Youand are now planning to sell your old one online. Or your Echo device may stop responding and you need to restore it. This means that you delete all personal information that you have stored on your device, from the voice purchase settings of to your personal calendar. To do this correctly, you must reset your to the factory settings.
Depending on which Amazon Echo device you have, the way you reset it may vary. If you don't know which generation device you have, you need to find out. Thehas only two buttons, while the and have four Keys. How to reset each type.
First generation Amazon Echo: Find the reset button on the bottom of the Echo speaker. Then, with the end of a paper clip, press the button for 5 seconds. The light ring on the device turns orange and rotates, which means that it has been properly reset.
Amazon Echo of the second generation: This echo speaker does not have a reset button. All you have to do is hold down the microphone and volume buttons until the light ring turns orange. This usually takes about 20 seconds. The light ring is turned on and off with a rotating orange light, which means that it has been reset.
Amazon Echo of the third generation: On this device you only have to press the action button . This is the button with the dot in the middle. Press and hold this button for 25 seconds or until the light ring pulsates with an orange light to indicate that it has been reset.
Note that you should only reset your device to the factory settings if you have not used it since then. Delete your data completely. If you havethat is not working properly, you should try to restart it first by disconnecting it from the wall and reconnecting it.
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