Frustration Free Setup (FFS) for AVS Overview

Frustration Free Setup (FFS) allows users to set up their new Alexa Voice Service (AVS) enabled devices through a registered Echo device or Alexa app on their mobile devices. FFS leverages saved user credentials from the Amazon Wi-Fi locker to create a hassle-free registration and authentication experience for users.

About FFS for AVS

Learn about the concepts related to how FFS works with AVS.

» About FFS for AVS

Frustration Free Setup (FFS) for AVS Requirements

Learn about the various requirements for implementing FFS on an AVS device.

»Frustration Free Setup (FFS) for AVS Requirements

Learn about the UX requirements for implementing FFS with the Alexa app.

»Setting up Alexa using the Alexa app

Get Started with Frustration Free Setup (FFS)

To quickly get started with your Frustration Free Setup (FFS) implementation for the Alexa Voice Service (AVS), use the FFS with Amazon Common Software (ACS) package. Learn about the contents andhow to obtain the software package.

»Get Started with Frustration Free Setup (FFS)

Provision an AVS-enabled device for Frustration Free Setup (FFS)

For user security, you must have signed certificates for your Frustration Free Setup (FFS) enabled devices. Use Device Access Keys (DAK) to sign your device certificates. Learn how to use a SoftDAK software-based key to sign the certificates for an FFS device during the manufacturing process for development or production.

»Provision an AVS-enabled device for Frustration Free Setup (FFS)

Self-test your Frustration Free Setup (FFS) implementation

Learn how to self-test your Frustration Free Setup (FFS) implementation on your device before submitting your device for certification by Amazon.

»Self-test your Frustration Free Setup (FFS) implementation

FAQ for FFS

Learn the answers to FAQs related to FFS for AVS.

»FAQ for FFS