how to reset bose speaker

 

Introduction

If you're experiencing problems with your Bose SoundLink speaker, first try resetting it. This simple step can often fix many issues like delayed or disconnected Bluetooth connections, distorted sound, or even freezing. I've used this method countless times to get my speaker back up and running quickly so that I can enjoy music again!

First, connect the Bose SoundLink to a power source.

First, connect the Bose SoundLink to a power source. You can use the included power adapter or a USB port on your computer. Using the power adapter is recommended because it offers more consistent performance than using USB ports with hubs or other devices plugged into them. It's also important that you don't accidentally plug your speaker into a powered hub, which may not be able to handle its demands and will cause damage to internal components.

Once it's connected, hold down the power button for 10 seconds.

You should now be able to reset your Bose speaker. To do so:

  • Connect the speaker to a power source.

  • Hold down the power button for 10 seconds. All lights on the speaker will flash once and then return to normal, signaling that it's been reset.

You should see all of the lights on the speaker flash once and then return to normal.

If this is your first time connecting the speaker to a Bluetooth device, you should see all of the lights on your speaker flash once and then return to normal. If this was not your first time pairing with a device, you will only see one light flash before returning back to its normal state.

If this was not your first time pairing with a device, you will only see one light flash before returning back to its normal state.You can try connecting again.

Now try connecting your speaker to a Bluetooth device again.

Now try connecting your speaker to a Bluetooth device again.

If the speaker is still not working, you will need to contact Bose.

A reset can fix many problems with your Bose SoundLink speaker.

A reset can fix many problems with your Bose SoundLink speaker. If you're having trouble connecting to your Bluetooth device, the solution may be as simple as a factory reset.

To do this:

  • Turn off and unplug the Bose SoundLink speaker.

  • Press and hold the power button for 5 seconds (until you hear a chime) then release it and press it again for another 5 seconds until you hear two chimes in a row (you have now turned on the speaker). This will take approximately 15-20 seconds to complete!

  • Now open up your Alexa app or Google Assistant app on your phone using Bluetooth connection and try connecting again with them - You should see some success here now!

Conclusion

Now that you know how to reset your Bose SoundLink, it's time to get back to enjoying its many benefits. From wireless streaming and easy pairing to great sound quality, there are plenty of reasons why people love using this wireless speaker. To learn more about what makes this product so special, check out our other blog post on the topic here: https://howtoresetbose.com/blog/bose-soundlink-wireless-speaker/.

 

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Lilly-Mae Jackson
Lilly-Mae Jackson
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