How to Fix Audio Not Synced While Watching IPTV On Firestick


You're not alone if you're having trouble keeping your audio in sync when streaming IPTV UK on your Firestick device. Several people have complained that audio is out of sync with visuals, which may be annoying while viewing TV episodes or films. 

This in-depth tutorial will walk you through several fixes for the Firestick's audio sync issue. 

Potential Causes of Audio Sync Issues

Before we dive into the solutions, let's first understand the potential causes of audio sync issues on Firestick devices:

  • Outdated software
  • Connectivity issues (Wi-Fi or ethernet) / Usage Of BAD VPN / VPN Apps slowing your device
  • Compatibility problems with certain apps or video formats (MOST COMMON, After changing the app you currently using to access IPTV It will be fixed)
  • Hardware issues with the Firestick device itself (Faulty Hardware that needs fixing)

Solution 1: Restart Firestick and Clear Cache

One of the most straightforward solutions to fix audio sync problems is to restart your Firestick device and clear its cache. Here's how to do it:

Steps to Restart Firestick

  1. Press and hold the Select and Play/Pause buttons on your Firestick remote for 5-10 seconds.
  2. Release the buttons when you see the device restart.

Clearing Cache on Firestick

  1. Go to Settings > Applications > Manage Installed Applications.
  1. Select the app causing the audio sync issue.
  1. Choose "Clear Cache" and then "Clear Data."
  1. Restart the app and check if the audio sync is fixed.

Solution 2: Update Firestick Software and Apps

Keeping your Firestick software and apps up-to-date is crucial for maintaining optimal performance. Here's how to update your Firestick:

  1. Go to Settings > My Fire TV > About.
  2. Select "Check for System Update" and install any available updates.

Solution 3: Adjust Audio Delay Settings

Adjusting the audio delay settings on your Firestick can help sync the audio with the video. Here's how to do it:

  1. Go to Settings > Display & Sounds > Audio.
  2. Select "Audio Delay" and adjust the setting until the audio syncs with the video.
  3. Some apps may have audio sync settings, so check the app's menu.

Tip : 

Fire TV Stick Sound Sync Problems - New possible Fix (Feb 2021)

Solution 4: Change Video Resolution or Refresh Rate

Adjusting the video resolution or refresh rate on your Firestick can sometimes resolve audio sync issues. Here's how to change these settings:

  1. Go to Settings > Display & Sounds > Display.
  2. Select "Video Resolution" and choose a different resolution.
  3. If that doesn't work, try adjusting the "Refresh Rate" setting.
  4. Experiment with different combinations until you find the optimal settings for your setup.

Solution 5: Check Connectivity and Internet Speed

A stable internet connection is crucial for smooth streaming on your Firestick. If you're experiencing audio sync issues, check your connectivity and internet speed; also, if you are using a VPN, it might be causing this problem. Usually, free VPNs do this; they make your Firestick run slowly, which causes the picture and sound not to be in sync. Try turning it off and see if that fixes it.

  1. Go to Settings > Network.
  2. Check the Wi-Fi or ethernet connection status.
  3. If the connection is unstable, try troubleshooting your network or moving your Firestick closer to the router.
  4. Use a speed test app to check your internet speed and ensure it meets the minimum requirements for streaming.

Solution 6: Contact your IPTV provider

By contacting your IPTV UK provider, he might suggest that you change your current app. For example, when using IPTV Smarters Pro, please change it to IBO PLAYER; usually, this fixes this problem! There are multiple apps you could use! Like: 

  1. Ibo Player Pro
  2. XC IPTV
  3. Hot Player
  4. XtremeHD IPTV UK

Also, it might be an issue with the server, not of good quality. By contacting your provider, he will change it for you or give you a refund; you can also go and check with other providers to test out their service and check if you are experiencing a out-of-sync problems on their servers too.

Also, check out XtremeHD IPTV UK. They provide free support via WhatsApp and phone calls.

Solution 7: Factory Reset or Replace Firestick

If none of the above solutions work, you can try factory resetting your Firestick as a last resort. However, this will erase all your settings and installed apps, so make sure to back up any important data first.

Steps to Factory Reset Firestick

  1. Go to Settings > My Fire TV > Reset to Factory Defaults.
  1. Follow the on-screen instructions to complete the reset process.

Solution 8: Get a new device (Last Resort)

If you have already tried all the troubleshooting steps mentioned above but the problem persists, it may be time to consider replacing your device. Your current Fire TV Stick is an older model, and its hardware components may be faulty or worn out after prolonged use. In this case, purchasing a newer, more powerful Fire TV Stick or Fire TV device could resolve the issues you are experiencing.

Devices you could consider upgrading to for optimal IPTV experience

  1. Nvidia Shield 
  2. Formuler Z11
  3. Amazon FireCube
  4. A newer Amazon Firestick
  5. Mag Device

Tip: Stay Away From Preloaded IPTV Sticks, those are purely scams all you get is an old firestick that has an IPTV player installed on it, which you can do easily yourself!

Tip 2: Stay Away From Unknown Android Boxes Brands, they usually overheat and run slowly! Especially the ones you find on Aliexpress , never buy that! 

Before making a purchase, it's worth checking with Amazon to see if your Fire TV Stick is still covered under warranty. Many Amazon devices come with a standard warranty that protects against manufacturing defects and hardware failures. If your device is still under warranty, you may be able to request a replacement from Amazon customer support.

Also check out XtremeHD IPTV UK , Call them on WhatsApp at +44 7307 688853 they will walk you through the setup ! and also they are offering a 1 month IPTV FREE TRIAL!

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