Important Note: Your Echo *must* be registered to your developer account
In order to develop applications for Amazon Echo, [b]your device must be registered to the same e-mail address you used to signup for a developer account[/b] on the Amazon Developer Portal. -
https://developer.amazon.com/edw/home.html If you have already setup your Echo using an account other than your Amazon developer account, follow these steps: 1. Visit
https://echo.amazon.com and sign-in with your Amazon developer account 2. Follow the on-screen instructions to re-register your Echo with your developer account. Note that this will unregister the existing e-mail address. 3. If you wish to add back a non-developer account as a user of the Echo, you can do so by using the Household feature -
http://echo.amazon.com/spa/index.html#help/node/201628040 Message was edited by: Sunjay@AWS
My Echo is already registered to my developer account and it doesn't recognize any of the items I created for testing. My developer email and my regular Amazon email are the same. Is there any way to independently determine if the Echo is registered?
Hi, To view who the Echo is registered to, you can go into the Echo app, settings, and then [Echo Name]. From there it should tell you the name of the person who the echo is registered as. If you have two Amazon accounts with the same primary name, you may want to log out of the app, log in with your developer account, and make sure your Echo is still listed and working. -Nick
Are you using Account Switching? My wife and I have account switching on our Echo. When she switches to her account to listen to her Prime Music, my skill doesn't work. I have to remember to switch it back to test my skill.