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How do I rename my alexa

  1. Step 1: Open the Alexa app.
  2. Step 2: Tap the three horizontal lines next to "Home" in the upper-left-hand corner of the screen.
  3. Step 3: Tap "Settings" from the menu.
  4. Step 4: Select the device you want to change. If you only own one, this should be easy.

Dec 25, 2017 | Computers & Internet

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Do I need to buy music to ply it on Alexa or is there another way of downloading

hi John.
this is what i found on the internet.
if this does not help you out go to the link at the bottom and see if it helps you out.
Ways to Listen to Music & Media on Alexa You can use Alexa to stream music, podcasts, audiobooks, and more from popular streaming services or from your phone or tablet over Bluetooth.You can also upload your personal music collection to your music library on Amazon and then stream your music through your Alexa device.
Link a Third-Party Music Service to Alexa.
Note: Spotify Premium on Alexa supports Spotify Connect, which allows you to play music on your Alexa device and use the Spotify app on your phone or tablet as a remote. Alexa on Fire TV devices does not support Spotify Connect.
My Music on Amazon from your computer. After you upload your music, you can ask Alexa to play your music and control playback with simple voice commands.You can upload up to 250 songs to My Music for free. To upload up to 250,000 songs, you can switch to an Amazon Music storage subscription. To learn more, go to Change Your Amazon Music Storage Subscription.
Note: Purchases from the Digital Music Store as well as tracks from AutoRip-eligible CDs and vinyl records purchased on Amazon do not count towards the 250 song limit.
Play Music on Multiple Echo Devices. Pair Your Mobile Device with Your Echo Device
  • Pair Your Mobile Device with Echo Show
  • Connect Your Echo Device to Bluetooth Speakers
  • Note: Voice control is not supported for Mac OS X devices (such as MacBook Air) or on other Alexa-enabled products. When using Multi-Room Music, Bluetooth connections (such as from mobile phones, or to external Bluetooth speakers) will be disconnected.

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    Nov 20, 2017 | Computers & Internet

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    How do I add Alexa to new IPad?

    Read this step by step instructions to add Alexa to iPhone or iPad. It goes through the Amazon app. How to Use Alexa on Your iPhone This is also for the iPad.

    Oct 21, 2017 | Computers & Internet

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    How to connect alexa to my friends alexa?

    Make Sure you are synced I hate it but Its the truth !,Internet or wifi connection 2.setup of alexa !! For The help Screens !! Give me more Info Ill i Will Answer you !!! Hope this Helps !! Remember make model ,os And i can help you better !!

    Jul 27, 2017 | Computers & Internet

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    How do I set up alexa amazon tap Bluetooth?

    Connect Amazon Tap to a Wi-Fi network. Follow the instructions in the app to connect Amazon Tap to a Wi-Fi network. If the setup process does not automatically start, press and hold the Wi-Fi / Bluetooth button on Amazon Tap for five seconds. Then, open the Alexa app, and go to Settings > Set up a new device. Help: Set Up Your Amazon Tap set up alexa amazon tap Bluetooth Google Search

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