The unit will not work when new Duracell batteries are installed. This unit is poorly designed in other ways:
If you use AC (in our case, you have to), all settings are lost when you unplug it, and when you put it in again the volume is obnoxiously loud. Haven't you guys heard of small internal batteries that save settings? So the only way to save settings is by using expensive batteries, and I doubt they'll last very long. BUT...the instructions warn that using batteries with the unit plugged into AC will cause damage. Hard to believe something made in 2018 could have these design flaws.
For the first three days my Alexa worked great. Then I left it plugged in and now it no longer turns on I’m not sure why. I plugged it in and it has the red light and I hit the power button nothing happens. I’m disappointed I was only able to use it for three days.
Can someone tell me how this works? It looks like if I am in this mode, I can't voice play anything nor access Alexa?
The aux also does not support any external speakers? I really need info on this please.
Because I am very disappointed with what I found out. Can I still return this if I threw away the box and receipt?
Giving to me as a Christmas gift. The speaker sounds is pretty decent, but I am a little upset that I can’t “drop in” on other contact alexa thru the speaker but it will do it there the app on my phone...Not the same though. I also am wondering why is it that when I try to set up “Routines” it asks me to choose a device, but my iLive speaker does not show up as an option
Cannot find thhe install app on the play store. I downloaded another app and get all the way to confirming Amazon account and it says invalid web site. Your download area does not include a DL of ilive Wi-Fi control.
I have reset, rebooted,reinstalled etc.