Amazon Alexa Bluetooth problem is quite common. If you use different Amazon Echo devices, you should be aware that Bluetooth stops working and your devices do not connect to Alexa. Bluetooth is one of the best ways to connect your wireless speakers to Alexa devices. When you encounter a problem with Alexa Bluetooth pairing, you need to find fast solutions. If you do not want to spend time online exploring answers, just read this guide and fix the following problem: Bluetooth does not work on Amazon Echo, Echo Dot, Echo Plus, Echo Show and Echo Spot. If your Amazon Echo does not connect to Bluetooth, you must make sure your Bluetooth device has a supported profile. Also check that your Alexa device supports Bluetooth.
- Make sure your Alexa device supports Bluetooth.
Compatible devices have a Bluetooth section in the Alexa app. To check, go to the Alexa app, select the Devices icon and navigate to your device.
- Confirm the compatibility of your Bluetooth device
There are two types of supported Bluetooth profiles that Alexa devices can use:
- Advanced Audio Distribution Profile (A2DP SNK)
- Audio / Video Remote Control Profile (AVRCP)
For more information, see Supported Bluetooth Profiles for Echo Devices.
- Charge the battery of your Bluetooth device
Add new batteries if your Bluetooth device has replaceable batteries.
- Check for interference
Keep your Bluetooth device and Alexa device away from possible sources of interference, such as microwave ovens, baby monitors, and other wireless devices. Make sure your Bluetooth device is near your Alexa device when you pair it.
- Try pairing your Bluetooth devices again