IMPORTANT NOTE: FileLinked has been shut down and is not working. See our guides below for the best clones.
This detailed guide shows you how to install Filelinked on the Firestick/Fire TV and Android devices.
Filelinked is a popular application that allows users to quickly install 3rd party APKs. This tool was previously known as “DroidAdmin” when it first released.
With Filelinked on your device, users can install hundreds of apps not available within the Amazon App Store or Google Play Store. You can also install these apps simultaneously.
What makes this application unique is its “stores” feature with specific access codes. There are thousands of stores available, which are all created by external users.
You can view this list of Best FileLinked Codes for more information and the best codes currently available.
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IMPORTANT: We strongly recommend using a VPN when installing these unverified apps from Filelinked. Check out the link below for more information.
Since Filelinked isn’t available in the Amazon App Store, it must be side-loaded onto your Fire TV device using the Downloader app.
The steps below show you how to install Filelinked using an Amazon Firestick Lite.
However, this same process works on all models of the Amazon Firestick, Fire TVs, Fire TV Cube, NVIDIA Shield, Chromecast, Tivo Stream 4K, Android TV Boxes, phones, tablets, and more.
Table of Contents
1. Install the Downloader app from your App Store (Amazon or Google Play) and turn on Apps from Unknown Sources in the settings of your device.
If you haven’t done this yet please refer to the tutorial below that walks through this simple process.
2. Launch Downloader
3. Click Allow
4. Click OK
5. Click the URL box
6. Enter in the following URL and click Go – iptvassist.com/flinked
7. Wait for the app to download
8. Click Install
9. Click Done
10. Click Delete
11. Click Delete again
12. Return back to your home screen and hover over the Settings icon. Then scroll down and select My Fire TV.
13. Click Developer options
14. Click Install unknown apps
15. Turn on Filelinked to allow for the installation of unknown apps
16. You have successfully installed Filelinked on your device!
Important Note: We suggest checking out our list of best codes so you can access the most popular Filelinked stores!
Filelinked is one of the most popular applications among those using Firestick, Fire TV, Android, and other streaming devices.
Within the settings, we suggest leaving the default options. You can change these toggles if you prefer.
It’s important to note that once you access any store this message will appear. Click Dismiss to remove it.
How to Clear Code History
Another useful tip when using this tool is clearing out your code history. This will help ensure this app runs smoothly.
1. From the home screen click My Codes.
2. Select Code History.
3. Locate and click the trash icon.
4. Click Delete.
5. That’s it! You now know how to remove your code history within Filelinked.
For even more information on Fielinked, you can check out their official website and view the video below.
Overall, the Filelinked app is the best option available when it comes to sideloading unauthorized apps on any device running Android OS.
If you own an Amazon Firestick, Fire TV, or any Android device this tool is a must-have!
Warning! Protect Yourself With A VPN
Most cord-cutters use a VPN and rightfully so.
The free streaming applications, addons, and paid IPTV services that you use are usually hosted on insecure servers.
Without a VPN, your IP Address is being logged.
Your IP Address points back to your location and identity which compromises both your privacy and security.
Your current identifying IP Address is 2a0d:2787:8::7e5c:7ec8 – When you use a VPN, your real IP address will be converted into an anonymous new one.
A VPN will provide you with an anonymous connection to the Internet.
This will prevent your Internet Service Provider, IPTV developers, government agencies, and any 3rd party from logging what you’re accessing online.
The most popular VPN among cord-cutters is IPVanish due to their blazing fast speeds and zero log policy.
It’s important to use a VPN that is fast since we are streaming large HD files. Its also crucial to find one that keeps no logs of what their subscribers access while online.
Setting up IPVanish VPN on your streaming device is simple!
Step 1 Register for an IPVanish VPN account by clicking the link below.
This exclusive link provides you with a hefty discount, only available to IPTV Wire visitors like you.
Step 2 – Go to Find and then click the search icon on your Firestick, Fire TV, or Fire TV Cube.
You may also find the IPVanish App in the Google Play Store for those of you who are using Android TV Boxes, phones, and tablets.
Step 3 – Type IPVanish and then click the IPVanish VPN option that appears.
Step 4 – Click the IPVanish icon under Apps & Games.
Step 5 – Click Download.
Step 6 – Click Open.
Step 7 – Enter your username and password to login. Your username is the email that you used to register for IPVanish service with and your password is automatically generated and emailed to you.
Step 8 – Click Connect button.
Step 9 – Click OK for Connection request if it appears.
Step 10 – You will notice that your IP Address changes along with location of connection. You are now operating anonymously through your device.
Click the Home Button on your remote and the VPN will remain running in the background.
Congratulations! You are now protected by a VPN which means everything that you stream or access through your Firestick or Android TV Box is hidden from the rest of the world.
If you ever need to stop the VPN service, simply re-launch the application and click the DISCONNECT button.
Frequently Asked Questions
Filelinked is a tool that allows users to sideload 3rd party apps to their devices that aren’t available in the popular app stores.
Yes. this app is 100% legal to install and use.
Yes this app is safe to install and use. However, since this app isn’t available in the Amazon App Store or Google Play we suggest using a VPN.
This app is available for installation on any device that runs the Android operating system. This includes the Amazon Firestick, Fire TV, and any Android device.