Find your smart TV, DVR, or Alexa MAC address
While not exhaustive, these instructions are for some more common devices:
On this page:
- Amazon Alexa/Echo
- Amazon Firestick
- Apple TV
- Google TV
- Roku device
- Roku TCL TV
- Samsung TV
- Sony Blu-Ray Disc player
- Vizio Smart TV
- Seiki Smart TV
- Download the Amazon Alexa app to your phone or computer and sign in with your Amazon account.
- Connect to the wireless network transmitted by your Echo device.
- The wireless MAC address for your Echo can be found at the bottom of the Echo Setup screen in the Alexa app.
From the home screen, scroll to Settings > System -> About > Network
From the main menu, choose, and then click or . Look for the MAC address next to "Ethernet Address" for the wired network or "Wi-Fi address" for the wireless connection. Alternatively, you may find the MAC address printed on the UPC label on the Apple TV box.
From, select , and then . Your MAC address will appear on the screen.
From the Roku home screen, select, and then . The MAC address will appear on your screen. Alternatively, you can find the MAC address on the bottom or back of your Roku.
From the Roku home screen, select, then , then , and then . Push . Scan for networks again, and your Mac address will display on the left.
Follow the instructions at https://www.sony.com/electronics/support/home-video-blu-ray-disc-players-recorders/bdp-s185/articles/00010388.
To find the MAC address on your Samsung Smart TV, open the Settings menu, select Support, and then select About this TV or Contact Samsung. You may need to scroll down to display the MAC address.
From the TiVo Menu, select, and then choose . Your MAC address will appear on the page that opens.
Press the Menu button on the remote and select, and then . The RJ45 (wired) and/or Wireless MAC address will appear on the screen.
From, go to , and then , and then . Both the wireless and wired MAC addresses are listed on this page.