link below the TV which says ‘Manage Voice Recordings’. Click on it.
Step 6. Click ‘Delete’
Once you click on ‘Manage Your Voice Recordings’, you will see a popup in which you have to click on ‘Delete’. Once you have done that, you will get a message on your screen confirming the deletion of voice recordings.
So, this was how to delete voice recordings from your Fire TV history, quickly.