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How to Check Connection on Amazon Echo

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Introduction

It can be helpful to check the network status of your Amazon Echo.

When your Wi-Fi network isn't connecting to your Echo as expected, you'll see a spinning orange light.
Amazon Echo with orange light.

This guide will walk you through checking your Wi-Fi network status on your device.

1 Check Network

  1. Open your Alexa app.
    Amazon Alexa App icon
  2. Select the Menu.
    Amazon Alexa App Menu
  3. Select Settings.
    Amazon Alexa app settings icon
  4. Select Your Echo Device.
    Amazon Alexa list of devices
  5. Select Update Wi-Fi.
    Amazon Alexa update Wi-Fi
  6. The Wi-Fi network you're connected to will be listed.
    Amazon Alexa Wi-Fi network list

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It can be helpful to check the network status of your Amazon Echo.

When your Wi-Fi network isn't connecting to your Echo as expected, you'll see a spinning orange light.
Amazon Echo with orange light.

This guide will walk you through checking your Wi-Fi network status on your device.

  1. Open your Alexa app.
    Amazon Alexa App icon
  2. Select the Menu.
    Amazon Alexa App Menu
  3. Select Settings.
    Amazon Alexa app settings icon
  4. Select Your Echo Device.
    Amazon Alexa list of devices
  5. Select Update Wi-Fi.
    Amazon Alexa update Wi-Fi
  6. The Wi-Fi network you're connected to will be listed.
    Amazon Alexa Wi-Fi network list