How to update your sideloaded Peacock TV app on Amazon Fire TV and Firestick — New Oct. 15 APK
Peacock TV is still not available on Amazon Fire TV devices, but a new
v1.1.3 updated version (SEE BELOW FOR UPDATE) has just been released. If you’re new to sideloading, you might not be aware that updating an already sideloaded app is as straight forward as installing the new version right over the existing one. If you followed my guide to sideload Peacock TV or are using my Downloader app, simply use the URL bit.ly/firepck (SEE BELOW FOR UPDATE) in the Downloader app to sideload the latest version of Peacock TV. You don’t need to uninstall the existing version or do anything special if the older version is already installed on the device. Just sideload the new version as you would any new app. After launching the app and signing in, if you get only audio when playing content or the video is frozen, force quitting the app or restarting your Fire TV should solve the issue. To force quit the app, go to Settings > Applications > Manage Installed Applications and select the app. To restart your device, go to Settings > My Fire TV > Restart. If you need more detailed instructions for sideloading, see this guide and use the URL mentioned above. Note that it seems like the 1st-gen Fire TV and 1st-gen Fire TV Stick are not compatible with the Peacock app. This could change in the future, so there is no harm in trying to install the latest version.
8/17/20 Version 1.1.10: bit.ly/firepea (Alternate Mirror: bit.ly/firepe).
9/9/20 Version 1.2.14: bit.ly/ftvpea (Alternate Mirror: bit.ly/ftvpeaa).
10/12/20 Version 1.3.3: bit.ly/aftvpea (Alternate Mirror: bit.ly/aftvpeaa).
10/15/20 Version 1.3.13 has been released. You can install it using Downloader and the URL bit.ly/firetvp (Alternate Mirror: bit.ly/firetvpp).