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Here's what you need to do before your old Echo leaves your house.
Deregister your Echo speaker from your Amazon account
Before you hand off your Amazon Echo to its new owner, there are some things you need to take care of. Deregistering the speaker from your account is step one. Here's how to do it.
1. Open the Amazon Echo app and tap Devices.
2. Select All Devices and choose the Echo speaker you'd like to remove. For example, it may say Living Room Echo.
3. Scroll down to where it says Registered To and tap Deregister.
4. A box will appear asking if you're sure you want to deregister the device. Select Deregister. Once you deregister, the device will be removed from your Amazon account.
Factory reset your Amazon Echo
After you've deregistered your Amazon Echo from your account, the next step is to. Here's how to reset each type.
First-generation Amazon Echo (and Dot): Use the end of a paper clip to press and hold the reset button on the bottom of the Echo speaker. The light ring on the device will turn orange and spin, signifying that it properly reset.
Second-generation Amazon Echo (and Dot): Hold down the Microphone Off and Volume Down buttons until the light ring turns orange.
Third-generation Amazon Echo (and Dot): Push the Action button with the dot in the center. Press and hold until the light ring pulses with a spinning orange light.
That's it! Now your old Amazon Echo speaker can be registered to a new account.
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