How to Remove Alexa from Your Amazon Account: If you’re an Amazon user and have an Alexa device, chances are you might want to remove Alexa from your Amazon account so that you don’t accidentally order items with your voice. Whether you don’t like the idea of talking to a virtual assistant in your home or simply want to remove any Alexa-related activities from your purchase history, it’s easy to remove Alexa and her capabilities from your Amazon account, regardless of which model of Alexa device you have. Here are simple steps to remove Alexa from your Amazon account if you want to do so.
Why do we need to remove Alexa from Your Amazon Account?
After listening to her for a while, you might get sick of Alexa. She’s always talking even when she doesn’t know what she is saying! But don’t worry. Removing her is not that hard. Here are simple steps for how to remove Alexa from your Amazon account. It is usually done within 24 hours of requesting removal. Happy chatting again!
How to Remove Alexa from Your Amazon Account Step By Step.
First, Sign in to Your Account.
First, sign in to your account. If you’re not currently signed in, click on Your Account and enter your password into the field provided. (If you aren’t sure what email address is tied to your account, it will be listed at the top of your page.) Once signed in, locate Alexa inside your Manage Your Content and Devices section.
Open the Your Devices Page
When you want to remove your personal info or account entirely, you’ll need to visit a page on Amazon’s website that displays all of your devices. To get there, go back up to Accounts & Lists in Settings, and then click Your Devices.
Click on Alexa Devices Section: Locate Device in Question and Select it Section: Click on Remove Device.
On Selecting Remove, You Will See a Pop-Up: Follow Through With Removing Your Device and Completing Cancellation Process. That’s It!
Confirm Removal, (No devices can be associated with your account until this step is complete.)
To remove Alexa, you first have to disconnect your devices from your account. This action can’t be undone, so please confirm that you’re sure you want to do it. Once confirmed, all of your recorded voice queries and associated information will be deleted permanently.
Delete Voice Recordings Associated with Device.
If you’re worried about any private information, you might have said while using your device, you can delete all voice recordings associated with that specific device.
To do so, head to Manage Your Content and Devices, click on your device, then click Delete. You’ll be prompted to confirm before it is removed permanently.
Turn Off Echo Input Feature (This will prevent new voice recordings from being sent to the device.)
To turn off Echo Input, go to your phone’s settings and open your Alexa app. From there, tap on accounts and select Disconnect devices. Then select which device you’d like to disconnect. For more information on how you can access your Amazon account settings directly through your phone, visit our FAQs page.
Uninstall the Alexa App from the Device.
The easiest way to do it is by uninstalling it. Head into Settings on your phone or tablet, tap Apps or Application Manager, find Alexa and tap Uninstall. If you don’t see Alexa in your app list, you may need to select All apps at the top of your screen. On an Android device, a quick way of finding all your apps is to go into Settings > Apps & notifications > App info and then select Show system apps at the bottom.