I doubt it would work for Kodi, only amazon and netflix right? And even then you’d need the remote to put in the parental control code wouldn’t you?
Unfortunately I don’t use the two things you mentioned - Kodi and parental controls. I primarily use Amazon, Netflix and now the Firefox app to access YouTube. Even if Alexa hasn’t worked on a specific app (i.e. it doesn’t find YouTube inside Firefox), the voice control to pause, play, etc…works through the Echo once the content is playing.
So for me I really did just add the Fire TV to my Alexa app and was good to go.
I hope others can help answer this since I plan to install Kodi at some point.
It would be more useful if you could set it up to turn on and stay active for x-number of minutes after a motion sensor(s) is tripped. Seems a waste of electricity to having it run all day and if it really can’t stay on all day it’s better to only turn it on when someone’s actually outside of your home.
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I tried using it last night but it doesn’t combine with $25 Walmart credit which is a coupon.
This was my worst deal in recent times since first they price adjusted to bring the total down below $50 and I didn’t get the $20 Amex offer credit either and now having to buy overpriced items,
Never going to use Google Express again.
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Note that the other option " Echo Plus + Philips Hue bulb included" is the same price. So the “Philips 455295 Hue White A19 Single LED Bulb, Works with Amazon Alexa” is free (4.2 out of 5 stars by 155 reviewers)… a $12 to $15 value.