In order to set up an Amazon Alexa device, you need to connect your device to your WiFi network. Once the network has been configured, Alexa will say “you’ve connected” or “go back to the Alexa app” depending on your device type. Next, select your device from the list of WiFi networks and enter the appropriate password. Repeat this process for the other devices in your home network. This step will allow you to use your Alexa device to make calls to other devices.
You’ll need to find the Amazon-XXX WiFi network. Then, connect your device to that network. Next, you’ll need to change your WiFi network. Choose the same network as your Alexa device, or create a new one. If you’re having trouble connecting your device to the new network, you may need to reset the device first. If you’re unsure of how to reset an Echo device, consult the user guide provided by Amazon.
To connect your Echo device to your computer, open the Alexa app on your smartphone or tablet. Select “Devices” from the list. On the next screen, click the “Alexa and Wi-Fi” tab. Choose your Amazon Echo device from the list of devices. Next, click on “Connect to Wi-Fi” and select “connect to Alexa.” You’ll need to enter a password, if you’re not already signed in to the network. Once you’ve done this, click “OK” to confirm the connection.