How to fix Bluetooth issues on Alexa Devices

Many Alexa users are facing Bluetooth issues, connecting to Alexa via Bluetooth, and then you shouldn’t hit the panic button because there are some solutions that may help fix this problem quite easily. Here how to fix Bluetooth issues on Alexa Devices please follow below:



In order to confirm that the solution works, the first thing that you will have to make sure is that your Alexa device supports Bluetooth. If you are using echo 1st /2nd generation, Echo plus, Amazon Tap, Echo Dot, and Echo Show. It is also important for you to check that your Bluetooth device makes use of a supported profile. If you don’t know what this means, then read below steps:

Advanced Audio Distribution Profile

This is going to stream audio from our smartphones or tablets to the Alexa device. Amazon Echo devices also accommodate A2DP SRC you can stream audio from Amazon Echo to a Bluetooth speaker. If you need any support for connecting a speaker. If you need any support for connecting a speaker, then you can log onto www.alexappguide.com

Video/ Audio Remote control Profile

With this profile, you can use hands-free voice control at the time when you connect your Smartphone or tablet to the Alexa device.

Check Bluetooth Device Batteries

If you are using a Bluetooth device that comes with a non-removal battery, then you will have to ensure that the device is fully charged, charged battery on time. If the device contains replaceable batteries, then you should replace current batteries with new ones which are fully charged

Check If There is any Interference

It is also important for you to move your Alexa and Bluetooth device from all those sources that could cause interference. These sources include baby monitors, microwave ovens, and wireless devices. Besides that YOUR Bluetooth device is in the proximity f Alexa device at the time of pairing it.

Clear All Bluetooth Devices

For Echo Devices:

  1. Open the Alexa app followed by going to the ‘menu’ and then, selecting ‘settings’. If you are not able to find this menu, then you can reach out to the individuals who offer supports for Amazon Echo.

  2. Select the device you are using followed by selecting Bluetooth.

  3. Choose your device from the list followed by selecting Forget. Do the same for other Bluetooth devices as well.

For Amazon Tap:

  1. Start off with opening the Alexa app followed by going to the menu, then selecting Settings.

  2. Choose your amazons tap, then you will have to perform Amazon Echo Tap Setup

  3. Select Bluetooth and then, Select Clear.

For Echo Show:

  1. Give the device command, go to settings /however down from the top of the device's screen to select settings. If your commands are being unheard by Alexa, then you will have to take Amazon Echo help.

  2. Select Bluetooth Option.

  3. Select the INFO icon, which is given right next to the Amazon show name on the list followed by selecting Forget Device. Do the same for other Bluetooth devices as well.

Once all the devices are cleared, you can restart your Bluetooth and Alexa devices.

Pairing Bluetooth Devices Again

For Echo Show:

  • You need to say Pair My Phone as this will make your Echo show ready for pairing. If pairing doesn’t happen, then you should do Amazon Echo Setup.

  • Open Bluetooth setting menu on your Smartphone or tablet and then select Echo Show.

  • You can stream audio from your Smartphone to Echo Show. Once Alexa tells you that the connection was made successfully.

For Amazon Tap and Echo Devices:

  1. Launch settings for your Smartphone or tablet and turn the Bluetooth on. Do this when you are close to the Alexa device.

  2. Say Pair as this will make your Alexa Device enter pairing mode.

  3. From the Bluetooth settings menu on the Smartphone or tablet, choose Alexa devices. You are going to inform by Alexa whether the connection was successful or not.

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