PI have a problem of making Alexa in raspberry pi
lakshminarayanan last edited by lakshminarayanan
Am following this link
passed the voice test
But Alexa not working mic and speaker is perfectly working
Also working audio output
Mic ( webcam mic)
It's show some errors command of Alexa stsrt ! ![0_1588495499503_IMG-20200503-WA0087.jpeg](Uploading 30%)
salmanfaris last edited by
Hi @lakshminarayanan, can you please share the whole error log? from the screenshot we can see that the Alexa installation is not completed! (Make Error).
also, can you check the r audio setup is correct by running the following.
Then Run the Provided Installation Script
lakshminarayanan last edited by
@salmanfaris I have a problem
Alexa was successfully working at start time
That's time the audio play in. TV
HDMI to HDMI (connection)
After I try to connect my speaker through audio jack ... It's not working
Again I try to connect TV
But now I didn't get the clear voice output it's like verry irritating voice (verry delay)
Pls help me to recover the original voice (sound) of Alexa
lakshminarayanan last edited by
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