How to reset your Google, Amazon smart speaker?

These days, smart speakers and smart displays are commonplace. These devices make everyday life easier. They make it easier to do everyday tasks, such as cooking and video calling friends or family. They work flawlessly most of the day, but a bad software update or poor internet connectivity can cause them to lose their balance. Here’s a guide to help you fix your Google Nest, Amazon Echo, or other smart speakers or displays.

How do you factory reset the Google Nest Mini smart speaker?

First, turn off the microphone on your device. The lights will change to orange after you do this.

Next, press the Nest Mini’s center button. The lights will be on the top. After 5 seconds, the factory reset process will start.

Step 3. Hold the Nest Mini smart speakers’ centre for approximately 10 seconds until the sound is heard to confirm the device has reset.

How do you factory reset your Google Nest Hub smart speaker?

Resetting a Smart Display is slightly more difficult than setting it up. This is how to reset your Google Nest Hub Max or Google Nest Hub Max smart displays.

Step 1. Hold the volume buttons for approximately 10 seconds on the Nest Hub Max’s back. Your Nest Hub smart display will notify you that the Nest Hub Max is resetting.

How do you factory reset the 3rd and 4th generation Amazon Echo smart speakers?

You can reset your Amazon Echo smart speaker by unplugging its power adapter, then reconnecting it again. You can reset your device to fix the problem if that fails. These are the steps:

First, press and hold for 25 seconds the Action button. After that, the light will turn orange and a light ring will appear.

Next, wait for the blue light to come on. The device will enter the setup mode once the light ring turns back orange. You can then set the Echo smart speaker up again.

Amazon Show Smart Speaker Factory Reset

The above trick will work with all Echo smart speakers but not Amazon’s Echo Show smart displays. This is what you should do:

First Step: Hold the Mute or Volume Down buttons down until you see an Amazon logo.

Second Step: Follow the instructions on screen to setup your device.