Who was the genius that deemed it a good idea to take the MOVE option away!? ....and replaced it with "Pin to front"!?!? How about adding a digital instruction manual for those who aren't bright enough to look in the APPS section for.....wait for it...APPS!!!! How about sending a notification to the device so the user knows that there's an update! Here's the real brainstorm....why not have users PRESS THE OK/ENTER BUTTON TO CONFIRM OR INITIATE THE UPDATE!? So now....we have to wait for you guys to "circle back" to fix an issue that wasn't even an issue!!! Who does this make sense to!? If someone says "It makes sense to me".
Providing the user the choice to update or skip an update forces the developer to maintain an increased level of configuration management. The support capability of older releases is limited by all software developers from model train operating software, to database updates, to PC operating systems. The recent updates to Amazon's firmware (since 3 February) have fixed most issues I have encountered where my issues are only with Hulu, and Fox interfaces and not with the Amazon product.
it is in the process of going back to the old way according to aftvnews
A new update rolling out to Fire TV devices has restored the ability to move apps on the Fire TV home screen and on the app grid screen. An update last month replaced the move functionality with a new pinning feature. This latest update appears to roll things back because the option to pin is gone and has been replaced with the previous “Move” and “Move to front” options. Read mor