The Amazon Fire TV is without a doubt one of the best ways to watch shows and movies or play games on your television, but it requires quite a bit of personalization. Amazon provides a variety of options to set up the home screen, menu tab, app list, etc. in the Fire TV system.
On a downside, not all these options are easy to find. One such option is the one which turns off the clicking sound whenever you press a button on the remote. It can get highly irritating, especially when one is surfing through a lot of stuff. A lot of users have been complaining about not being able to find this particular feature, and as always, we are here to help.
Follow these steps below to get rid of the clicking sounds during navigation in your Amazon Fire TV
Click on the ‘Settings’ button on the homescreen of your Amazon fire TV.
Select the ‘Display and Sounds' option in the Settings menu.
Enter your 4 digit 'Amazon Video Pin'. After entering the pin you should be able to toggle the various functions on and off like the clicking sounds.
Select the 'Audio' tab under 'Display and Sound'.
Find the 'Navigation Sounds' option and turn it off.
Once these steps are followed the clicking sound during navigation should have been turned off. If it is still working, reboot your Fire TV by holding down the ‘select’ and ‘play’ buttons together for a few seconds and upon reboot the click sound should have disappeared.