There are two types of Amazon Alexa skills, Lollipop Show and Lollipop Camera, for Lollipop Baby Camera. In the following section, the relevant voice commands will be illustrated respectively.
Basically Lollipop Show provides just one type of commands for you to watch the live view of your camera.
You may say,
“Alexa, show the nursery camera,” or
“Alexa, show the nursery.”
If you’re looking forward to asking Lollipop to report recent events, play music, or turn off the camera, you’ll need to enable “Lollipop Camera” skill.
With Lollipop Camera skill, you may ask Lollipop to provide information, play music, or change basic setting of your camera.
If you’d like to ask your Alexa device to provide information of your camera, you may say,
“Alexa, ask Lollipop to report recent events.”
If you’re look forward to playing some music or white sound with Lollipop Baby Camera for your baby, you may ask Alexa,
“Alexa, ask Lollipop to play music,”
“Alexa, ask Lollipop to play sound,”
“Alexa, ask Lollipop to play Music Four,” or
“Alexa, ask Lollipop to play Sound Five.”
Here are music playlist and sound playlist for your information.
|Music One:||Rachmaninov 32|
|Music Two:||Chopin 10|
|Music Three:||Chopin 57|
|Music Four:||Mozart 622 I|
|Music Five:||Mozart 622 II|
|Music Six:||Mozart 622 III|
|Sound One:||Hair Dryer|
|Sound Two:||Sea Wave|
|Sound Five:||White Noise|
Just a reminder, when you ask Lollipop to play some music or white sound without any given number, your camera’ll play Music One or Sound One by default.
To stop playing music or sound, you just need to say,
“Alexa, ask Lollipop to stop playing music,” or
“Alexa, ask Lollipop to stop playing sound.”
When you’d like to turn on/off private connection or turn on/off your camera, you may say,
“Alexa, ask Lollipop to turn on/off private connection,” or
“Alexa, ask Lollipop to turn on/off the camera.”
Don’t forget to enable “Lollipop Show” skill if you’re looking forward to watching the live view from your Alexa supported video devices.
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