Amazon Echo Music: How to connect Spotify to Alexa

Amazon Echo Music: How to connect Spotify to Alexa

Amazon Echo is the extremely tool method for issuing commands, learning new things and remotely controlling your smart home. But the Echo’s arguably most popular function is for listening to streaming services such as Spotify.

How to connect Amazon Alexa to Spotify:

Users should first download the Amazon Alexa app from the Google Play or App Store.

Next, follow the prompts to set up your new Amazon Echo or Echo Dot.

Once connected, navigate to Settings, select Music, click Link New Service, and then tap Spotify to input your Spotify username and password.

Now select Default Services to set Spotify as your default music service on your Amazon Echo.


Scroll down to the bottom where it says Other Devices.

On most Android devices click Open Settings, Connections and Bluetooth.

Toggle Bluetooth on, then tap Scan or Pair New Device.

On your phone the list will automatically show any nearby device that’s in pairing mode.

Now is the time to use your Amazon Echo’s smart skills.

Simply say “Alexa, pair” or “Alexa, Bluetooth on”, and it will start pulsing its blue light and searching.

Once done, Amazon Echo should appear in the list on your phone screen.

Tap on its name in the list, and confirm pairing, then when connected, any music or audio from your phone will now play through the Echo as if it was a standard Bluetooth speaker.

Now, whenever you want to connect to that particular phone from your Echo, you can just say “Alexa, connect to [device name]” or “Connect to my phone” and the device will do so.

To disconnect, just manually select the disconnect option from within the Bluetooth menu on your phone.

Another option is to say “Alexa, disconnect from my phone”.

Published at Wed, 08 Apr 2020 13:30:00 +0000