1. spydie2's Avatar
    Today Amazon made it so Android and IOS could download some of your prime videos to watch offline. I downloaded one movie to check it out, but I like to put my downloaded movies on a hard drive on my computer to stream over my Plex media server to my TV. I was unable to find the downloaded movie file so I could move it. It plays fine on my tablet, but I can't find where they put the media file.
    09-01-2015 03:44 PM
  2. B. Diddy's Avatar
    Welcome back! Use a file manager and look around the /Android/data/ directories (specifically any directory that looks related to Amazon). It's possible that the videos are saved to a system directory that you don't have access to (much like when you download music or movies from Google Play), because they probably don't want people to freely move and copy downloaded movies around out of concern for piracy (even though that's not what you're intending).
    09-01-2015 07:08 PM
  3. lostchild's Avatar
    I looked all around and couldn't find it either. All I know is that is in Internal memory and not on the SD card. I read that it is part of the Amazon Video app as cache so you won't see the video file. The Amazon Video app itself is weird. It is not listed alphabetically under "A" or "V". It is right in between "H" and "L" so I am guess it is "I" as in Instant or something?
    09-04-2015 09:36 AM

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