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I'm not sure. I have a dumb TV with a FireTV attached, turning it into something more clever. I know you can get Alexa to send a youtube video for example to display on the TV via the FireTV. I assume it is a similar method directly to a smart TV. I think you need to make Alexa aware that you have a supported devi… see more I'm not sure. I have a dumb TV with a FireTV attached, turning it into something more clever. I know you can get Alexa to send a youtube video for example to display on the TV via the FireTV. I assume it is a similar method directly to a smart TV. I think you need to make Alexa aware that you have a supported device available, and make it visible in the list of controlled devices within the Alexa app. Have a read through these two articles, they will probably give you a bit of a hint on what you need to do. It might even need a specific *skill* to be able to control it. I haven't dabbled with writing my own skills yet.
https://www.gizmodo.com.au/2018/03/how-to-use-google-home-or-amazon-echo-to-control-whats-on-your-tv/
https://www.finder.com.au/alexa-smart-home See less
I'm not sure. I have a dumb TV with a FireTV attached, turning it into something more clever. I know you can get Alexa to send a youtube video for example to display on the TV via the FireTV. I assume it is a similar method directly to a smart TV. I think you need to make Alexa aware that you have a supported device available, and make it visible in the list of controlled devices within the Alexa app. Have a read through these two articles, they will probably give you a bit of a hint on what you need to do. It might even need a specific *skill* to be able to control it. I haven't dabbled with writing my own skills yet.
https://www.gizmodo.com.au/2018/03/how-to-use-google-home-or-amazon-echo-to-control-whats-on-your-tv/
https://www.finder.com.au/alexa-smart-home

endotherm
· 1 December 2018
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Yes I believe so. It's just that the Alexa skills may be language specific (US English counts as one language, Australian English is considered as a different language) so not all skills will work if you set it at a particular language.
enochho
· 14 January 2019
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Hope this helps?
https://www.amazon.com/gp/help/customer/display.html?nodeId=202158220

Mark Hardiman
· 10 January 2019
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You can use the screen on the Echo Spot to configure WiFi by saying "Go To Settings" and then "Network" to enter the details: https://www.amazon.com/gp/help/customer/display.html?nodeId=G202179270 has all the details.
Raymond Smith
· 28 January 2019
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Alexa turn off screen
June Morley
· 20 December 2018
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A: It takes the time ‘over the air’ based on your location therefore ensure that your account details reflect your correct location
Nolzi
· 24 January 2019
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