[Solved] Alexa Won’t Connect To Bose Soundlink

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Hey everyone! Here to help you unravel the technological web of Alexa and your Bose SoundLink speaker. I know how frustrating it can be when your devices forget to connect together. I have experienced it and searched a lot to connect Boss Soundlink with Alexa. This article is all about it!

Troubleshooting Steps

I was starting to get really frustrated. I thought I was going to have to buy a new speaker. But then, I decided to contact Amazon customer support. The Amazon customer support representative was really helpful. He walked me through a few troubleshooting steps, and eventually, we were able to get my Alexa and Bose speaker to connect again.

  • Restart Your Devices
    This is simple. Just unplug it from the power outlet for a few seconds and then plug it back in—that usually does the trick. Now, for your Bose SoundLink speaker, just give the power button a good press and hold it for a few seconds until the speaker powers off. After that, hit the power button again to turn it on. If it connects then it is fine and you can leave reading but if the issue is still there, keep on reading!

“Even Alexa and Bose are having communication issues – it’s like the technology equivalent of a sitcom plot!”

  • Check Your Wi-Fi Connection
    Ensure that both your Alexa device and Bose SoundLink speaker are connected to the same Wi-Fi network. Verify this by reviewing the network settings on each respective device. Wifi ID looks the same on all the devices. If your network is hidden then you need to find it.

“Alexa and Bose seem to be on a break – they just can’t seem to connect, and it’s not just about ‘It’s not you, it’s me.'”

  • Update Your Firmware
    Please ensure that your Alexa device and Bose SoundLink speaker are updated with the latest firmware versions. To accomplish this, kindly access the respective applications – the Alexa app for your Alexa device and the Bose Connect app for your SoundLink speaker If the apps are not updated you may find connections issues.

“When Alexa and Bose tried to connect, they had a disagreement over which songs to play. It was a battle of AI taste buds!”

  • Forget and Re-pair Your Devices: If you’re having a little tech tango trouble with your devices, let’s sprinkle some tech magic and get them dancing together again! Open up that fabulous Alexa app and shimmy on over to Devices > Echo & Alexa > Your Echo Devices. Pick your Alexa buddy and give ’em a tap on the Forget button—time to hit the reset dance floor! Next, slide over to the Bose Connect app, find your boogie-worthy Bose SoundLink speaker, and tap that shiny Settings gear icon. Ready? Hit that Forget Device button like a true superstar!

“Alexa and Bose are playing hard to get. It’s like a digital romantic comedy with a plot twist we can’t quite figure out.”

  • Connect app to bring them back together: Follow the happy instructions in the Alexa app or the Bose Connect app to bring them back together for a tech Tinder match made in gadget heaven! Let’s get this tech party started!
  • Reset Your Devices
    If you’re still having trouble connecting your devices, you may need to reset them. To reset your Alexa device, hold down the Reset button for 15 seconds. To reset your Bose SoundLink speaker, hold down the Mute button and the Volume Down button for 10 seconds. It’s the ultimate “I give up” move!
  • Contact Customer Support
    If you’ve tried all of the above steps and you’re still having trouble connecting your Alexa device and Bose SoundLink speaker, you can contact Amazon or Bose customer support for further assistance. They have capes and tech superpowers!

Personal Experience and Tips

I know how frustrating it can be when your Alexa and Bose SoundLink speaker don’t work together. It’s like you’re trying to have a natter with your best friend, but they’re not paying attention. I’ve been there myself. I have an Alexa Echo Dot and a Bose SoundLink Revolve+ speaker. One day, they just stopped connecting to each other. I tried everything I could think of, but nothing worked.

I was so relieved! I can’t imagine my life without my Alexa and Bose speaker. I use them every day to listen to music, set timers, and control my smart home devices. If you’re having trouble connecting your Alexa and Bose SoundLink speaker, don’t give up. Try the troubleshooting steps above, and if you’re still having trouble, contact Amazon or Bose customer support. They’ll be able to help you get your devices working together again.

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