I thought maybe someone around here might know something more than I can find out by looking around the net (including Amazon itself and Google). It seems that the later OS versions of the Fire TV box have no provision for ejecting thumb drives. My question is, is there really any real possibility of "damage" to worry about to the drive or its files by not "ejecting?" Other than putting up with Windows being "annoyed" by the "corrupted" drive, should I be concerned? "Googled" answers apply to older OS, and one user's solution of an ES app doesn't work. (I think that particular user has a one-point higher OS, if that makes any difference. I really don't need any other management that app provides). I haven't confirmed 100% yet of whether "pulling the plug" works or not. I'll be trying that some more, but what an annoyance! Every other device I've ever used, be it a computer, a capture box, a stand-alone "server" with playback capabilities, to even my latest two televisions themselves, has an "eject" feature for USB drives. Thanks.