Without Alexa and reliable internet connection. Amazon Echo will not process commands, speak, or stream media for you. Ultimately, the solution is to set up Alexa and troubleshoot Internet connectivity problems.

So, without wasting much time on long talks, let's hit the nail!

#1 Set Up A Brand-New Amazon Alexa Echo

If you have recently bought a brand-new Alexa Echo, then firstly you need to hook it up to your home WiFi network so can start up with the Alexa setup process. Echo entirely depends on the internet. So, make sure you have a reliable internet connection.

Plug-in your Amazon Echo to an electric power outlet as it might be not ultimately charged. Do not let your Echo die due to battery drain out during the setup process.
Wait for a few minutes, let the Echo top ring light LED turns orange before proceeding.

Some of the users complain that their Echo doesn't emit orange light, confirming that the device is well connected to a power source. Now, let's move a step ahead to fix Echo won't connect to WiFi issue.

#2 Steps to Connect Echo to WiFi

Go through the below-mentioned steps to connect to the home WiFi network and troubleshoot network connectivity problems:

1. Run the Alexa app on your smartphone or tablet.

2. Connect and try to connect to the Echo.

3. Tap on the three horizontal lines in the upper left-hand corner. Then, tap 'Settings'.

4. Now add your Echo device. If you need any Alexa setup help, get in touch with us via our toll-free number +1-888-998-9188.

5. Next, you have to select your preferred language and then tap on the 'Continue' button.

6. Your Echo orange light will change. After that, close the Alexa app.

7. You have connected your Amazon Echo to your home WiFi network successfully. Now, you are ready to go online.

What If Still Amazon Echo Won't Connect to WiFi?

If the wireless connection is unsuccessful, then the wireless communication between your Echo and router, or router and the modem is not good. Follow these under breath steps to reconnect the Echo to the wireless network.

1. Make sure your home WiFi router is connected to the internet. If your router or modem is not connected to the internet. Try to unplug both devices, wait for a few seconds, and then plug them back in.

2. If that doesn't work, try the same with your Echo.

3. Please turn off the Echo, and then power it back immediately.

4. Please wait for a few minutes, allowing it to automatically reconnect to the home network.

If you are using a dual-band home WiFi router, then you may have two WiFi networks – 2.4GHz and 5GHz. Try to use 5Ghz bandwidth as its more reliable and better than 2.4GHz frequency bandwidth.

If it still doesn't work, try to reposition your Amazon Echo to a new location near to your home WiFi router.

Wrap Up

So, these are some of the essential Echo Alexa troubleshooting tips. If these don't work, then try our advanced Alexa troubleshooting tips. You can also get in touch with our experts via our toll-free number +1-888-998-9188.

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