Troubleshooting Alexa Voice Commands for Connected Devices

If you’re experiencing issues with Alexa voice commands for your connected devices, you’re in the right place. Below are some voice command examples that can help you troubleshoot common problems. Whether you’re trying to control your smart lights, thermostats, or security cameras, these commands can assist you in resolving any issues you may encounter. Simply speak the command to Alexa and see if it helps resolve your problem.

Error Troubleshooting #1

“Alexa, can you turn off the lights?”
“Alexa, can you turn on the fan?”
“Alexa, set the thermostat to 72 degrees.”
“Alexa, lock the front door.”

Connection Troubleshooting #2

“Alexa, reconnect to the Wi-Fi network.”
“Alexa, forget the Bluetooth device.”
“Alexa, scan for new smart devices.”
“Alexa, reconnect to the smart home hub.”

Volume and Audio Troubleshooting #3

“Alexa, increase the volume.”
“Alexa, decrease the volume.”
“Alexa, mute the sound.”
“Alexa, play music on the living room speaker.”

Device Specific Troubleshooting #4

“Alexa, reset the smart plug.”
“Alexa, calibrate the smart thermostat.”
“Alexa, troubleshoot the security camera.”
“Alexa, update the firmware on the smart lock.”

Network Troubleshooting #5

“Alexa, run a network test.”
“Alexa, troubleshoot the Wi-Fi connection.”
“Alexa, restart the router.”
“Alexa, disconnect and reconnect to the network.”

General System Troubleshooting #6

“Alexa, reboot.”
“Alexa, check for software updates.”
“Alexa, run a system diagnostic.”
“Alexa, troubleshoot connected devices.”