Resetting your JBL speaker can be necessary if it isn’t charging or pairing properly. If nothing appears to be working, you may check the speaker’s power line and Bluetooth connection, however you might need to reset the device. Resetting a JBL speaker is simple and may fix a variety of issues, including connectivity. A detailed tutorial for resetting a JBL speaker is provided below.
Do I Reset My JBL Speaker?
By simultaneously pushing the volume up (the + button) and play buttons, you may reset your speaker. In some other models, you must simultaneously push the Bluetooth and volume up (the + button), while in others, you must press and hold the mute button.
Your speaker will be refreshed and put back in the condition it was in when it was brand new when you reset it. The operation will erase all previous connections and linked device histories. You will need to couple all of your devices again after the reset since the speaker won’t detect them by default.
It should be noted that sometimes you may not be able to couple the same devices you did on your speaker before the reset. If you encounter problems that you can resolve without resetting the speaker, you should refrain from doing so. You may reset without any issues if you decide against pairing with the same devices.
How to Reset JBL Flip 4, JBL Extreme, and JBL Clip 4?
A JBL Flip 4 must be turned on before it can be reset. One of the speakers that could have trouble reconnecting to the same devices after the reset is the Flip 4. Once it is on, simultaneously push the play and volume up keys (the + button). the + button for increasing loudness. Keep pressing the two buttons until the speaker stops.
The light turns off and a guitar sound comes from the speaker. You may start connecting Bluetooth devices after your speaker has been factory reset. To determine if the reset procedure was effective, turn on the speaker. The power button glows blue to indicate that it has not linked to any devices if the reset procedure was successful. You must redo the reset procedure if the button is not blue.
How to Reset JBL Charge 4, JBL Boombox, and JBL Go 2?
Your previously linked devices may not be able to pair with the device again once you reset your JBL Charge 4. Turning on your speaker is the first thing to do. The power button turns on once you do this. Both the speaker’s Bluetooth button and on/off button will glow up if you haven’t associated it with any Bluetooth devices.
Press and hold the volume up (the + button) and Bluetooth buttons simultaneously until the circles surrounding the buttons light up to reset the speaker. Turn on the speaker after letting it go off. You’ve already reset the speaker if the Bluetooth LEDs start to illuminate.
What to do if resetting doesn’t fix Speaker Problems?
You do not need to reset your speaker if it is working flawlessly. Only when the speaker can no longer link with Bluetooth devices or when you have unknown devices paired that you want to remove, must you reset the speaker. Any of the solutions listed below may be tried if the issues still don’t go away.