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The Soundlink Bluetooth speakers from Bose have a track record for having some of the best sound quality.
But sometimes, there must be a need to reset or pair again your Bose Soundlink, since it doesn’t function properly.
Here are the steps involved in resetting a Bose Soundlink speaker:
How to Reset Bose Speaker to Factory Settings?
You can reset Bose Soundlink speaker to make sure there are no software problems with it if you’re experiencing problems like it won’t connect to a phone, the Bluetooth connection is shaky, or it doesn’t sound quite right.
The language selection and all other settings are wiped away when a speaker is reset, returning it to its default settings. A factory reset is simpler because it’s a Bluetooth speaker where personal data is not saved.
Check to determine if your speaker is compatible with the Bose Connect app, which can update a speaker’s internal software before you reset a Soundlink. Also, make sure the speaker is paired before you reset it.
Steps to reset the Bose Bluetooth Speaker is given below:
- Press and hold the AUX and Volume Down buttons for 10 seconds to restart the Bose Soundlink Color.
- Press and hold the Mute button for 10 seconds to restart the Bose Soundlink Mini.
- Press and hold the Power button for 10 seconds to restart the Bose Soundlink Mini 2.
- Also, the Soundlink Revolve and Mini 2 are identical. Therefore, to reset the Bose Soundlink revolve, hold down the Power button for 10 seconds to force the speaker to restart and then reset.
Resetting Other Bose Speakers
The company manufactures a wide range of products, even though the previously mentioned instructions are applicable to the multiple Bose Soundlink speaker models.
Bose shares all speaker instructions on their help page To find instructions on how to reset your speaker, enter the name of your particular model in the search box.