Picture of the front and top of the Echo Studio Alexa speaker.

How to Put Echo Studio in Pairing Mode

This piece shows you how to put an Echo Studio Alexa speaker into Bluetooth pairing mode.  Thus, you can play music from your phone or tablet or any other Bluetooth source device, through this wonderful sounding smart speaker.





How to Put Echo Studio in Pairing Mode

First, we assume that your speaker is up and running, is connected to Alexa via your Amazon account.  Further, you should have the Alexa app running on a smart phone or tablet that is connected to the same network as your Alexa Studio.  But if you don’t have all these things together, get them up and running.  Then come back and follow the routine below to put the Echo Studio in Bluetooth pairing mode.

1. Run the Alexa App

Find the Alexa app on your mobile device, as we did on the iPad Air device, as shown in the next picture.

Screenshot of the iOS home screen, showing the Alexa app Icon highlighted. How to Put Echo Studio in Pairing Mode.
iOS home screen, showing the Alexa app Icon highlighted.

Next, tap the Alexa app icon to run it. You should see the app’s Home page, as shown next.

Screenshot of the Home page of the Alexa app, showing the -Devices- button highlighted.
Home page of the Alexa app, showing the -Devices- button highlighted.

 

2. Tap the Devices Button 

Find this called out by the green arrow in the last picture.

Hitting the Devices control brings up the Devices page, as shown next.

Screenshot of the Alexa app on iPadOS, displaying the -Devices- page, with the -All Devices- button highlighted.
The Alexa app on iPadOS, displaying the -Devices- page, with the -All Devices- button highlighted.

3. Tap the All Devices Button

Touching the All Devices button brings up the   page, that lists all the Alexa devices currently configured on your Amazon account, as shown next.

Screenshot of the Alexa app on iPadOS, displaying the -All Devices- page, with a listed -Echo Studio- speaker highlighted.
The Alexa app on iPadOS, displaying the -All Devices- page, with a listed -Echo Studio- speaker highlighted.

4. Find and Touch the Echo Studio Speaker to Put in Pairing Mode

Then, find your Amazon Echo Studio in the All Devices list shown on this page.  Then, tap it.

This brings up the Device Settings page for the Echo Studio you chose, as shown next. In this demo, we’re working with the Tom’s Echo Studio speaker.

Screenshot of the Alexa app on iPadOS, displaying the -Device Settings- page for an Echo Studio speaker, with the -Bluetooth Devices- item highlighted.
The Alexa app on iPadOS, displaying the -Device Settings- page for an Echo Studio speaker, with the -Bluetooth Devices- item highlighted.

5. Tap the Bluetooth Devices Item 

Then, on the Device Settings page, touch the Bluetooth Devices item.  Find this just below the Audio Settings item, as pointed out by the green arrow in the last picture.





This brings up the Bluetooth Settings page, as shown next.

Screenshot of the Alexa app for iOS, displaying its -Bluetooth Settings- page, with the -Pair a New Device- button bar highlighted.
Alexa app for iOS, displaying its -Bluetooth Settings- page, with the -Pair a New Device- button bar highlighted.

6. Tap the Pair a New Device Bar

Find this light blue colored bar near the bottom of the page, as pointed out by the green arrow in the last picture above.

Then, you should see the Setup page come up, as shown next.

Screenshot of the Alexa app on iPadOS, displaying the -Pair Bluetooth device with your Echo Studio- page. How to Put Echo Studio in Pairing Mode.
The Alexa app on iPadOS, displaying the -Pair Bluetooth device with your Echo Studio- page.

Now when this screen appears, then the Echo Studio is now in Bluetooth pairing mode.  So you can now find it on your phone or tablet or other source Bluetooth device.  In this demo, we’re looking for the speaker on an iPad Air tablet.

7. Go to your Tablet’s / Phone’s Home Screen to Continue with How to Put Echo Studio in Pairing Mode

On our tablet, we go to the Home screen by pressing and releasing the Home button. This minimizes the Alexa app, and brings up the Home page, as shown next.

Picture of an iPad Home screen, with the Settings app highlighted by an arrow.
iOS Home Screen with Settings App Highlighted

8. Bring up the Bluetooth Settings Page on your Mobile Device 

Your device may be laid out differently.  But in this demo we found the Settings app on page two of the Home screen and tapped that.  That took us to the Settings page, where we then found Bluetooth item on the left side of that page, and then tapped that.  The result was the Bluetooth Settings page, as shown next.

Screenshot of the iPadOS -Bluetooth Settings- page, showing an Echo Studio speaker discovered.
The iPadOS -Bluetooth Settings- page, showing an Echo Studio speaker discovered.

Note that our Echo Studio was discovered as Echo Studio-2RK.

9. Done with How to Put Echo Studio in Pairing Mode

If you’re able to discover the Amazon Echo Studio on your mobile device as we did on ours above, then you have indeed put that smart speaker into Bluetooth pairing mode, and it is now ready to act as a Bluetooth speaker.

Other Posts About the Echo Studio Hi-Fi Smart Speaker

  1. How to Deregister Amazon Echo Studio Alexa Speaker
  2. How to Adjust Volume on Echo Studio Speaker
  3. Adjusting Bass and Treble on the Amazon Echo Studio Speaker
  4. How to Connect Echo Studio to WiFi Network
  5. Alexa Echo Studio Setup Instructions




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References for How to Put Echo Studio in Pairing Mode

  1. Echo Studio Alexa Official Product Page at Amazon.com

Revision History

  • 2020-09-13: First posted.
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