If you own the Amazon Echo, then you would know that it is quite easy to set this device up. You can do it all by yourself. You get voice prompts from the device itself and then, there is an app that will take you through the setting up process. You can do the registration process in order to have things controlled with the Echo app. Amazon Echo Setup is easy and one can do it on his/her own.
So, that’s not a problem for anybody I guess. The real problem is when Amazon Echo talks to the BT Home Hub and every single information that you hear is wrong, thus causing the registration process to stop. How did one make out if the registration process has stopped? Well, there is a progress bar in the application that stops somewhere in the middle. Moreover, the person will get the notification from Echo itself that it wasn’t able to register itself.
Now, if you are facing the same problem in your Amazon Echo, then I would like to tell you that there is a simple fix for this issue. You just have to press some numbers on your mobile phone and get Amazon Echo Help for this particular issue.
How Can You Connect Amazon Echo To BT Home Hub?
If you want to make this connection, then you will have to do a bit of downloading and installing. You have to get Amazon Echo app, which you can download from Google Play Store or Apple App Store. You can also go to www.Amazon.com echosetup for more information.
Select your Wi-Fi network: You have to connect your computer and smartphone to Amazon Echo and after that, you have to get into the home wireless network. Now, you have to find your BT Home Hub and check for the option that says, “show advanced settings”. Click on this option and you will see five boxes. If you think you have done this before, then you will have to select ‘forget this network’ option before opening the advanced settings.
Enter you BT Home Hub details: You have to add the information manually in order to make things good between Amazon Echo and BT Home Hub, which were creating problems before. Don’t forget to add the Wi-Fi password in the required box. Now, you have to copy all the details into the appropriate boxes and finally, click the connect button.
Here is the information that you need to add before hitting the connect button. So, save this information and use it when you try to connect Echo with BT Home Hub. There is no need to do any special Amazon Alexa Setup, so just add the information and you are good to use your Echo with BT Home Hub.
- IP Address 192.168.1.2
- Router 192.168.1.254
- Subnet Mask 255.255.255.0
- DNS 1 184.108.40.206
- DNS 2 220.127.116.11
As soon as you add the information, you will be able to access all the features that you were not able to access in the past. People have tried setting up their Echo devices this way, and they have been successful in setting both the platforms together.
If you want to know more about the setup process of Echo, then you can log onto www Amazon com Echosetup, but I don’t think if there is any need to go to this site. You can follow the above-mentioned steps and that’s it. You are good to use the device with BT Home Hub inside it.
The process of setting up Amazon Echo Dot or Amazon Echo Tap with BT Home Hub is similar to what we have discussed here is this blog post, yet if you have any issue, then you can take the help of Amazon Echo tech support. But, I don’t think if you will need their help, still I am letting you know that there is help available, and if you want to get it, then you can.