Amazon's series of Alexa-enabled devices such as the well-known Echo can play vital role in making our lives more comfortable, but if there is no Wifi connection, Alexa is concluded to be inoperative.
There could be various reasons behind the inability of your Alexa to be connected to the WiFi. But in order to assist you in getting your virtual assistant online, you need to follow the troubleshooting tips mentioned below.
Before you assume that your Alexa-enabled device is at fault, it's highly recommended to restart both your modem and wireless routers to observe whether this fixates your connectivity problems. After rebooting both devices manually, you have to wait for a couple of minutes, then try to establish the connectivity between the Alexa to and your Wi-Fi network. You can resort to using your manual for the modem and router if you are facing difficulty in restarting any one of them.
Besides restarting your modem and wireless router, you can also initiate a physical reboot of the Alexa-enabled device for accomplishing your objective.
Turn off your Echo or another Alexa-enabled device, then switch it on, and then establish a connection to the Wifi.
One of the reasons that your Alexa-enabled device is not able to establish a connection to a WiFi network may be that you are typing in the wrong password. This is the prime reason that leads to failing of authentication.
The most simple way to rectify this problem is to establish a connection of the same network to a different device with appropriate usage of the required password. The most preferred device for this kind of troubleshooting is a device that does not show any signs of trouble while connecting.
In case your Wifi is not able to establish the connection with other devices with these attestations, then there's a possibility that the password you are entering is not valid or incorrect.
As wireless technologies have diversified, we often acquire a tendency to take Wifi signal strength for granted, thinking it can traverse compelling distances without getting degraded - especially in home and offices. However, often your Alexa-enabled device is unable connect to a Wi-Fi network because it lies outside the spectrum of the Wifi. In such a case you can relocate your device to position it closer to your wireless router so that a dependable connection is established.
Another factor that affects the connectivity is the distance between the Alexa-enabled device and wireless router. Further, it also responsible for obtaining an uninterrupted connection.
Although rare, signal interference from devices such as baby monitors or other wireless electronics can occasionally prevent your Alexa-enabled device from making and maintaining the steady Wi-Fi connection it requires to function correctly.
If nothing is working, simply reset your Alexa-enabled device to its default settings to eliminate the Wi-Fi connectivity problems.
For all other Alexa-enabled devices, consult your product manual for instructions on how to accomplish a hard reset.
90% of readers found this article helpful.
2 vote : 90% | Click a star to vote
In case Amazon Echo does not give a response to th [...]
Each one of you must have experienced this inconve [...]
Copyright © 2018-19 smartdeviceshelp all rights reserved