Since nothing will work perfectly forever, at one point you might think about resetting certain devices. You do it with your phone, laptop, mp3 players, and the list can go on. But what if you want to reset your Bluetooth speaker?
When you look at the JBL Charge 3, there is no big red button that you can press for the device to automatically reset itself. Sometimes, you wish things were that easy, but it doesn’t always work as you want it to. So, what can you do if you are looking forward to a reset? Read on to find out.
A factory reset will clear all the custom presets, settings, Wi-Fi settings and Bluetooth pairings from your speaker, reducing it to the initial state from when it was purchased.
You can reset a Bluetooth speaker for various reasons. At one point, it may not function as good as it used to in the past, and you think that trying to reset it may fix the issue. In some cases, it is true, as continuous use may add strain to the unit.
That being said, some of the reasons why you would reset a Bluetooth speaker are:
Connection issues are not uncommon, and they may surface over some time after you’ve been using the product. It may either not want to connect to the source device anymore, or the connection is very slow, disturbing the music flow and adding to your frustration.
In this kind of situations, trying a factory reset may easily solve the issue and you can go back to listening to music. However, this doesn’t mean that the reset could fix the problem, as connectivity may be damaged for various reasons.
The most important part of the speaker is the audio, that’s a fact. After all, a speaker is meant to play your favorite music, and if it can’t do that, what is even the point of owning a speaker in the first place?
In certain situations, a factory reset may solve the distorted sound that comes out of the device for specific reasons.
There is no magical button that will suddenly reset the speaker and return it to its factory state – there are two buttons instead.
First, you need to turn on the speaker, because the operation wouldn’t work any other way. What you need to do next is press the volume up button and the play button at the same time. After that, your JBL Charge 3 is reset and as good as new, and ready to be used once again.
Although it compares to the JBL Pulse 3 in many ways, the JBL Charge 3 is reset a bit differently. It is done by pressing two buttons at the same time.
So, to reset the Charge 3, all you must do is press the “Volume+” and “Play” buttons at the same time, and voila! Hopefully, now you’ll be able to get rid of any problem your speaker has.