How to View Logged-In Devices for Amazon
One of the advantages of having an Amazon account is the ability to log in to your account on different devices. This feature comes in handy when streaming videos. Since Amazon doesn’t limit the number of devices you can have logged in, this could present a problem. Checking for logged-in devices helps to ensure that only your devices are connected.
This article will show you how to check which devices are connected to your account using different devices.
View Logged-In Devices to an Amazon Account on a PC
Many people log into their Amazon account from a PC, using a home computer or one in the office. If you mostly use your PC, there’s an easy way to check and see what other devices are logged into your account. To learn how to do this, follow these steps:
- Navigate to Amazon, and if prompted, log in to your account.
- Click the small down-facing arrow next to “Account & Lists.”
- Using the drop-down menu, select “Your Content and Devices.”
- Locate the heading “Your Registered Devices.” Here you’ll see a list of all devices logged in to your Amazon account and when they were registered.
Checking to see which devices are logged into your account is a good way to ensure that there are no unauthorized devices connected.
View Logged-In Devices to an Amazon Account on an iPhone
You can easily use your iPhone to see which devices are logged into your Amazon account. This can be helpful if you think you have an old, unused, or discarded device connected. Checking will also alert you to any devices that are connected that you didn’t authorize. To view if other devices are logged into your account, do the following:
- Launch the Amazon app on your iPhone and log in if necessary.
- Tap the three lines icon.
- Select “Account.”
- Scroll down and press “Manage content and devices.”
- Using the top menu, click on “Devices.” You’ll see a list of all devices logged in to your Amazon account and the date they were registered.
View Logged-In Devices to an Amazon Account on an Android Device
It’s important to check your Amazon account periodically to see which devices are logged in. This is a crucial step to maintaining the security of your account. You may have an older device that you no longer use registered to your account, one that you no longer use.
The process of checking is quick and easy. To learn how to do this using your Android device, follow the steps below:
- Tap on the “Amazon app” icon and, if prompted, log in with your credentials.
- Locate and press “Account.”
- Select “Manage content and devices.”
- From the top menu, tap “Devices.”
- You see a list of all connected devices and their registered date.
View Logged-In Devices to an Amazon Account on an iPad
You can use your iPad to see which devices are logged into your Amazon account. It’s a good idea to periodically check to ensure that your account hasn’t been compromised. You may also find that you have other devices connected that you no longer use.
Fortunately, the process is straightforward and similar to how to do so using an iPhone. It just requires a few taps on your screen. To learn how to do this, follow these steps:
- Launch the Amazon app. If prompted, log in using your credentials.
- Press the three lines icon.
- Tap on “Account.”
- Locate and select “Manage content and devices.”
- Hit “Devices.” You’ll find all the devices logged in to your account and the registration date.
I see an unknown device registered to my account. What should I do?
This is a prime example of the importance of checking to see which devices are logged in to your Amazon account. Your account’s security could have been compromised, and now that person has access. Fortunately, you can remove an unauthorized device by following these steps:
1. Go to the “Devices” section of your Amazon account.
2. Locate the unknown registered device.
3. Select that device and tap “Deregister.”
If you’ve found a device connected to your account that isn’t yours, it’s a good idea to change your Amazon password after deregistering it. Doing so will help to maintain the security of your account.
How do I change my Amazon password?
In today’s world of hackers, periodically checking your Amazon account for unrecognized connected devices is important. If an unknown device is registered to your account, after deregistering it, you should immediately change your password. Changing your password is fairly straightforward. Here’s how to do it:
1. Log in to your Amazon account.
2. Go to the “Your Account” tab and select “Login & Security.”
3. Directly next to “Password,” tap the “Edit” button.
4. Follow the on-screen instructions.
5. When finished, hit “Save changes.”
How many devices can be used at one time for streaming movies on my Amazon Prime account?
If you can’t stream a movie from your Amazon Prime Video account, it could be because other devices currently logged in could be streaming. Amazon allows up to three devices to stream content from one account simultaneously. However, the same title can only be viewed at the same time on two different devices.
Check to see which devices are currently logged in to your account. If you see an unfamiliar device, it’s best to deregister it.
How do I add a device to my Amazon account?
If you’ve purchased a new device or want to connect an older one, you can easily add devices to your account. Fortunately, Amazon doesn’t limit the number of devices you can connect. To learn how to do this, follow these steps:
1. Using the new device, log in to your Amazon account.
2. Depending on which security settings you’ve previously selected, you may have to confirm your identity by utilizing a security code.
The process is a little more complex if you’re trying to register Smart TV. You’ll need to use a PC or a Mac, which will require obtaining a six-digit code from your TV. Consult your TV’s documentation for specifics.
Are there any differences between my main Amazon, Kindle, and Prime accounts?
No. Although each type serves a different purpose, the accounts are all accessed through your main Amazon account with the same password. When you register other devices, each one will have access to Amazon for shopping, Kindle, and Amazon Prime for streaming videos.
Ensure That Your Account Is Uncompromised
Maintaining the security of your Amazon account is of utmost importance. You can easily see which devices are logged in by navigating your account’s devices section. The process of checking and deregistering, if necessary, is straightforward. The methods to do so are similar for all devices.
Have you checked what other devices are logged into your Amazon account? Did you follow the methods outlined in this article? Let us know in the comments section below.