Alexa is a voice-activated digital assistant from Amazon. Alexa has many different capabilities, with one of its most popular functions being its ability to allow you to seamlessly stream music.
To assist you in using your Alexa device to its full potential, we have prepared a step-by-step guide on how to connect Alexa to your Bluetooth speaker.
In order to connect Alexa to your Bluetooth speaker, you will need the following:
If your third-party Bluetooth speaker is compatible with Alexa, you can control this system via the manufacturer’s app. Depending on your speaker, you may be limited to accessing music only from Amazon Music.
A great starting point before you go searching through your app menus is to try asking Alexa to pair with your Bluetooth speaker. If done correctly, Alexa will respond with “searching.” If you put your Bluetooth speaker into pairing mode successfully, Alexa will respond with “Now connect to [the device’s name].”
If the device isn’t located, you will need to follow these steps below:
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