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    How to reset an Amazon Echo Alexa speaker

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    How to reset an Amazon Echo speaker from the Alexa app or device. There are a few ways to reset an Amazon Alexa speaker if you're having trouble. You can reset an Alexa Amazon Echo by pressing buttons on the physical device or via the Alexa app. The steps required to factory reset your Amazon Echo are slightly different depending on the model you are using.


    You may need a factory data reset if your device isn't working properly and restarting doesn't fix the problem. If your Amazon Echo speaker isn't working properly and restarting doesn't fix the problem, a factory reset may be required.



    If you're planning to sell, donate, or trade your Echo, it's a good idea to factory reset your device to protect potentially sensitive personal data.

    You can reset an Amazon Echo speaker by pressing buttons on the physical device or via the Alexa app. The steps required to factory reset an Alexa Amazon Echo device vary depending on the model you own and even the generation. Here's what you need to know.


    How to factory reset Amazon Echo using the Alexa app

    1. Open the Alexa app on your iPhone or Android, then go to devices.
    2. Toccata Echo & Alexa, then choose which Echo you want to clean.
    3. Scroll down and tap Restoration settings of factory, then confirm your choice.

    How to factory reset Alexa Amazon Echo from speaker

    The steps required to factory reset an Amazon Echo device are slightly different depending on the model you are using. Let's look at each of them below.



    On Amazon Echo Dot (2nd, 3rd and 4th generation)

    • If you have a second generation Amazon Echo Dot, press and hold the buttons Microphone Off e Volume down for about 20 seconds. An orange light indicates that you have successfully reset the device.
    • If you have a third or fourth generation Amazon Echo Dot, press and hold the button Action for about 25 seconds.

    On Amazon Echo (1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th generation)

    • If you have a XNUMXst generation Amazon Echo, press and hold the button Restore using a paper clip or other small tool. Press and hold the button until the light ring turns off and on again.
    • If you have a second generation Amazon Echo, press and hold the buttons Microphone Off e Volume down for about 20 seconds. An orange light indicates that you have successfully reset the device.
    • If you have a third or fourth generation Amazon Echo, press and hold the button Action for about 25 seconds.

    On Amazon Echo Plus (1st and 2nd generation)

    • If you have a first generation Echo Plus, press the button Restore using a paper clip or other small tool.
    • If you have a second generation Echo Plus, press and hold the button Action for about 20 seconds.

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    Your Amazon Echo Show, Echo Show 5, Echo Show 8, Echo Show 10, or Echo Spot

    • If you have a 5st or 8nd generation Echo Show, Echo Show 10, Echo Show XNUMX, Echo Show XNUMX, or Echo Spot, swipe down from the top of the screen, then tap Settings . To touch Device options , Then Restore factory settings .
    • If you have an Echo Show, hold the buttons down Muto e Volume down for about 15 seconds.
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