Why Your Amazon Echo Has a Yellow Light and How to Remove It

Does your Amazon Echo have a yellow light ring and you don’t know why? Don’t worry, it’s nothing serious, it’s Alexa wanting to tell you something and that’s it.

You want to know what? Discover the meaning of the yellow light on your Amazon Echo Dot.

The yellow light on the Amazon Echos are pending notifications, so you can hear them

Amazon Echo Has a Yellow Light

Alexa has dozens of great skills to do a ton of things with, and you can even create your own with Blueprints. However, devices with Alexa can sometimes be a bit difficult to understand, especially when it comes to Amazon Echo speakers.

Not having a screen, they communicate with you through their LED light ring when they want to tell you something. In some cases, it is easy to find out what they are trying to tell you and fix it with the correct voice command. However, at other times the color of the light ring can scare you, such as when it turns yellow.

Generally, we associate this color with something wrong, but in the Echo Dots, it is not, so you can rest easy. So what does the yellow ring on the Amazon Echo mean? Well, you have a pending notification, generally of an order, although they can also be notifications of another type.

If someone has left you a message, an app needs to notify you of something, or another home automation device that makes your life easier has to notify you of anything, the ring of your Echo Dot will also turn yellow. But how do you fix it and hear the notifications?

You will be surprised how easy it is because you just have to tell Alexa specific voice command. When the light on your Echo Dot is yellow or flashing, just ask, “Alexa, what notifications do I get? 

Immediately the Amazon assistant will begin to tell you all the pending notifications, and thus you will know what things you will have to watch out for. Notifications can be very varied, but the most common are those listed above. Once it does, the yellow light will stop flashing.

Did you think it would be worse? Rest assured, your Echo Dot will not have to visit technical service for that.

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