Trying to pair new Amazon Fire TV/Stick remote but getting “Allow USB debugging” on the screen and can’t click it?
Are you trying to pair a new Amazon Fire Stick/TV remote to your device? You most likely are doing this because your original remote went bad or suddenly stopped working and you cannot access your Amazon Fire TV or Stick otherwise.
As suggested by Amazon, you download the Remote for Fire Stick TV App and find your device on your network. When you select your Amazon Fire Stick/TV in the app, you receive a prompt:
Allow USB debugging?
This computer’s RSA key fingerprint it:
However, you cannot click the checkbox next to Always allow from this computer. This prevents you from trying to control your Amazon fire device and pairing a new remote. In order to prevent this message, you must enable USB debugging in settings on the Amazon Fire Stick/TV, however many users do not enable this beforehand.
Please post below if you have a solution to get around this prompt so you can control your Amazon Fire device by mobile device and get to settings to pair a new Amazon remote.