How To Connect To Alexa Without Wifi?

How To Connect To Alexa Without Wifi
Will Amazon Alexa Work Without Wi-fi? The draw and appeal of   (or Alexa, as it is commonly known) include a variety of abilities ranging from instant news updates, streaming music, and having questions answered about any topic on a whim! While Alexa is growing more popular each day, there are alternative ways to put your Amazon Alexa to use.

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Can Alexa be used as a Bluetooth speaker without Wi-Fi?

Pair your Echo speaker with a Bluetooth-enabled device. – To use your Echo device as a Bluetooth speaker for your smartphone, tablet or other Bluetooth-enabled device, follow the below steps.

Ensure your device is in range of your Echo speaker. Disconnect any existing Bluetooth connections with the command, “Alexa, disconnect.” Set your smartphone, tablet or other device to Bluetooth paring mode. Set your Echo device to pairing mode with the command, “Alexa, pair.” She’ll confirm with, “Searching” On your phone, tablet or other device, select your Echo speaker under Bluetooth settings. Alexa will announce the successful connection. Having configured the connection, you can reinitiate it any time the devices are in range, with Bluetooth, active by issuing the command, “Alexa, pair with ” or “Alexa, connect to,”

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Where is the pair button on Alexa?

How to connect Alexa to Bluetooth – OK, maybe you want to connect your phone to your smart speaker to just, you know, use it as a speaker. Doing so the first time is pretty similar to connecting to Wi-Fi, but it gets easier. Before connecting any devices, you first need to make sure your phone’s Bluetooth is enabled. To check, go to Settings > Bluetooth, Toggle Bluetooth to on. Now, let’s talk about connecting to another device. Some Echo devices, like the Echo Frames or Echo Auto, rely on Bluetooth connections to your phone. Eli Blumenthal/CNET First, open the Alexa app and tap Devices, then Echo & Alexa, Select the device you want to use, then tap Bluetooth Devices, Tap Pair A New Device,

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The Echo will search for devices to pair with and show a list of available devices. Tap the one you want to use. Once paired, you’ll be able to cast the music or podcasts of your choice directly to the smart speaker or display by activating Bluetooth on your phone. Now that your Bluetooth is on and connected, you can use voice commands to connect in the future.

Simply say, “Alexa, connect to ” to connect or “Alexa, disconnect from ” to disconnect. If you want to connect your Echo to other speakers, you can also do that by scrolling down on the device screen, past Bluetooth Devices and Wi-Fi Network, to Speaker and Stereo Pair/Subwoofer, which allows you to further customize your sound system.

What button is Alexa Bluetooth?

Download Article Download Article This wikiHow teaches you how to pair your smartphone with Alexa using Bluetooth so you use your Alexa device as a Bluetooth speaker. Using Bluetooth is also a better way to listen to podcasts, since Alexa’s podcasting skills are currently a bit lacking.

  1. 1 Turn on your phone’s Bluetooth. Open your smartphone, open the settings app and go to the Bluetooth settings.
  2. 2 Make your device discoverable. Sometimes this is called “pairing mode” on some devices. Most phones are automatically discoverable after enabling Bluetooth in the Bluetooth Settings page.
    • If you are trying to pair some Bluetooth speakers or something without a screen, consult the manual to learn how to put it into pairing mode.


  3. 3 Open the Alexa app. The icon is a blue speech bubble with a white outline.
  4. 4 Tap ☰, It’s the three-line icon in the upper left corner.
  5. 5 Tap Settings, It’s the second to last option near the bottom.
  6. 6 Tap your Alexa device. Select the Alexa device, such as the Echo, that you want to pair your phone with.
  7. 7 Tap Bluetooth,
  8. 8 Tap Pair a New Device, It’s the large blue button. The Alexa app will search for nearby Bluetooth devices.
  9. 9 Tap on your device name when it appears. When you see the name of your phone or device, tap it and it will pair with your Alexa device and connect to it.
    • Once paired, you can connect and disconnect to it just using your voice without using the Alexa app.
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  1. 1 Say “Alexa”, Say the wake command to wake Alexa and she will begin listening for your next command.
    • The default wake command is “Alexa,” but if you’ve changed it to “Echo,” “Amazon,” or some other command, then use the wake command you previously set.
  2. 2 Ask Alexa to pair with your phone. Say, “Alexa, pair Bluetooth,” and Alexa will connect to the device. Alexa will only connect to a device it recognizes that was paired using the Alexa app first.
    • If there is more than one Bluetooth device available that Alexa recognizes, Alexa will usually try to connect to the one it connected to last.
  3. 3 Ask Alexa to disconnect from your device. Disconnect by saying, “Alexa, disconnect,” and Alexa will disconnect from any connected Bluetooth devices.
    • You can also use “unpair” instead of “disconnect.”
  4. 4 Use the Alexa app if you have troubles connecting. If you have more than one Bluetooth device and have trouble connecting to a specific one with the voice command, use the Alexa app to select the device you want to connect to.
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If you are having trouble connecting, make sure you are not too far away from the Echo.

Advertisement Article Summary X 1. Put your phone in pairing mode.2. Open the Alexa app.3. Tap the menu.4. Tap Settings,5. Tap the Alexa device.6. Tap Bluetooth,7. Tap Pair a New Device,8. Select your phone. Did this summary help you? Thanks to all authors for creating a page that has been read 172,953 times.

Why can’t I connect my Bluetooth to Alexa?

Make sure that your Bluetooth device is fully charged and close to your Echo device when pairing. If you’ve previously paired your Bluetooth device, remove your paired Bluetooth device from Alexa. Then try pairing it again.