How to Reset Amazon Echo Speaker

Note that if you’re just trying to correct strange behavior of the Amazon Echo speaker, a complete factory reset may be too drastic a measure because a full hard reset means that you’ll have to completely reconfigure your speaker to connect to your Wi-Fi network, which Amazon account it’s registered under, and several other settings … Continue reading How to Reset Amazon Echo Speaker



Changing Wi-Fi Network on Google Home Smart Speaker

You may experience Wi-Fi connection errors when booting your Google Home speaker.  Or, you may notice that your speaker device does not show as connected in the Google Home app.  Both problems occur when the speaker is no longer linked to your Wi-Fi network, unless it is online (i.e. connected successfully to your  network with internet access).  These situations can occur … Continue reading Changing Wi-Fi Network on Google Home Smart Speaker



Change WiFi Network on Honeywell Smart Thermostat RTH9580WF

You might need to connect your Honeywell RTH9580WF Smart Thermostat to a different wireless network than the one it was originally configured with during installation. Perhaps you have changed the name of your home wifi network, upgraded your wireless network router, or you want to connect the thermostat to a different access point in your home. … Continue reading Change WiFi Network on Honeywell Smart Thermostat RTH9580WF



Changing Wi-Fi Network on Sharp Aquos Smart TVs

The Sharp Aquos Smart TV can run apps, as a tablet or smart phone does; many of which require Internet access.  Aquos high definition televisions typically obtain that access via a Wi-Fi  wireless network.  This means that when you initially set up this HD TV, you must program the details into it, of the Wi-Fi network that it should connect … Continue reading Changing Wi-Fi Network on Sharp Aquos Smart TVs



Changing Wireless Network on Victor Reader Stream New Generation

The Victor Reader Stream New Generation media player adds numerous wireless capabilities to the Victor Reader technology set.  You can download firmware updates directly to it without a personal computer, play Internet radio stations, download talking books directly from the National Library Service for the Blind (NLS), get National Federation for the Blind (NFB) News Line … Continue reading Changing Wireless Network on Victor Reader Stream New Generation



Changing Wireless Network on Denon S-32 Internet Radio

Occasionally, you’ll likely have to change the default wireless network to which the Denon S-32 Internet Radio and Network Music Player connects.  Perhaps your Wi-Fi network has changed SSID names or passwords, or your office IT guru asks you to move your S-32 to a less busy wireless network at work.  Or, perhaps you were … Continue reading Changing Wireless Network on Denon S-32 Internet Radio



Changing Wireless Network on Sangean WFR-20 Wi-Fi Internet Radio

Occasionally with all wireless Internet radios, media players, smart television, et al, you’ll likely need to switch them over to a different wireless Wi-Fi network.  Either your current router has worn out (stopped broadcasting the Wi-Fi network signals), or you’ve replaced it with a new and improved wireless router that is using a different Wi-Fi name (SSID).  In either case, you must … Continue reading Changing Wireless Network on Sangean WFR-20 Wi-Fi Internet Radio



Changing Wi-Fi Network on Logitech Squeezebox Boom Internet Radio

Here’s the scenario.  You’ve been using your Logitech Squeezebox Boom Internet Radio on the same Wi-Fi network for years.  Never had any problems with it.  But either your current router has failed (stopped broadcasting the network signals), or you’ve recently upgraded it to a new and improved wireless router that is using a different Wi-Fi … Continue reading Changing Wi-Fi Network on Logitech Squeezebox Boom Internet Radio