You can use your Amazon Echo Speaker connected via Wi-Fi or Bluetooth.
This article explains how to control music from your smartphone to the Echo speaker even if you don't have Wi-fi available or don't want to use it.
It's also possible to connect the Echo device to a powerful Bluetooth speaker to better sound. How cool is that, huh?
Let's learn how to do that.
Using Amazon Echo as your smartphone speaker
If you use Apple Music or Spotify, you certainly like to have a great sound quality, don't you? Yeah, so it's a high-grade idea to use external speakers.
Amazon Echo speakers are usually better than your smartphone's.
Of course, the sound quality is better on a standard Amazon Echo than on an Echo Dot 1st generation, but in general, both devices have good audio.
The good news is no matter which model you have, they all work via Bluetooth so that you can connect your smartphone directly to them.
How to pair your smartphone to Amazon Echo via Bluetooth
Yeah, let's take a look at how to pair your phone or tablet to an Amazon Echo using Bluetooth to stream some music direct to it.
Get ready to talk to your Alexa device and set up your smartphone.
Here are the steps.
That is easy, huh?
Now you can stream music from your phone to the Echo speaker.
How to remove a paired phone from your Echo device
Just in case you want to remove a paired phone or tablet from the Amazon Echo device, just follow the steps below:
And it's done.
Your Echo machine was removed from the smartphone.
How to pair your Echo device with a Bluetooth speaker
If you want an even better quality sound, you can pair your Echo device to a Bluetooth Speaker such as Sonos or Bose, which have awesome sound quality.
Here's the step-by-step to pair the devices.
And it's done.
Now you have your external speaker working with your Alexa device.
Enjoy your new setup and play some great sounds 😉
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