VPN Safety Dot

VPN Safety Dot

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Do you currently stuggle with your VPN connection not knowing if it’s connected or not? The VPN Safety Dot has solved this issue for Amazon Fire devices!

VPN Safety Dot:

VPN Dot is an app that can easily be installed on your Amazon Fire devices that will show you when you are connected to your VPN. Through a transparent dot located in the top right corner users are able to quickly determine if their VPN connection is active or if it has failed!

Knowing that you have a solid VPN connection is extemely important for any cord cutter! Losing a connection while streaming can and will put you at risk! Always ensure that you have an active VPN connection at all times.

By using VPN Safety Dot users can reset assure that they are always being protect no matter what VPN provider they use. Are you ready to install VPN Safety Dot? Follow the install guide below to get your device setup.

Install Guide:

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Before you can begin if you are new to Myfirestreams you must install our Myfirestreams Easy Builder App. You will use this app to install any content recommended through our website. You can quickly install this app by following this install guide.

Once you have our Easy Builder App installed proceeed to the steps below to get VPN Safety Dot installed.

  • From the Amazon home screen locate Myfirestreams Easy Builder App (aka Filelinked)
  • Open Myfirestreams Easy Builder App
  • Enter the code 76394002
  • Click Dismiss on the banner
  • Click Dismiss on the second banner
  • Scroll down and locate VPN DOT. Click once to start the download
  • When the download finishes the icon will change to a “play button”. Click once more to start the install process
  • Click install
  • Once the install finishes click Done
  • Return to the Amazon home screen by pressing the home button on your remote or by pressing the back button
  • Press and hold the home button for 3-5sec until this menu comes up. Select Apps from the menu
  • Scroll down and locate VPN Dot. Press the three line button on your remote and select move to front
  • Return to the Amazon home screen and you should see VPN Dot at the beginning of the app list.
  • Open VPN Dot
  • Click the off button to turn this service on
  • Click on the three dots in the top right corner of your screen
  • Change these settings to match ours so that you get the best experience. If you find that the “dot” is too hard to see just increase the transparency to your liking
  • Open your VPN app. In this case we are using IPVanish VPN app on the Amazon Fire Cube
  • Click connect to turn on the VPN
  • Congrats you have successfully setup VPN Safety Dot on your device. You should now see either a “red” or “green” dot in the top right corner ever 2sec. This dot represents your VPN connection. If you see a “Red” dot please stop streaming and reconnect to your VPN. You should ALWAYS have a “Green” dot at all times! 

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Myfirestreams 02/19/2020 - 6:13 pm

Enjoying VPN Safety Dot? Let us know!

IAN ROBERTSON 05/05/2020 - 1:03 pm

Had to uninstall the safety dot app as it completely slowed down the downloading in my DiGGz xenon kodi build

Myfirestreams 05/08/2020 - 7:00 pm

Thanks for letting us know about this issue. Have you tested the vpn safety dot with other build downloads? It could be that you were experiencing slow download speeds due to high load on the build server. Also, it may be worth looking at the VPN server you are connected to. We will look into this issue and comment back.

IAN ROBERTSON 05/08/2020 - 8:40 pm

Tks so much for your response.I haven’t tried the safetydot with another build.I really like my Diggz build and I don’t know if this particular build creates a higher load on the server. My VPN is IPVanish and it’s set to use the best server in canada which varies between Vancouvet, Toronto and Monreal. I would be very interested to hear from you further after you have had a chance to look into this issue. Thanks again. IAN

Myfirestreams 05/19/2020 - 4:41 pm

We tested out this service including Diggz builds and we did not notice any difference. My thoughts are that the VPN server you were connected to at the time may have been overloaded thus creating slower speeds or Diggz hosting servers were experiencing issues at that time. IPVanish can be tricky to get the best connection. We highly suggest manually selecting a server and running speed tests. You can see their full server list and load on their website under your account page. Use that list to see which servers have the highest load and try those first. Sounds backwards but we have found that with IPVanish you tend to get faster speeds on server with more users. This takes some trial and error but by running a speed test on each server you should be able to find a good medium. Most Kodi builds come with a speed test addon. We suggest using that instead of a speed test app. This will give you better results for streaming on Kodi. Good luck!

Steve 05/12/2020 - 5:13 am

Hi. I assume that this can’t be downloaded & used for iPads / iPhones as I would like to make sure I’m connected when using online banking. Sometimes I forget to connect my IPVanish

Myfirestreams 05/19/2020 - 4:36 pm

Sorry, this is for Android only. When using a VPN on iPad/Phone you can look at your top bar and you should see VPN if there is an active VPN connection. You may be required to swipe down on it to see the full status.

Steve 05/12/2020 - 5:15 am

I assume you can’t download and use this on iPad/iPhones as would like to be safe when using on line banking

billy 06/29/2020 - 12:27 pm

Would like to see the ability to enable the indicator dot to be showing all the time
running app with surfshark

Phil B. 10/06/2020 - 11:11 am

Does this work on stand alone Android Boxes such as MXQ [email protected]

Myfirestreams 10/07/2020 - 2:39 pm

Should work just fine on that device.

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