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How to edit the DNS on amazon Fire TV? Answered

I am trying to do a tutorial where I require screenshots of the amazon fire TV steps.

Here are a list of my steps that I require a screenshot for:

1. Navigate to 'Settings'
2.Select 'Systems'
3.Select 'WI-FI'
4.Select your WI-FI network and forget WI-FI network by pressing the button with 3 lines on it.
5.Press the select button.
6.Select your WI-FI network.
7.Enter your WI-FI password and Click on 'Advanced'
8.Now you must enter the IP address for this device:
Start by entering the first three digit groups from the IP address of your router. For example, if your router IP address is "", enter "192.168.1."
For the last digit group, you can typically enter "200" so the final IP address for the device would be ""
In some cases you may need to use another number other than 200 if another device already uses that address
9.For the Default gateway, enter the IP of your router
10.Input '24' for the 'Network Prefix Length' and Click 'Next'
11.Enter the following public DNS addresses:
DNS 1:
DNS 2:
12.Click 'Connect' and you're done.


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Best Answer 6 years ago

Say no more, Id like to do a tutorial on slap shifting in a Lamborghini Huracan, but I don't have one.

Do you think maybe I can get someone who actually has one, to take photos inside the car with the gear lever in the different positions, and send them to me?

On a more serious note, start a new step by step and enable collaboration on it, then post a request in the forums for assistance in that regard.


Answer 6 years ago

I think you misunderstood me a little. My point was to create an instructable just minus the pics, and save it in your drafts, not to publish an empty instructable. :)

Now you click edit on the 'ible in drafts and select the combo arrow on the top right, there you will find the "collaborate" which you must enable. In the collab window you can add various members and the ible will then appear to them as well. Basically so that they can add the pics and it also shows that you're also doing your share.