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This can also be done using the Rhasspy project. It works really well, runs on a raspberry pi, and doesn’t need to connect to the cloud or anything like that. - Source: Reddit / 3 months ago
If you're looking at something you can program yourself: Rhasspy. - Source: Reddit / 5 months ago
I am surprised Rhasspy has only been named in passing... - Source: Reddit / 5 months ago
Rhasspy It’s fully self hosted and integrates with Home Assistant. - Source: Reddit / 6 months ago
If you don't want to reinvent the wheel, look at rhasspy. - Source: Reddit / 8 months ago
I just tried something lastnight it's stayed connected now for almost 9 hours...Here what I did. 1: used alexa.amazon.com on PC to relink the account 2: In the app click on ADT under devices 3: Scroll down and DISABLE the Enabled toggle 4: Go back to Devices 5: Select ADT from devices 6: Scroll down and ENABLE the Enabled toggle It's been connected now for 9 hours . . . Fingers crossed. - Source: Reddit / 14 days ago
This mostly solved my issue but it's a bit of a hack to do it. The other thing I started doing was using the alexa history page on the browser alexa.amazon.com which shows the latest triggers. A few times getting in trouble coupled with their custom triggers solved that issue in my house. - Source: Reddit / 19 days ago
Curious. Try a PC browser, login to https://alexa.amazon.com and link the skills that way. I did mine a while back and remember doing it through a browser rather than the Alexa app. - Source: Reddit / 28 days ago
When that happens, even Amazon support will tell you to use a browser at alexa.amazon.com, which has never failed for me. - Source: Reddit / about 1 month ago
Probably not, but you could try alexa.amazon.com to see if it allows setup. Gotta ask though: why? You need a phone to setup Sonos itself anyway. - Source: Reddit / about 2 months ago
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