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Prime Photos app is a nice feature which is installed by default on your Amazon Fire TV. Prime Photos app (Android and iOS) enables you to get unlimited photos and up to 5GB of videos and files. However, the photos are not in their original size. There is a neat feeling that you know all of your pictures you take on your phone is automatically backed up and you can view them on your Fire TV almost instantaneously when you get home. By default, the app will sync the photos on your phone with your Prime photos account the moment you connect via Wi-Fi. For most of us, that means our home.
With that said, there are some of us who do not want people to access your photos uploaded to Prime Photos on your Fire TV.
Here is how to disable Prime Photos from your Fire TV.
First, you go to settings -> applications -> Prime Photos
Navigate to ‘Access Prime Photos’
Unfortunately, this is all you can do. As Prime Photos is installed by default, you cannot uninstall the app entirely from your Fire TV.