How to Reset an Amazon Echo Show
If you’ve been wondering how to reset an Amazon Echo Show device, then you have come to the right place. The process is very simple: open the Alexa app and select the device’s settings. Tap Reset to Factory Defaults. Note: If you want to keep your smart home connection, then do not select the option to retain it. Resetting your device will remove all of your data. You can use it as a temporary fix for a broken device, but it’s not always a permanent solution.
Sometimes, a connection problem will cause the Echo Show to not respond to your commands. This could be an internal software issue or even an internet connectivity issue. While this error indicator is not as clear as other errors, it’s an important one to be aware of and resolve as soon as possible. The good news is that the issue is typically not a major one. There are some simple steps that you can follow to troubleshoot and fix your Echo Show.
First, connect your Echo Show to a Wi-Fi network. Make sure you’re logged into your Amazon account. Once it’s connected, say, “Alexa, go to settings.” Swipe down from the top of the screen and select Device Options. Select Reset to Factory Defaults, but don’t choose this option if you have a second-generation Echo Show, as it will remove all personal data from the device.