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How To Install AppLinked on FireStick & Android TV

You’ve probably heard of Filelinked, an extremely popular file sharing tool for Android and Fire TV OS. Regular people like you and me could set up their own “store” to share apps to our friends. It was a great way to discover new apps!

And then it was mysteriously shut down.

Nobody knows why Filelinked stopped working, but, a number of Filelinked replacements have sprung up. The best one I’ve found is called AppLinked.

AppLinked is a bulk file-sharing application for Android TV and Fire TV devices, just like Filelinked was.

In this article, we’re going to talk briefly about what AppLinked is and how you can use it. Then, I’m going to show you how to install it on your FireStick and Android TV.

AppLinked app home screen

What Is Applinked?

AppLinked is a downloadable content app marketplace. I like it because it lets me quickly download and install files to a new Android box that I’m testing. All I need to do is input my store code on a new device and I can download everything without having to search for each APK file separately.

Although most people use it for APK files, users can upload their own files, including videos, photos, or documents to share with family and friends.

Each code represents a distinct app shop, and there’s a lot of public app stores to choose from.

AppLinked Features

Some features of AppLinked include:

  • Free codes for different content.
  • There are many tutorials and instructions on how to use the software.
  • Simple to use. This software doesn’t have a challenging learning curve.
  • There are no restrictions on how many files you may link to or download.
  • Registration is completely free. To begin downloading and sharing files, you must first establish an account, which is free and does not need a credit card.
  • Efficient. Using a single URL to download and share multiple files saves time you would’ve spent streaming them individually.

Is AppLinked Illegal?

AppLinked is entirely legal to download and use. AppLinked does not host the files, which would violate streaming regulations. The material is available on Dropbox, Telegram, and other websites. However, specific AppLinked applications may be illegal. 

It’s best to use AppLinked codes from reputable developers. It’s preferred if the individual passing along the link is a trustworthy friend or reputable source.

What Does AppLinked Do?

At it’s core, AppLinked helps you find the files or media that you’re looking for.

When someone creates an AppLinked store, they have the option of adding applications to it. Although AppLinked was created to share applications, you can use it to share any kind of file, really.

Applinked website
AppLinked Home Page

When someone adds a file to their AppLinked store, what they’re really doing is creating a shortcut to that file. That file can be stored on a private server, or a third-party service like DropBox or Amazon Web Services.

They are not uploading the file itself. AppLinked does not host files on their servers.

When you create a store, you can choose to make it public or private, depending if you want others to be able to access it or not. You can store many things, such as movies, pictures, music, APK files, and more…as long as those files are shared somewhere on the Internet.

After you’ve filled your store with files, you can share your store code so other users can access your store.

How To Install AppLinked on FireStick & Android TV

In this section, we’re going to walk you step-by-step through the process to install AppLinked, whether you have a FireStick, Fire TV Cube or Android TV.

To do this, we’re going to be using the Downloader app from AFTVNews. Downloader is one of my favorite ways to sideload apps on to your device. It’s available through both the Amazon App Store and the Google Play Store.

In this tutorial, I’m going to assume that you already have Downloader installed on your device. If you don’t have it installed already, check out my tutorial on how to install the Downloader app here.

From Downloader’s home screen, search for and click Go.

This takes you directly to AppLinked’s official home page, like you saw in the image earlier.

Once you’re there, scroll down the the Download The App section and click the Download button.

That immediately starts the download process and a message box appears to show you the progress.

AppLinked is a very small download, around 3.6 MB. Depending on your Internet speed, this should only take a few seconds.

As soon as the download is finished, the installation process will automatically begin.

Click the Install button to continue.

Here’s where things take a different spin. At the time I’m writing this, if you try to install AppLinked, you’ll get a warning message saying that AppLinked is Blocked by Play Protect.

Initially this warning was meant to warn you about potentially dangerous or harmful apps to protect your device. Now, it seems Google uses this warning box to stop you from installing any sort of file-sharing app.

You can click on the Details button to find out a little more.

If you still want to install AppLinked, click OK to continue.

Once the process is complete, remember to delete the APK file from your device to save space.

Then, you can open AppLinked from your app drawer on your device.

How To Upload Files to AppLinked and Create Code

Creating codes in AppLinked to share your videos and pictures is a straightforward process that can be done in just a few steps:

  1. Open the browser on your FireStick or Android TV and navigate to (their official website).
  2. Select Create Store.
  3. You’ll then create your unique store number and unique name and password for that store.
  4. Once you click the Sign Up button, an email will be sent to you with your credentials, and your store will be live.
  5. To add files to your store, Click the Add Application button at the top of the screen.
  6. For each file you want to add to your store, you’ll need the Application Title, Application Description, APK External LInk, Image External Link, a category and whether you want the app to be public or private.
  7. Click Submit when you’re done

That’s it. You’ve created your AppLinked store and added your first file.

You can give other people your AppLinked store code and they access all of the files stored under this setup through the AppLinked app.

AppLinked Codes

You don’t need a store code to use AppLinked. You can browse through all of the public stores to see if anything catches your eye. Many people have compiled lists of the most recent software and made them public.

Here are some of the best AppLinked codes to get you started:

  • 5555
  • 7777
  • 8888
  • 6464
  • 3333
  • 45542222
  • 1111
  • 4554
  • 301851852
  • 588201178
  • 607809938
  • 849320303
  • 799783203
  • 000111
  • 727272
  • 363605206
  • 911
  • 811
  • 727272
  • 475414651

What Platforms Does AppLinked Work On?

AppLinked is compatible with the Firestick, FireTV 4K, Android TV, and pure Android TV boxes.  You can also use AppLinked on Android phones and tablets, Android TVs, and on PCs with any Android operating system, such as the Chrome OS.

Why Should I Use AppLinked?

Applinked is a brilliant option for downloading a large number of files in one go. Instead of having your data scattered across several applications, you may arrange them in a single, convenient space.

It’s also a fantastic resource for discovering new programs and other helpful information.

Plus, you are not restricted to any one file hosting service. You are free to upload your files anywhere you choose. 

The only qualification is that your hosting provider gives a direct link to your files.

Do You Need an Anti-Virus With AppLinked?

Probably. In addition to using trustworthy codes, you should scan any applications you download from Applinked as an additional precaution. Consider an antivirus program such as:

  • VirusTotal
  • Norton
  • TotalAV
  • McAfee
  • Scan Guard

Also, do not post files containing personal information. While Applinked is very safe, there is always the possibility that a shared code may wind up in the wrong hands.

So maintain a paper trail of your private data instead. Use caution when it comes to metadata. Check the settings of any third-party app you’re using to be sure it’s not sending location data from your photos and videos.