If you have a problem with Alexa slowing down, you may need to restart it. This can be a problem if your router is near the Alexa device. It can also happen if you place it near your internet connection. In such a case, unplugging the power adapter will wipe the cache from your device. It might also be a case of outdated firmware or weak Wi-Fi connection. Regardless of the reason, you can easily fix the issue by signing out of your Alexa account.
The first thing you should check is your Internet connection. If your Wi-Fi connection is weak or unstable, your Alexa device may have difficulty connecting to the internet. It may also be caused by incompatible smart devices. Also, it may have an older firmware. If you have an older model of Alexa, you may have a problem with your smart plug. This means that it isn’t getting enough power to function properly.
Another way to fix Alexa slowness is to restart your router. You can do this by opening the Settings app on your smartphone. If the problem still persists, try uninstalling the Alexa app from your smartphone. If you cannot find the latest firmware on your device, try reinstalling it from the Play Store. This should solve your Alexa slowdown issues. If you cannot solve the issue, try contacting Amazon customer service.