How to Use Alexa As a Bluetooth Speaker
If you’ve ever wondered how to use Alexa as a Bluetooth speaker, you’re not alone. The popular digital assistant is now available on Bluetooth devices. You can pair an Echo with your mobile phone or tablet through Bluetooth. To pair the device with Alexa, ask “Alexa, can I pair this device with my phone?” She’ll respond with a “searching…” response. To pair, open the Bluetooth settings on your mobile device and search for the Echo-XXX entry. Once it’s found, click the connect button. Alexa will confirm that the connection is made and play sound from your mobile device through the Echo.
To pair your device with Alexa, you need an Amazon Echo and a Bluetooth speaker that works with Alexa. There are several Bluetooth speakers available. Those made by Bose, Philips, Logitech, Harman Kardon, and FUGOO are all compatible with Alexa. Once you’ve paired the device, you can begin listening to music on the device. You can also use the Echo as a Bluetooth speaker if you don’t have a wireless network.
Once you’ve paired the device with your phone, you’re ready to use it as a Bluetooth speaker. You can connect to the device via Bluetooth even if it doesn’t have WiFi or an Internet connection. Just make sure you’re using a secure WiFi connection to prevent hackers from intercepting your conversations. If you forget to pair the device with your phone, you’ll lose your rep.