To pair the Xtreme 2 JBL speaker with a wireless source device for the first time, or to refurbish the connection information stored on that device, you must know how to begin pairing mode on the speaker. Moreover, in this mode, the JBL Xtreme 2 advertises its name and current linkage details on the BT airwaves. So in this post, we show you how to put the JBL Xtreme 2 in pairing mode. With this information, you can then join it to phones, tablets, computers, and smart speakers.
How to Put JBL Xtreme 2 in Pairing Mode
1. Turn On the Xtreme 2
Firstly, turn on the speaker by pressing and releasing its Power button once.
See this button, pointed at by the bright green arrow, in the next picture.
The speaker then comes on, as pictured next.
2. Press the Pairing Mode Button and Release when the Power Button Starts Flashing
Secondly, to be able to locate your speaker on your source Bluetooth device, place it into pairing mode by pressing and releasing the the Pairing button, as we see in the next picture.
When you press this Pairing button, the speaker makes a plucking guitar pairing sound. Plus, the Power button lamp begins fast-flashing blue.
See this in the next picture, just to the right of the Pairing and Volume Down buttons.
3. Done with How to Put JBL Xtreme 2 in Pairing Mode
Finally, while the Power button is flashing blue, you should be able to find your Xtreme 2 on any phone, computer, tablet, or smart speaker, that is within a small number of feet of it, as seen next. For example, our speaker here is named “Tom’s Xtreme 2”. But if you haven’t named yours something else, it will show up as “JBL Xtreme 2”.
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- 2020-08-15: First published.