The Amazon FireTV Stick is essentially an Android device that can turn your TV into a smart TV. When you plug the device into an HDMI port and provide power through the microUSB cable, the FireTV Stick boots up and you can run any number of applications like Pandora, Netflix, Hulu, Plex, etc. For most users, it will be used to play video and music only. However, with the ability to run nearly any Android app including Facebook and other social media apps, it will undoubtedly contain valuable forensic data. In fact, even in its everyday use, examiners can find useful information about a suspect. There's even a smartphone app that acts as a remote control for the FireTV Stick. Unfortunately, there doesn't seem to be any user data on the app other than the name of the FireTV Sticks it has connected to when it comes to looking at the device.