You want to know how to set up Alexa to WiFi on your Android or iOS device. To do this, turn on the device, choose the WiFi network, and enter the password for the network. Note that you can change the network that Alexa uses, but first you should connect to the Amazon-XXX network. Otherwise, you can simply connect to the WiFi network that your Alexa is on. If you don’t see the option for changing the WiFi network, you can always change it.
To connect to your new WiFi network, first make sure you have your Echo device and your Wi-Fi network connected. If you don’t have an Echo device, you can connect by clicking on the action button located at the top of the Alexa app. After a few moments, you should see the new WiFi network that your device is connected to. Be sure that the WiFi password is the same as the password that is on your WiFi network.
If the setup process is taking too long, you may need to perform a hard reset on your Amazon device. This will clear the device’s software and make it more stable for future use. To reset your Alexa device, unplug it from the power adapter for three seconds, and then plug it back into the router. Once this is complete, you should be able to ask questions to check connectivity. If you’re experiencing intermittent signal loss or connectivity errors, you’ll need to enter the correct Wi-Fi password.