Folks did you ever wish to wake up to something more soothing than the blaring sound of an alarm? If yes, you can ditch the old song and use the one that resonates more with your taste. Echo Show Alarm sound setting lets you do it. It doesn’t require much tweaking. Just select a sound from the list and make it your own.
How to change the Echo Show alarm sound to your favorite song
The ringing or buzzing alarm clock is no more the go-to way to wake you up after a good night’s sleep. Today, the market is flooded with many digital devices that you can use to change the default alarm sound or pick the one that’s more geared toward your liking. Here’s how you can use Amazon’s Echo show to set a song as your alarm or change the default Echo Show alarm sound.
- Open Settings on your Echo Show.
- Go to Sounds.
- Tap Alarms entry.
- Wait for the songs to load.
- Choose a song from the list.
You don’t need to make any changes in the Alarm settings of the Alexa app as you can do it directly via the Echo Show device itself.
How do I set a song as my alarm?
First, make sure your Echo Show device is updated to the latest version of the software.
Swipe from the top on your Echo Show Home Screen to display the Quick menu. Select the Settings icon from the list of options displayed.
Scroll down to the Sounds heading and tap to expand it.
Next, find the Alarms entry. When found, tap to open it.
Allow the list of alarm tunes to populate. Then, select the desired song from the list to change the default alarm sound on Echo Show.
How do I know if my Alexa is muted?
Just check the Microphone button, adjacent to the Volume (lower) button on the top of your Echo Show device. If it’s flashing red, it indicates Alexa is not listening to your conversations and thus, muted.
How do you unmute Alexa Echo?
To unmute Alexa and allow it to listen to your conversations, push and hold the microphone button for 2 seconds. The front indicators (red line at the bottom) and the crossed-out Microphone icon will disappear, suggesting the microphones are unmuted.
That’s all there is to it. Hope it makes sense!