Find out how to delete the audios that your Amazon Alexa has recorded about you since you have it in your home. Find out all the details.

Did you know that your Amazon Alexa stores all the audios of the requests you make to her? If you are concerned about your privacy and would like to erase all traces of what you usually do with your Echo device, you came to the right place, because here in La Verdad Noticias we will tell you how to delete all the audios that Alexa saves about you.

However, before you panic, you should know that the reason why Alexa keeps your audios is only to provide you with a personalized service. This is how it trains itself.

If you still want to delete your audios and even want to stop recording them, keep reading this article because we will present the official guide to do so, without further ado, we leave it to you.

Guide to delete the audios that Alexa records about me

  • Open the Alexa app on your device.
  • Tap on the “More” button located on the bottom bar of the screen.
  • Select “Settings” and then “Alexa Privacy.”
  • Look for the “View voice history” option and select it.
  • Finally, press “Delete all recordings” to delete all voice history stored by Alexa.
  • You will be able to get rid of all recordings from today, from a specific day and even your entire history.

How to stop Alexa from recording my voice?

How to stop Alexa from recording my voice

How to stop Alexa from recording my voice?

To make Alexa never record your voice again, right there in the “Alexa Privacy” section, you should find the “Manage your Alexa data” section and enter it.

Scrolling down you will find a section that says “Select how long voice recordings will be saved”, among the options you will find one that says “Do not save recordings”, you just have to confirm and that’s it, Alexa will not record your voice again.

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