Being a user of Amazon Echo, if you’re struggling with Wi-fi connection issues or simply your device doesn’t connect to Wi-Fi then follow these facile steps.
Try This First
• Try to link the Wi-Fi network again.
• Ensure you know your network password (if needed). If you see a lock icon, a network password is needed. This password isn’t your Amazon account password.
• Authenticate if other devices (like tablets or mobile devices) can link to your network. If not, there may be an issue with your Wi-Fi network. You should get in touch with your Internet service provider, network administrator, or the person who set up your network for support. For any Amazon Echo Help, you can also contact experts.
• Update the firmware for your modem and router hardware.
• If you saved your Wi-Fi password to Amazon, but you currently touched the password, you need to enter your new Wi-Fi password again so you can link again.
• By default, your router may use both WPA+WPA2 for safety. To fix connection problems, change the router security type to either WPA or WPA2 only. If the router also has an alternative to set the type of encryption, setting it to AES only is suggested.
Reduce Wi-Fi Congestion
If you have multiple devices on your Wi-Fi network, you may have inconsistent Wi-Fi performance.
• Power off devices you are not using to free up bandwidth on your network.
• Shift your device near to your modem and router if it’s in a separate room or blocked by an object.
• Ensure your device is away from sources of the possible intrusion, such as microwave ovens or kids monitors.
• (Optional) Link to your router’s 5 GHz Wi-Fi frequency band (if it’s available). Many Wi-Fi devices only link to the 2.4 GHz band. If many devices use this band on your network, your network speed may be reduced. You can link to the less overfilled 5 GHz band for good range and less intrusion. For Amazon Echo Support, you can get in touch with professionals.
Restart Your Echo Device And Network Hardware
You can start your Echo device again, Internet modem, and/or router to fix most recurrent Wi-Fi problems.
1. Power off your modem and router, and then wait around 30 seconds.
2. Power on your modem, and then wait for it to restart.
3. After you restart your modem, power off your router, and then wait for it to restart.
4. While your network hardware starts again, unplug the power adapter from your Echo device for approx. three seconds, and then plug it back.
After you restart your Echo device and network hardware, try to link to your Wi-Fi network again.
Contact your Internet service provider, router manufacturer, or network administrator
If you still unable to link, you may want to get in touch with your Internet service provider, your router builder, or your network administrator. For any Support For Amazon Echo, you can contact experts.