The Echo family of products designed by Amazon has made life so much easier for many people around the world. However, the life of these devices lie within its voice, which is the Alexa app. It is a smart app inbuilt in a smart speaker device that can easily pick up your orders and deliver the work for you. There are several tasks that can be done by using this app, such as play music from your playlist, set alarms, timers and reminders and get updated with the latest news, traffic updates and weather updates. You can also completely control your smart home by connecting the alexa app to your other smart devices. Here is a quick guide on how to connect amazon alexa echo to Wi-Fi:
You can download the alexa app for free of cost using your smart phone. Your smart phone needs to have one of the following operating softwares, as the app is compatible only with these:
You are required to create an amazon account and sign in using those credentials. You can also download the app on your computer through any of the updated browsers through the Alexa official website.
Firstly ensure that the device is plugged in to a power adapter and charger at all times. Place the device in a comfortable distance away from any obstacles for it to easily pick up voices. Switch on the device by pressing the action button. Wait for the blue light to turn orange and the device will then greet you with an inbuilt voice and enters into set up mode.
Your device will give you instructions on the set up processes. You will be listed with all the wi-fi networks available for you to connect to. You need to follow the instructions given by the device to set up your wi-fi connection. The instructions are easy to follow.
Call out “Alexa” and get started. It is the woke word set by default and can be changed in the settings at any period of time. Talk in natural and free flowing sentences for Alexa to catch your commands.
If you have any trouble during the set up processes, you can either read more about it online on the official page or contact the Amazon Alexa helpline centre.
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