This article talks about how to reset JBL speakers. There are many different types of JBL speakers. So, each version has a different way to do this.
When a JBL speaker doesn’t charge or connect, it needs to be reset.
It also fixes other problems, like muffled or low audio, frequent disconnections, and not being able to connect with a certain device.
In this case, you can do a reset to get your speaker back to its best and get rid of the Bluetooth pairing list. In this guide, we will tell you how to reset each JBL speaker.
Forget about the Device that is Connected.
To start the process of resetting your JBL speaker, you first need to disconnect it from the device that has been paired with it.
If your JBL speaker is connected to a computer or laptop, you might be able to hear it better. Open the Bluetooth menu and click on the name of your speaker.
Remove it from the device’s memory permanently by clicking the “Forget” or “Disconnect” button.
The speaker on your phone can also be forgotten. The steps are the same. On your phone, go to Settings>Bluetooth and choose Bluetooth.
Then, touch your speaker and choose “forget.” Now, turn off Bluetooth on all of the devices that are near the speaker. This way, the speaker won’t connect automatically when it comes near.
Restart JBL Flip 4, Clip 4, and Xtreme.
This is how to set up all three speakers:
Make sure your phone or tablet is charged, then turn on your speaker by pressing the “Power” button.
To get rid of your JBL Flip 4, Clip 4, or Extreme, go to the Bluetooth device you’ve already paired with and click “forget.”
To do this, you need to press and hold the “Volume Up” (with a + sign) button and “Play” button at the same time.
Let go of the buttons when the speaker goes out.
At this point, the speaker should sound like a guitar, and its light should go out, too.
Afterwards, turn on your speaker and put it into Bluetooth pairing mode so that it can connect to your phone.
In this case, the power button turns blue to show that the computer has been reset.
Restart the JBL Charge 4 and Boombox.
These three speakers need to be reset in order to work again.
Press the “Power” button on your speaker to turn it on.
Go to the Bluetooth menu on the device that’s connected to your speaker and look for it there.
Make sure you don’t forget to remove the speaker from the Bluetooth pairing list.
You now need to press and hold both the “Volume Up” and “Bluetooth” buttons at the same time to get the volume up.
When the speaker makes a sound and the lights go out, press the button.
After a while, turn your speaker back on. In this case, the Bluetooth button should be lit up.
Restart the JBL Link 10 and 20.
On your speaker, press and hold the “Power” button until it turns on and sounds like a guitar.
You’re going to press and hold the “Mute” button for a while now.
When the speaker turns off, press the button.
It should be in pairing mode if you turn on your JBL Link 10 now.
Restart the JBL Pulse 3 and JBL Go.
Press the “Power” button on your Pulse 3 until it turns on and makes a guitar sound.
You can now press and hold the “Volume Down” button and the Bluetooth button at the same time.
After a series of different coloured lights, your speaker will be turned on for the last time.
If the “Power” light is still on, hold down the “Power” button to shut down your speaker.
Turn it on after a few seconds and it should be able to connect to each other.
Restart the JBL Flip 5.
Hold down the “Power” button on the speaker to turn it on.
Light up blue when you turn on your speaker.
Now, press and hold the “Volume Up” and “Play” buttons at the same time until the speaker shuts off, then let go of them.
It makes a sound like a guitar and the backlight is turned off.
You can turn the speaker back on by pressing the power button, which turns blue, and the Bluetooth button starts to blink again.
This is a complete guide for you because it tells you how to reset all JBL speakers, which is what you need to do. We also told you when you should reset your speaker and what problems it solves, so don’t forget to read that part again.
We also suggest that you reset your JBL before you sell it or buy a used one. Because a reset is meant to bring your device back to how it was when it came from the store.
Because of this, it is important to troubleshoot the device. If you follow this guide to the letter, you can reset any of your JBL speakers.