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*** READ THIS IF YOU HAVE TROUBLE SETTING UP YOUR ECHO TO WIFI

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Re: *** READ THIS IF YOU HAVE TROUBLE SETTING UP YOUR ECHO TO WIFI
« Reply #15 on: September 22, 2020, 04:15:32 pm »
what hub and what router model?   

Re: *** READ THIS IF YOU HAVE TROUBLE SETTING UP YOUR ECHO TO WIFI
« Reply #16 on: September 23, 2020, 02:05:57 am »
what hub and what router model?   
Hub is Vodafone
Access point are TP Link

Re: *** READ THIS IF YOU HAVE TROUBLE SETTING UP YOUR ECHO TO WIFI
« Reply #17 on: September 23, 2020, 04:20:43 am »
Hub is Vodafone
Access point are TP Link

still need the model numbers.   that is the only way to know if it could be a device problem.  one thing for sure, you need to move your hub.  signals to and from the tv can cause problems with other signals.  also make sure everything is using 2.4 and not 5.

Re: *** READ THIS IF YOU HAVE TROUBLE SETTING UP YOUR ECHO TO WIFI
« Reply #18 on: July 04, 2021, 04:27:26 am »
Atten: Old-Bodger

Just wanted to pass on my thanks because without reading your post I was about to return my second Echo 4th Gen because I couldn't get it to connect to my wifi, despite me having a decent level of competence using routers & wifi.
I was pretty close to throwing my Echo ball as hard as I could into a brick wall but then I came across this post of yours with the secret alexa.amazon.com URL.
After returning one Echo and failing umpteen times to get setup completed, continually being told my (correct) password was wrong, I entered the Secret URL and it worked first go. I'm still stunned. From bamboo under fingernails pain to painless.
So again, I thank you Bodger.
I'm taking a break before trying to get Zigbee to work no doubt that's going to be less than straightforward.
Cheers, Mikey