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Old 11-30-2018, 04:20 PM   #4
haertig
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Originally Posted by Tarana View Post
... I play all the non-Audible stuff from my Nano and it works fine with Echo 1 and Echo 2 ...
This is what I don't understand.

I assume your "Nano" is some kind of MP3 playback device (I'm not familiar with it). So how does your Nano "work with" your Echo 1 / Echo 2?

I know you can connect speakers to a Dot. This is an outgoing connection from the Dot to the speaker, either using a directly connected cable or bluetooth. So whatever the Dot is playing, can be sent to a connected speaker instead. You are substituting an external speaker for the built-in Dot speaker. I do this all the time.

My question is, how do you get your Dot (or Echo 1 or Echo 2 or whatever device you have) to play back MP3's that are stored on your Nano? How does your Dot/Echo interface with your Nano?
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