Staying connected to the internet is essential for the functioning of many devices in our lives, from our smartphones to our home assistants. If you are the owner of an Amazon Alexa device, you may have encountered a frustrating situation: your Alexa no longer connects to your Wi-Fi. Don’t worry, this article will show you the simple steps to reconnect your Alexa to Wi-Fi and get your device back online.
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II. How to Connect Alexa to a Wi-Fi Network
Connecting Amazon’s Alexa to a Wi-Fi network is a very straightforward and easy process.
1. Plug in and Turn on the Device – Plug in your Alexa-enabled device to an electrical outlet and wait till it has been fully turned on. Once the device is ready and has turned on, the blue light indicator will appear and an audio cue can be heard to indicate that the device is ready to be connected.
2. Connect to the Device Through Your Smartphone – Download the Alexa app from either the Google Play Store or the Apple App Store. Open the app, log into your Amazon account if you’re not logged in already, and follow the instructions in the app. Once you get to the Wi-Fi setup, select your Wi-Fi networks name from the list of available networks. You will need your Wi-Fi password to proceed.
3. Finalize the Process and Start Using the Device – After the Alexa-enabled device is connected to your Wi-Fi network, it will be ready to be setup with your voice commands. Start by asking Alexa simple questions and commands to see how to use the device, such as checking the current weather, setting alarms, or playing music.
- Make sure you have a working Alexa-enabled device.
- Connect the device to the same Wi-Fi network as your smartphone.
- Download the Alexa app and log in to your Amazon account.
- Choose your Wi-Fi network and enter the password.
- Begin using your Alexa device with voice commands.
III. Troubleshooting Wi-Fi Connectivity Issues with Alexa
If there are Wi-Fi connectivity issues with Alexa, the following troubleshooting steps can be undertaken:
- Confirm Device Is Connected To The Same Network: Make sure that the Alexa-enabled device has been successfully connected to the same network as the router, and can be accessed by other devices connected to the same network.
- Restart The Device: Fully restart Alexa-enabled device and wait for internet connection to be established.
- Change Wi-Fi Network: Change the Wi-Fi network settings in the device settings to another network and attempt to reconnect.
If these steps do not lead to successful connection, reach out to your manufacturer’s support team. They will be able to provide further assistance in resolving Wi-Fi connectivity issues with Alexa.
IV. How to Factory Reset Alexa
1. Initiate Factory Reset
Ensure your Echo device is plugged in and connected to power. Simultaneously press and hold the ACTION and MUTE buttons for 25 seconds or until the light indicator turns orange. Release the buttons only once the orange light appears.
2. Connect to Network
Next, Alexa will prompt you to re-connect the Echo device to your WiFi network:
- Use the Alexa app on your mobile device to begin set up.
- Follow the on-screen instructions to select your WiFi network name from the list.
- Enter the password for your WiFi network when prompted.
3. Reset is Complete
Once your Echo device is connected to your network, the light indicator will turn blue. Your Echo is now successfully reset and ready to use.
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By following the steps outlined in this article, you have now successfully learned how to reconnect Alexa to your Wifi. After having done so, you should have no problem using Alexa in the future. Keep in mind that if you’re having any other difficulties, do not hesitate to contact customer service for assistance.