The Amazon Echo Show is the premier item of the Echo family. Equipped with a 10.1-inch touch display, the Echo Show is a small device that packs a lot of heat. Whether it’s video calling via Microsoft’s Skype, streaming music from various providers such as Apple Music and Spotify, listening to Audible audiobooks, or watching Prime Video or Hulu with Live TV, you’re sure to get a lot out of this device. New to the Amazon Echo Show life? Let us at Android Central help you get your new device set up.
Here’s what you’re going to need:
To set up your new Echo Show:
- Unbox your Amazon Echo Show, and plug the power adapter into the device and then into a wall outlet.
Allow the Echo Show to boot up and go through its initialization process.
- Once the initialization process is finished, select your language and connect the Echo Show to your home Wi-Fi network.
Once connected, select your current timezone and sign in to your Amazon account.
- Accept the Echo Show Terms and Conditions, and let your Echo Show update its firmware.
Once the firmware is updated, enjoy your new Echo Show!
Once the basic setup is finished, you’ll be able to enjoy all the perks of having your Echo Show, such as Amazon Prime video, music streaming, having recipes at hand while in the kitchen and much more.
Don’t set up without it
You can’t do this without the star of the Echo show, the Amazon Echo Show:
An Echo with a screen
Amazon Echo Show
The premier Amazon Echo device
The Amazon Echo Show provides functionality well beyond the scope of the other Echo devices. Virtually endless recipe indexing, video playback, Live TV and sports via Hulu, video calling via Skype, it seemingly never ends with this device.
With the Amazon Echo Show, you are no longer limited to just voice options. The Echo Show becomes like a true assistant and fixture in your home. To-do lists, calendars, weather updates, security hub, live TV, in-the-kitchen assistance, the possibilities are near endless with Amazon’s premier Echo digital assistant.
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