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Alexa Voice Service (AVS) gives you the ability to add voice-powered experiences to your connected devices!
AVS is a broad umbrella under which several categories of products and services may fall. Because of this fact, depending upon the guide that you're following, or the subject of your question, your question may be better asked elsewhere. Below we've provided a list of some of those more specific categories along with recommended alternative methods of contact:
AVS Device SDK Integration Questions:
If you have questions or bug reports regarding the AVS Device SDK (Android, iOS, Ubuntu, macOS, Raspberry Pi or Windows sample apps), you may reach out the AVS Device SDK team directly via the "Issues" tab of their "avs-device-sdk" GitHub repository.
Please also see the Troubleshooting AVS Device SDK Common Issues page for common solutions.
Alexa Smart Screen SDK Integration Questions:
If you have questions about the Alexa Smart Screen SDK (Mac OS, Raspberry Pi or Ubuntu sample apps), you may reach out to the Alexa Smart Screen SDK team directly via the "Issues" tab of their "alexa-smart-screen-sdk" GitHub repository.
Please also see the Troubleshooting Alexa Smart Screen SDK page for common solutions.
Alexa Auto Questions:
Developer support for the Alexa Auto SDK is currently limited to managed partners. If you are a managed partner, please contact your partner manager or solutions architect directly.
If you are not a managed partner, please contact the Alexa Auto team using the "Request More Information" form at the bottom of the "Alexa Auto Software Development Kit" page.