A new software update has started rolling out to the Amazon Fire TV Cube. The software version number of the update is still 220.127.116.11, but the build value has been changed to NS6221/1326. Amazon’s update page says this update contains “general improvements and bug fixes.” That is to be expected since the first batch of updates after a new device is released are usually fixing issues that were missed during Amazon’s internal testing. This is the third Fire TV Cube software update that has been released since it launched.
The Fire TV Cube shipped with an unknown software version from the factory. It’s unknown because, as is usually the case, the Fire TV Cube already had a software update released on launch day, which it installed during its initial setup process. That first software update was version 18.104.22.168 NS6221/1322.
On June 22, the day after the Fire TV Cube was released, a second software update began rolling out. That software update was version 22.214.171.124 NS6221/1323. That is the software version the Fire TV Cube has been on ever since, until this latest update that just began rolling out.
It’s unknown what issues these updates have fixed, but it has become commonplace to expect a string of software updates like this just after a new device is released. If you notice any changes or fixes with this latest Fire TV Cube software version, let everyone know about them in the comments below.