Fix Amazon Echo Not Connecting To Wifi

Amazon Echo Not Connecting To Wifi

Amazon Echo is a hands-free smart device specially made for home use and it comes with several built-in features. When connected to the Internet, it supports the Alexa voice service to play music, answer phone calls, get information off the Internet, and much more.With the sleek and unique design, it’s become a wonderful addition to any room in a house. With the smart-sensors, you can turn on and turn off lights through Alexa.Wi-Fi is an essential part when it comes to interacting with devices like Amazon Echo. Without Wi-Fi, Amazon Echo acts only as a standard Bluetooth speaker, making it lose its most fancy features like voice interaction. Unfortunately, some owners have experienced Wi-Fi connectivity issues with Amazon Echo. Even when it is connected, it tends to disconnect without any intimation.

Here are some of the steps to check to see when Amazon Echo is not connecting to Wi-Fi. 

  • Make sure Amazon Echo is within the proximity range of your wireless router.
  • Make sure Amazon Echo is away from devices that can cause interference like a refrigerator, microwave oven, etc.
  • If you have changed your Wi-Fi password, connect Amazon Echo with the new wireless settings.
  • Restart your Amazon Echo to try connecting to the Wi-Fi again.

If none of the above mentioned steps help to resolve the Amazon Echo when it is not connecting to Wi-Fi, you can go ahead with these troubleshooting methods.

Method 1: Power Reset Amazon Echo Or Reset The Router

Reset Amazon Echo

  • Make sure the Amazon Echo is turned on.
  • Remove the power cord connected between the power source and the Amazon Echo device.
  • Wait for a minute and then you can connect the power cord to the power source and the Amazon Echo device.

Reset the router

  • Remove the AC power cord from the router and the power source.
  • Wait 2-5 minutes and then connect it back to the power source.
  • When all the lights on the router turn green, connect Amazon Echo to the wireless network.

This method can easily solve the issue and make Amazon Echo connect to your Wi-Fi.

Method 2: Check The Wireless Settings

  • Open the Alexa app on your smartphone.
  • At the very bottom of the Alexa app, tap on the Devices option.
  • Tap on Echo & Alexa on the screen.
  • Select the Amazon Echo device.
  • Tap on the Wireless Network option and check the wireless settings. If you have changed your password recently, it’s safe to make changes in the app. 
  • Tap the Change option and update your Wi-Fi password.

Method 3: Update The Amazon Alexa App

  • If you have the Amazon Alexa app updated, you will have fewer chances of facing the problem of Amazon Echo not connecting to Wi-Fi.
  • If you are using an Android phone, open the Google Play Store, and if you are using an iOS device, open the App Store.
  • Search for Amazon Alexa in the search bar.
  • Tap the Update button.

Method 4: Factory Reset Amazon Echo

  • Open the Alexa app on your smartphone.
  • Tap the Devices option on the screen.
  • Tap on the Echo & Alexa option.
  • Select the Echo device from the list.
  • Scroll down to Device Settings and select the Factory Reset option.
  • Tap the Factory Reset button to confirm the reset.

Now, see if the issue has been fixed and Amazon Echo is connecting to Wi-Fi.