Ways To Reset Any JBL Speaker

If you are one given to high-quality speakers, you would agree with me that JBL speakers are one of the best kinds of speakers available. JBL is a much popular speaker brand that produces a wide array of Bluetooth speakers which can be carried while on the move.

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These Bluetooth speakers include their small, portable speakers to considerably bigger and powerful party speakers that can produce enough bass to shake a room, like their Party Box lineup.

However, there are certain scenarios that occur that make you know that it’s time to reset your JBL speakers. These scenarios may include your JBL speaker having issues with charging and even pairing and thus needing you to reset the speaker.

Resetting your JBL speaker will save you tons of headaches and will ensure the smooth running of your JBL speaker as it once was.

How Do I Reset Any JBL Speaker

To reset the JBL speaker, there are a series of methods you can follow to ensure that your JBL speaker resets

Method 1: Pressing the Volume Down and Power Buttons

The JBL Charge and Charge 3 Speaker can be reset using this key combination.

Step 1: Put on Your JBL Speaker

Your speaker should be on. If the speaker is associated with a Bluetooth device, the battery light will turn on and a ring of light around the Power button will become solid blue. If the speaker is unpaired, the light will flash blue and red.

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Step 3: Disconnect the speaker from your list of connected Bluetooth Devices

After you’ve successfully reset the JBL speaker, it is advised that you disconnect the speaker from your list of connected Bluetooth devices. You wouldn’t want your phone reconnecting to the speaker after it discovers it again.

Step 4: Put on your JBL Speaker after some time

After the reset, leave it completely for about 30 seconds before turning your speaker back on. When it’s ready to pair, the ring of light around the Power button will blink red and blue.

Method 2: Pressing the Volume Down and Bluetooth Buttons

The JBL Charge 4, JBL Xtreme, Boombox, and Go 2 speakers can be reset with this technique.

Step 1: Put on Your JBL Speaker

You will need to turn on your JBL speaker. You will notice that the surrounding ring and power light will both be all-white.

Step 2: Press the Volume Up and Bluetooth Buttons Together

Hold down the Volume Up and Bluetooth buttons at the same time. These buttons are often located next to one another on the control panel of the Bluetooth device. Let go of the buttons once the speaker has been off for roughly 10-15 seconds.

Step 3: Remove the speaker completely from your list of Connected Bluetooth Devices

It is recommended that you remove the JBL speaker from your list of Bluetooth devices connected after you’ve successfully reset it. You wouldn’t want your phone to re-discover the speaker and re-connect to it.

Step 3: Put on Your JBL Speaker after a Few Moments

After the reset, allow a few minutes before turning your speaker back on. To let you know when it’s ready to pair, the light surrounding the power button will start blinking blue.

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