How to Reconnect Alexa

How to reconnect Alexa  ? Well, to do that you must enter the smart speaker into Alexa Setup mode first. There, you choose the wireless network you’d like to have the speaker reconnect with, via the Alexa app. You can do this on either your desktop computer or mobile device. Now below, we walk you … Continue reading How to Reconnect Alexa

Reconnecting Honeywell RTH9580WF

You might need to reconnect your Honeywell RTH9580WF smart thermostat (t-stat) to the internet, by changing a new WiFi network. Perhaps you moved the t-stat, and the WiFi it worked with before went out of range. So in this post, we cover reconnecting Honeywell Thermostat RTH9580WF to WiFi network, and offer how-to, step-by-step instructions to … Continue reading Reconnecting Honeywell RTH9580WF

How to Connect WiFi on Denon S 32 Radio

Now and then, you must change the default WiFi network on the Denon S-32 internet radio.  Why?  Because perhaps your WiFi network has changed SSID names or passwords. Or, your office IT expert asks you to move your S-32 to a less busy network.  Or, perhaps you were connecting to a city Wi-Fi hotspot that … Continue reading How to Connect WiFi on Denon S 32 Radio

How to Reconnect Echo Dot to New WiFi

You need not completely erase your Amazon Echo settings in the Alexa app in order to reconnect Echo Dot to new WiFi. Armed with your tablet or phone with the Amazon Alexa app, reconnecting your Dot to a different WiFi network is a snap, as follows. We assume here that the Amazon Alexa App has … Continue reading How to Reconnect Echo Dot to New WiFi

Reconnecting WiFi on Harman Kardon Invoke

Unfortunately, there’s currently no way of just reconnecting WiFi on the Harman Kardon Invoke Microsoft Cortana smart speaker.  Thus, to reconnect to Wi-Fi, but to a different wireless network, you must first completely reset the this speaker to factory default state.  Then, run through the setup procedure again. E.g. This involves setting up a brand … Continue reading Reconnecting WiFi on Harman Kardon Invoke