Amazon Fire TV Stick owners are just realizing they can fix annoying 'click sound' that disrupts movie watching | The Sun

AMAZON Fire TV Stick users may have heard an annoying clicking sound while using the device.

It's the sound the remote makes when you're making selections on the TV but if you don't like it then you can easily turn it off.

All you have to do is head to the Settings on your TV.

This is represented by a gear icon in the corner of the screen.

Then, click on Display & Sounds and Audio.

Next, you'll need to select Navigation Sounds.

Click to turn the sounds off so you can scroll silently.

If you find you miss the clicks, you can easily turn them back on via the same method.

Other sounds you might want to switch off include Amazon's VoiceView.

This is a great accessibility feature for people who can't see the screen clearly and would like it read to them.

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It's easy to turn on and off whenever a viewer needs it.

Head to your Settings again and click on Accessibility.

Next, click on VoiceView and confirm you'd like it on.

You can turn it off via the same method or use a quick remote trick.

Hold down the Back button and the Menu button for a few seconds.

This should turn VoiceView off for you immediately.

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