My whole family got a kindle last Christmas. It is not uncommon to have multiple people streaming at once. We don't watch tv so most of our shows come from the internet.
We have started reaching our data cap and I already have Netflix tuned to a lower quality.
I'd like to lower the quality of the Amazon videos but I can't find any setting for it like Netflix has.
1) Are there settings like this?
2) Is it possible to lower it through a router? I looked at QoS settings but it looks like it is for outbound packets.
Anyway, may need to drop my Prime when its up and stick with Netflix/Hulu if I can't find a solution.
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