You get the error “We were unable to link to DIRECTV at this time.”
When you set up the DIRECTV skill, the Alexa app or website will ask you to sign in to AT&T. Be sure to enter the ID and password you use to manage your DIRECTV account.
If you manage your DIRECTV account on att.com, your DIRECTV ID may be different from your other AT&T accounts, like wireless. Alexa stops working after you changed your passwordSet up the DIRECTV skill
again using the Alexa app or the Alexa portal
.Alexa isn’t connecting to Wi-Fi
• Reset your router and try to reconnect your Alexa device.
• See if your other devices are connected to Wi-Fi. If not, there may be a problem with your network.Alexa doesn’t recognize a voice command
Alexa might not support the command. Try saying it a different way or check this list of common Alexa commands
.Alexa thinks you’re using a different skill
For example, “Alexa, pause” also works on Pandora, Spotify, and other radio stations. Just say the name of the app at the end of the command: “Alexa, pause on DIRECTV.”Your DIRECTV receiver isn’t connecting to the InternetLearn how to check your equipment and connections
to get back online.Your DIRECTV device won’t respond to Alexa
Make sure you have the latest version of the software. Check your device’s manual
to learn how.The Alexa app doesn’t work
Can’t open the Alexa app? Getting error messages? Check out Amazon’s common Alexa solutions
.You can’t link your account or enable the skill
If you entered the wrong ID and password before, the incorrect sign-in info may be saved in your cache. Clear your cache, and then sign in again with the right ID and password. Find out how.Want more troubleshooting help?
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