How to make my Tapo device (smart plug, smart camera, smart lighting) work with Amazon Alexa

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Updated 02-04-2024 08:47:28 AM 346060
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This guide will show you how to add your Tapo device to Amazon Alexa. Once added, you can use simple voice commands to control Tapo smart plug and smart bulb, or stream your Tapo camera videos to Amazon Echo Show or Fire TV.

NOTE: Please update both the Tapo app and Tapo devices to the least one first.

To get started, make sure your Tapo device is set up and online. Here we take the Tapo plug as an example.

There are two options for connecting the Tapo device and Amazon Alexa.

Option 1:

  1. Open the Tapo app, go to Me > Third-Party Services, and select Amazon Alexa.

  1. Then tap Tapo Skill and follow the instructions to link your Tapo account with Alexa. Once linked successfully, the message Tapo Skill is Now Linked will come up.

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  1. Tap the message to go to the Amazon Alexa app. After enabling the Tapo Skill, Alexa will connect to your device automatically and now you can control it via Alexa.

Option 2:

  1. Open the Amazon Alexa app. Then tap on More in the lower right corner and select Skills & Games.

  1. Enter and search for Tapo.

  1. Tap the ENABLE TO USE button.

  1. Follow the instructions to link your Tapo account with Alexa.

  1. Once linked, Alexa will discover and connect to your device automatically. Follow the app instructions to complete the setup and you can control your Tapo device via Alexa.

Enjoy!

You can control your Tapo Plug using simple voice commands. For example: “Alexa, turn on the ‘Toaster’ after two minutes”.

Note: Every time you change the name of the Tapo device, you will need to discover the device again to update its name.

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