Ask Alexa to play music or the news, check weather, control your smart home and more. Simply say, "Alexa" and ask her a question or give her a command and she'll give you all sorts of useful information.
Update: 12/19/17, Pandora is now available via Alexa voice services. Just download the latest firmware version and ask "Alexa, play Pandora".
Update: 1/2/18, Spotify is now available via Alexa voice services. Just download the latest firmware version and ask "Alexa, play Pandora".
That's why we're working on an update that will allow you to use Alexa to control Spotify and Sirus XM radio. In the meantime, we've made it easy for you to stream these services right from our iLive WiFi app or using Bluetooth.
We've created a comprehensive video to help you setup and operate your new Wireless Speaker with Amazon Alexa (ISWFV387G).
Because Wifi networks can have different security levels and connection requirements you may need to connect to your WiFi network using the "Alternative" method.
1. First, following the instructions on the App open the WiFi menu of your phone or tablet device.
2. Then, in the list of WiFi networks availible on your mobile device select the network labeled iLive_ISWFV387_ and connect to it.
3. Next, return to the App and select the name of the WiFi network in your home, enter the password, and press continue.
4. The App will then automaticly connect your speaker to the network.
5. Once the speaker has connected to the network the speaker will announce "WiFi Connected."
Your Amazon account has not been synced to the speaker. Please enter the iLive WiFi App and log into your Amazon account to enable Alexa.
You can adjust the volume a verity of ways.
Yes, you can pair up to six speakers together on your home network and have them all play simultaneously and synchronized. When synchronized each speaker will have independent volume control.
When multiple speakers are synchronized the main control speaker will have access to Alexa Voice Services but the assistant speakers will not, because they are playing the content from the control speaker. When these speakers are no longer synchronized together each individual speaker will have access to Alexa.
Yes, you can have multiple ISWFV387 speakers on your network operating independently. They can each access and play different musical content and each will have Alexa Voice Services.
Alexa calling and messaging is not supported with 3rd party devices but you can use the Alexa app directly instead.
Please make sure you have updated your iLive speaker to the latest firmware in the iLive WiFi App.
Periodically, there will be new features, functions, or updates that need to be applied to these speakers. When these updates are available you will notice a NEW icon next to the settings menu (Gear shaped symbol) of the speaker.
The downloading and installation of this software will begin automatically. The speaker will reboot and announce when the software has been successfully installed.