Fixed: Can’t Connect iPhone to JBL Charge using Bluetooth

Can't connect iPhone to JBL Charge in Bluetooth

One of the iPhone users tried to connect iPhone to JBL charge via Bluetooth. But he couldn’t connect it. And he found some solution to fix this problem. Here I am going to tell you some solutions if you have the same problem. Then let's try this method to get rid of this issue.

Solution 1: Force restart your JBL Charge

  1. Press your JBL Charge power button until it flashes red and blue. Then, you can connect your JBL charge with your iPhone.

Solution 2: Download and Use JBL connect app

  1. Turn ON JBL Charge. Download the JBL connect app on your iPhone. Go to this App. Press the orange JBL Connect button after that press Connect button on your speaker.
  2. It will connect. Choose either Stereo mode or Party mode.
  3. Now, you can play the music and increase and decrease the sound.
  4. Go to the Bluetooth settings and you can see the connected speaker

Solution 3: Turn On and Off JBL Charge in Bluetooth

  1. Open Bluetooth Preferences.
  2. Click JBL charge and it will show an ( X )button to click on.
  3. Turn Off your Bluetooth and JBL charge. Turn back on both devices.
  4. Back go to Bluetooth preferences. Find JBL charge on the list and click it.
  5. JBL charge connected to your iPhone.

Solution 4: Reset and Connect JBL Charge

  1. Turn On the JBL charge by pressing the Power button.
  2. Press the Volume and Play/Pause buttons until it the JBL charge turns off. It will help reset your speaker.
  3. Go to Settings on the iPhone and make sure that Bluetooth is active.
  4. Turn on the Speaker again and press the Bluetooth button which is on the JBL Charge.
  5. Then the JBL charge starts flashing and the speaker name shows on your iPhone.
  6. Click the Speaker's name and it will connect to the JBL Charge.

Solution 5: Put discovery mode 

  1. Check whether the JBL charge is on or off. And check fully charged.
  2. Go to Settings -> Turn ON Bluetooth. If you can’t turn on your Bluetooth or see a spinning gear, restart your iPhone.
  3. Then turn ON your Bluetooth and put it in discovery mode.
  4. Speaker will connect with your iPhone.

I hope these above methods will help to fix this issue. If you have any ideas to fix this problem, inform us through your comments. Thank you, and keep supporting us.

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