Depending on the Amazon Echo device you have, the way you reset it may be different, so if you don't don't know what generation of the device you own, you have to figure it out. Thehas only two buttons, while the and have four. tests. Here's how to reset each type.
First Generation Amazon Echo: Locate the reset button on the bottom of the Echo speaker. Then use the end of a paper clip to hold the button for 5 seconds. The light ring on the device turns orange and rotates, meaning it has been reset correctly.
Second Generation Amazon Echo: This Echo speaker does not have a reset button – just hold down the microphone and Volume Down buttons until the light ring turns orange. This usually takes about 20 seconds. The light ring turns on and off with a rotating orange light, which means it has been reset.
Third Generation Amazon Echo: On this device, all you have to do is press the Action button. . That is the button with the dot in the middle. Hold for 25 seconds, or until the light ring pulsates with a rotating amber light to indicate it has reset.
Note that you should only reset your device when you are no longer using it or last but not least troubleshooting the device. A factory reset will completely erase your data. If you are havingyou should try restarting it first by unplugging it and then plugging it back in to see if a soft reset will solve your problem.  Need more smart speaker tips? Here's and .