'Hey, Alexa - why aren't you working?'
Users first reported problems at around 8am on Friday morning
By Neil ShawAmazon Alexa smart home device users have been reporting problems on Friday morning.Users have reported being met with a solid blue light when attempting to instruct their devices to carry out requests, such as playing music.There have been reports of devices not showing up in the Alexa app, with users unable to diagnose what's wrong,
Problems started to be reported across the UK at around 8am.Amazon has been approached for a comment.Follow InYourArea's Facebook page for the latest national headlinesService monitoring site DownDetector saw 8,000 people complaining about a loss of Alexa services within a few minutes.Read more: InYourArea.co.uk »
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Picture: PA. By Neil Shaw Amazon Alexa smart home device users have been reporting problems on Friday morning. SAGE warned today there could be a 'long tail' of infections as the UK comes out of other side of fourth wave. Users have reported being met with a solid blue light when attempting to instruct their devices to carry out requests, such as playing music. From next Thursday, people will no longer need to wear face masks. There have been reports of devices not showing up in the Alexa app, with users unable to diagnose what's wrong, Problems started to be reported across the UK at around 8am. Amazon has been approached for a comment. “I also want to urge anyone who hasn’t come forward for their first, second, or booster vaccination to do so now, even if you’ve had Covid-19 before.
Follow InYourArea's Facebook page for the latest national headlines Service monitoring site DownDetector saw 8,000 people complaining about a loss of Alexa services within a few minutes.” The legal requirement for people with coronavirus to self-isolate will also be allowed to end when the regulations expire on March 24. User Steve tweeted:"Been screaming at my Alexa to play music for 15 minutes only to find out the service is down" User Karl added:"Do you know you suffer from first world problems when because #Alexa is down you have to physically turn on your light switch" Alexa is Amazon's voice-based digital assistant that can perform tasks such as playing music and switching off a light when given a command. The tech firm has so far not confirmed the cause of the problem. . The wearing of face coverings in public indoor settings and on public transport, as well as working from home whenever possible, will remain.