To link the Go JBL speaker with a Bluetooth source device for the first time, or to reset the connection information on that device, you must know how to activate discovery mode on the Go. Why? Because in this mode, the JBL Go calls out its Bluetooth name and current linkage data on the BT airwaves, enabling nearby devices to use that information to connect with it. So in this post, we show you How to make JBL Go discoverable, so you can link it to phones, tablets, computers, and smart speakers, and stream music from those devices to it.
How to Make JBL Go Discoverable, Step by Step Directions
1. Turn On the JBL Go
First, turn on the speaker by pressing its Power button once.
See this button that we point at with the green arrow in the next picture.
The speaker then comes on, as we see next. Further, the pilot lamp on the front panel blinks blue or glows a steady blue, depending on speaker’s current pairing state.
But whether it’s currently paired or not, you can follow the next steps to pair it anew with a Bluetooth source device.
2. Press the Discovery Mode Button and Release when the Status Lamp Starts Quickly Blinking
Now, to discover your speaker on your source Bluetooth device, place it into discovery mode. For that, press and release the the Discovery Mode button, as circled in the next picture.
When you press this button, the speaker makes a rising sort of bleep sound. Plus, the front panel Status lamp starts quickly flashing.
3. Done with How to Make JBL Go Discoverable
Next, while the Status light is flashing, you should be able to see your Go JBL speaker on any in-range phone, computer, tablet, or smart speaker, as shown next.
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- 2022-08-14: First published.