When pairing your Instant Pot you are asked to choose a name for your appliance. This is the name you will use in your voice commands. In the voice command examples above, the name of given to the appliance would have been “My Instant Pot”.
You may give your Instant Pot another name through the Alexa App by going to Devices, selecting your cooker, and tapping Edit Name.
What email address and password did I use to set up my Remote Control for Smart WiFi App?
If you forgot what login you used to set up your Smart WiFi, you can find the email address you used by going to Profile from the main menu of the Remote Control for Smart WiFi App. You can also reset your password here if you can’t remember what you used.
Which WiFi network?
Make sure your Echo device is using the same WiFi network as your Instant Pot.
What if Alexa is having trouble discovering your Instant Pot?
If Alexa can’t find your Instant Pot, try again. If you’re still having trouble, check the following:
Is your Instant Pot powered on? Make sure it’s plugged in.
Is your Instant Pot connected to WiFi? Check for the WiFi icon on the cooker’s screen. Press the “Power Level” button to toggle WiFi on and off.
Is your Instant Pot on the same WiFi network as Alexa?
Controlling your Instant Pot through the Alexa App
If there is no Echo device nearby, you can use the Alexa App on your mobile device to issue commands. Press the “Ask Alexa” button in the middle and issue your commands. You do not have to say the wake word “Alexa” at the start of your command if you use this button.