There are several ways to connect your Amazon Echo Dot to wifi. The first step is to make sure your device is connected to your router. When the device is connected, it will start to flash its orange light. If it isn’t, try unplugging your router and your Echo to re-start the setup process. If all else fails, hard-reset your Echo Dot. This should solve your problem.
Another way to connect your Amazon Echo to your Wi-Fi network is to manually add it to the router. Just enter the MAC address of the network that your Echo is connected to and wait a few seconds. The Echo will then automatically connect to the new network. Depending on your router and modem, this method may not work on other devices, such as a laptop. If the method above doesn’t work for you, try restarting your computer. The Echo will then reconnect to the internet.
Next, you should open the Alexa app on your mobile device. If your device is connected to Wi-Fi, you should see a notification for setting up Alexa. After the notification, select the new WiFi network from the list. Once the device is connected, a list of available WiFi networks will show up. Tap on the network and enter the password if needed. Once connected, your device will show a confirmation message.