We have created an easy-to-follow guide on how to download and install the Xfinity Stream app to take your entertainment to the next level on your Firestick. It is an all-in-one app that allows you to stream TV shows, movies, and TV channels. With this service, you can watch all of your favorite on-demand shows and access live TV services on Firestick at the same time.
Fortunately, Xfinity Stream is available on the Amazon Appstore, and you can easily download it to stream right away. Previously, people could only get it through the Apple App Store and Google Play Store. Now that it’s available to Firestick users, you don’t have to go through an extra procedure called sideloading. Read further to learn how to get the Xfinity Stream app on Firestick.
The Xfinity Stream app is not available in all countries, so you need to use a VPN before installing it if you can’t find it on the Amazon Appstore. We recommend ExpressVPN to bypass geo-restrictions and to keep your internet activities anonymous.
Before installing Xfinity Stream, you need to first make an account on the official website.
Creating an Xfinity ID is easy. You just have to go to the official website and create an account. Go to the log-in option and click on ‘Create an Xfinity ID.’ To create an Xfinity ID, you’ll have to use SSN or your phone number so it can verify your identity. If you enter your phone number, you’ll be given a code via text. If you choose the SSN option, enter the last four digits of your SSN, your date of birth, and the phone number associated with this SSN.
Now, enter the email address for the subscription. You’ll receive an email with a confirmation link shortly. Click on this link so that your email address is associated with the app. Now this email ID is your Xfinity ID too.
After registering yourself on Xfinity’s official app, you’re ready to install it on your Firestick. Get the authorization code and note it down for use later. Follow these steps to get the app on your device:
Step 1: On the Firestick home screen, go to Find > Search.Step 2: Type ‘Xfinity Stream’ in the search bar and wait for the results.
Step 3: Select Xfinity Stream from the search results. Then, select the Xfinity Stream icon.
Step 4: Hit Get and wait for the download to complete.
Step 5: After the app is installed, click this button to open it.
Step 6: Choose Allow when this prompt appears.
Step 7: Click Get Started.
Step 8: On any other device, open a browser and visit https://xtv-pil.xfinity.com/xtv-authn/activate
Step 9: Enter the authorization code you previously noted down on your Firestick. Click Continue.
Step 10: Enter your Xfinity Stream username and password.
Now, you’re ready to stream on Firestick with Xfinity Stream.
Once you’ve finished downloading and installing the Xfinity app on your Firestick, you can start with it right away by clicking open. However, if you wish to use it later, you can access it through the Apps & Games section.
Click the Apps & Games icon on your Firestick home screen. You can find Xfinity Stream from the list of apps. Just select its app icon. If you want to use it frequently, you can move it to the home screen.
When you launch the Xfinity Stream app, you’ll get to see a side menu for accessing live TV channels, watching DVR recordings, and searching for on-demand content. On the home screen, you’ll basically see the app’s featured content. Below are the main features of Xfinity Stream:
You can subscribe to Xfinity Stream for $18 a month. However, you need to pay more to get additional channels and features.
Yes, to use Xfinity Stream’s services, you need to create a login ID and subscribe to it. Only then can you start using its services.
The Xfinity Stream app is easy to connect to. You just have to switch your TV on and make sure it is connected to the internet. Then follow the instructions in this post to install the app and stream from it.
No, Xfinity Stream is a paid IPTV service. You need to register and purchase a plan to stream using the app.
There are various tiers. Higher tiers are costly but have more features than the cheaper ones.