A: Hello Tiredoldman, you want to know the Blink Video Doorbell is compatible with the Amazon Echo Show 5 (2nd Gen). The Amazon Echo Show 5 (2nd Gen) is compatible with the Blink Video Doorbell. Hope this has answered your question. Have an amazing day!
A: Hi, Tiredoldman! Regarding your question about the Amazon Echo Show 5 (2nd Gen): The Blink Video Doorbell works well with Alexa enabled devices like the Amazon Echo Show 5. If you have any further questions, please don't hesitate to contact MyTGTtech at 877-698-4883 every day, between 7am-11pm CST.
A: Hi, Lee! Regarding your question about the Amazon Echo Show 5 (2nd Gen): It needs power to show the clock. If you have any further questions, please don't hesitate to contact MyTGTtech at 877-698-4883 every day, between 7am-11pm CST.
A: Hello! While the Fire 8 will do a lot that the Echo Show 5 does, there are some differences. The new Echo Show 5 features an upgrade camera (2 MP vs 1 MP), the ability to look in while you are away with the built-in camera, and the ability to control compatible smart home devices with your motion. Add Alexa to your nightstand - Ease into the day with a routine that turns compatible lights on gradually. Or wake up to your news update, the weather forecast, and your favorite music. Designed to protect your privacy - Amazon is not in the business of selling your personal information to others. Built with multiple layers of privacy controls including a mic/camera off button and a built-in camera shutter. Hope this helps and have a great day!
A: Hello! You can use your voice to play music, movies, videos, or TV shows from Prime Video and supported streaming services on your Echo Show devices. Here are some examples of things you can ask Alexa to do while streaming: -"Show me my video library." (Prime Video only) -"Show me my Watch list." (Prime Video only) -"Show me [title]." -"Search for [TV show]." -"Show me movies with [actor]." -"Show me [genre] movies." -"Open [video provider]." Have a great day!
A: Hi Mom! No, an iPhone is not needed to setup your Echo Show device. All you need is an Amazon account, and you can complete setup on the device itself. If you'd like to customize the device further, or add it to a group, you will just need the Alexa app on a phone or tablet to do this. Thanks for your question, have a great day!
A: Hello DEB! Yes this device is fully compatible with Ring Video Doorbells when you link your Ring account in the Alexa Smartphone app on your smartphone by going to Devices>Plus Sign at the top right>Add Device then follow the on screen instructions to add your Ring Video Doorbell. Once linked, you will be able to be notified on your Show 5 when someone is at the door and answer the door and talk through your Show fully handsfree by saying "Alexa, talk to the front door." Thanks so much for your question and I hope you have a terrific day!
A: Hi Elizabeth, You will be able to link your Blink Doorbell and Echo Show 5 via the Alexa App by searching for the Blink Skill. After this is done, simply ask Alexa to show you the front door! Hope that helps!
A: Hello Sandy, The Echo Show 5 works independently. There is no need for another device to make this one work. When you plug it in, you will be prompted on the screen to set up the device. After set up, you will be able to use Alexa through the device for anything you desire. I hope this helps! Have a great day!
A: Hi Cathy! The answer is yes. Use your voice to create alarms with Alexa. To manage your alarms, use the Reminders and Alarms section in the Alexa app. "Set an alarm for [time] to [music genre or song]." "Set an alarm for [time] to [music genre or song] every day." Hope this helps and have a great day!
A: Hi Patty! Ring devices are compatible with this Echo Show 5 device. To do so, First, you’ll need to download the Alexa app on your mobile device or tablet. Get the Alexa app from the Apple App Store (iOS devices), or the Google Play Store (Android devices). You may also need to update your mobile device's operating system. If you already have the Ring App you'll need to ensure you have the latest version. Next, follow these steps to add Ring as a Skill in the Alexa app: Open the Alexa app and tap the More icon (three horizontal lines) at the bottom right corner. Tap Skills & Games. Tap the Search icon (magnifying glass) at the top right corner. Type Ring into the search field. Tap Ring (first result). Tap Enable to Use. On the next screen, sign in with your Ring login credentials to link your Ring account with your Amazon account. Tap Enable Skill and Link Accounts, or Enable Skill if your Ring and Amazon accounts are already linked. Once the Skill is enabled, tap Discover Devices. Alexa will be enabled on all of your Ring devices. To disable Alexa from a particular device, tap Forget next to the device name. Note: If your Ring devices do not appear after you tap Discover Devices, you can say, “Alexa, discover my devices,” or tap the Devices icon at the bottom right corner of the Alexa app. Hope this helps and have a great day!