You get that whenever you install an app that is from the Amazon market and you don't have the app store either installed or you didn't get it directly from the market on your device. usually the best work around for this is to install the Android TV version from the Google play store rather than Amazon store. Or you you can just download the app directly from the Amazon store.
For example if you install the Amazon version of Hulu and you don't have the Amazon app store active on your device it's going to tell you that you don't own it. But if you install the Android TV version of Hulu from the Google play store it doesn't do the check for the Amazon app store and runs fine.
As I know, Hulu is a streaming service. Or did you mean something else?
I don't have an Amazon account and I mainly want to download and install apps such as Joyn or Pluto TV. Amazon forbids me to do that.
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