This integration is deprecated!
Use the built-in Android TV integration instead.
Currently, the Fire TV component requires the user to run an HTTP server in a Python 2 environment. I’m trying to develop a Fire TV component that is completely controlled by Home Assistant, no addon or service necessary. I’m also trying to make it handle ADB device authentication.
Here’s what I’ve got so far: https://github.com/JeffLIrion/homeassistant_native_firetv
media_player/firetv.py to your
custom_components folder (
media_player: - platform: firetv name: Fire TV 1 host: "192.168.0.111" - platform: firetv name: Fire TV 2 host: "192.168.0.222" adbkey: "/config/android/adbkey"
ADB Authentication (for Fire TV devices with recent software)
If you get a “Device authentication required, no keys available” error when trying to setup Fire TV, then you’ll need to create an adbkey and add its path to your configuration. Follow the instructions on this page to connect to your Fire TV from your computer: Connecting to Fire TV Through adb.
Important! You must check the box that says “always allow connections from this device.” ADB authentication in Home Assistant will only work using a trusted key.
Once you’ve successfully connected to your Fire TV via the command
adb connect <ipaddress>, the files
adbkey.pub will be created on your computer. Copy these to your Home Assistant folder and add the path to the
adbkey file to your configuration.