To pair the Boombox 2 JBL speaker with a Bluetooth source device for the first time, or to revise the connection information stored on that device, you must know how to kick off pairing mode on the speaker.
So in this mode, the Boombox 2 sends out its Bluetooth name and current linkage data over the BT airwaves. Thus in this post, we show you how to put the JBL Boombox 2 Bluetooth speaker into discovery mode, so you can join it to phones, tablets, computers, and smart speakers.
How to Put JBL Boombox 2 Power Bank Speaker into Pairing Mode
1. Turn On the Boombox 2
Firstly, turn on the speaker by rapidly pressing and releasing its Power button.
For example, see this button, pointed at by the bright green arrow, in the next picture. It’s the leftmost button in the buttons panel on the top, just in front of the handle.
The speaker then comes on, as pictured next. The Power button begins glowing white.
2. Press the Pairing / Discovery Mode Button and Release when the Bluetooth Button Starts Fast Flashing
Secondly, to be able to discover your speaker on your source Bluetooth device, place it into pairing mode. For that, press and release the the Pairing button, as we point out in the next picture. Find this button next to the Power button, again, in the buttons panel.
Now when you press this Pairing button, the speaker makes a plucking guitar pairing sound. Plus, the status lamp on top begins fast-flashing white.
3. Done with How to Put JBL Boombox 2 Bluetooth Speaker into Pairing Mode
Finally, while the status lamp is blinking, you should be able to see the speaker on any in-range phone, computer, tablet, or smart speaker, that is within several feet of it, as we see next. Our speaker here is named “JBL Boombox 2” here.
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- 2022-09-07: First published.