- Select the “Registered Devices.
- Option from the Settings menu to view all of your Amazon-connected computers.
- Phones smart TVs and other devices.
- You’ll be able to see all registered devices as well as unregister them.
- Much like the internet website.
How to see what devices are using your Amazon video account?
How can I see what devices are logged into my Amazon account?
Select your Amazon account by clicking the small down arrow next to Account & Lists. Scroll down and select Your Content and Devices. Here you’ll see a list of all of your devices, including what Amazon goods they have, as well as when they were added.
Does Amazon notify you when someone logs into your account?
Amazon is concerned about your privacy and security. We may occasionally send you Security Alerts regarding significant modifications to your account or new activity that we want to verify with you.
How do I remove my Amazon account from other devices?
To delete an item, go to Manage Your Content and Devices on the Amazon website. Use your Amazon login credentials to log in. Select Actions from the drop-down menu next to Devices.
What happens when I deregister a device from Amazon?
Select Amazon Account from the screen and then Deregister if you want to register with another account. … De-registering a Fire TV device deletes all content linked to the corresponding Amazon Account. You may re-register your Fire TV with any Amazon Account you choose by selecting Register after de-registration.
Does changing your Amazon password log everyone out?
If your phone is lost or stolen, you should change the password on your Amazon account. You’ll be signed out of Amazon apps and sites if you don’t change your password on any other device. For directions, go to Update Your Password.
What do I do if someone is using my Amazon account?
Report unauthorized activity is a link on the left-hand menu. Visit Report Unauthorized Activity if you don’t recognize, are suspicious of, or have been a victim of fraud in transactions, orders, or credit card payments; unusual password changes; account modifications; or potential fraud. Note: If you can’t access your account, go to Account.