Amazon Echo Plus 2nd Generation User Manual
Getting to know your Echo Plus
Plug in your Echo Plus & wait for Alexa to say hello
Plug the power adapter into your Echo Plus and then into a power outlet A blue light ring will begin to spin around the top. In about 1 minute, Alexa will greet you and let you know to complete setup in the Alexa App.
You must use the items included in the original Echo Plus package for optimal performance.
Download the Alexa App
Download the latest version of the Alexa App from the app store.
The app helps you get more out of your Echo Plus. It’s where you set up calling and messaging, and manage music, lists, settings, and news.
After you open the Alexa App, if you are not prompted to set up your device, tap the Devices icon in the lower right of the Alexa App to get started.
You can also start the setup process from your computer browser at https://alexa.amazon.com.
To learn more about Echo Plus, go to Help & Feedback in the Alexa App.
Optional: Set up your compatible Zigbee smart home devices
If you have a compatible Zig bee smart home device that you are ready to set up, simply say “Alexa, discover my devices,” or tap the Devices icon in the lower right of the Alexa App.
Power on your compatible Zig bee smart home devices or put them into setup mode. For help and more information, go to Menu > Help & Feedback > Alexa > Smart Home in the Alexa App. Amazon Echo Plus 2nd Generation
You can also manage and rename devices in the Smart Home section of the Alexa App.
Getting Started with your Echo Plus
Where to put your Echo Plus
Echo Plus works best when placed in a central location, at least 8 inches from any walls. You can put Echo Plus in a variety of places-on a kitchen counter, the end table in your living room, or a nightstand.
Talking to your Echo Plus
To get the attention of your Echo Plus, simply say “Alexa.”
Give us your feedback
Alexa will improve over time, with new features and ways to get things done. We want to hear about your experiences. Use the Alexa App to send us feedback or visit www.amazon.com/devicesupport.