How to Pair JBL Flip 4 with Bluetooth Device

How to Pair JBL Flip 4 with Bluetooth Device

Hi. I’m Max Dalton, and in this video I’m going
to talk through how to pair a JBL Flip 4 speaker with a Bluetooth device. The JBL Flip 4 is an incredibly powerful and
durable Bluetooth speaker. The device supports Bluetooth 4.2, offers
up to 12 hours of playback, lets you easily access Siri or Google Now, lets you connect
multiple JBL Bluetooth speakers together, and much more. However, none of that does you any good if
you don’t have a device paired with it. This article walks you through how to pair
another Bluetooth device with the JBL Flip 4 Bluetooth speaker, which can be done in
a matter of minutes. And now, the steps to pair your JBL Flip 4
speaker with other Bluetooth devices. Step 1. Ensure that the JBL Flip 4 Bluetooth speaker
is powered on. If the speaker is turned on, you’ll see a
blue backlight behind the outline of the Power button. Additionally, check to ensure that the light
behind the Power button isn’t flashing. Step 2. Press the “Bluetooth” button along the top
of the speaker. The Bluetooth button looks like three triangles
clustered together. The JBL Flip 4 will immediately make a pinging
sound, and the Power button’s blue backlight will start flashing, indicating that the device
is in discovery mode. The speaker will remain in discovery mode
until it either runs out of battery life or you power it down. Step 3. Ensure that the ability to connect to a Bluetooth
device is enabled on the device you want to connect to the JBL speaker, and then view
the list of available Bluetooth devices you can connect to. For example, on an iPhone, you would navigate
to “Settings” and then “Bluetooth” to display the Bluetooth screen, and then slide the toggle
to the right of Bluetooth to the right side of the screen to ensure it is enabled. Step 4. You should see JBL Flip 4 in the list of available
devices to connect to. Tap “JBL Flip 4.” The device should immediately show as connected
on your device screen. Additionally, the JBL Flip 4 will indicate
it has been successfully paired with a Bluetooth device when it makes short sound and the backlight
for the Power button stops flashing. Congratulations! You’ve successfully paired your JBL Flip 4
speaker with a Bluetooth device. Click the video link on the right side of
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65 thoughts to “How to Pair JBL Flip 4 with Bluetooth Device”

  1. Thanks a ton this video helped me connect my Samsung tab I spent nearly 45 minutes searching on the Web and your video helped thanks once again

  2. Two weird things happen while trying to connect my flip4 with my laptop via bluetooth. ( I have an amazon echo already paired with the flip.) The lap top connects to the speaker, but as a headphone… and 2. Music I had previously requested from Alexa, periodically starts playing while I'm trying to pair the laptop and the flip4. Anyone have an idea of what's going on?

  3. If the device, "flip 3" doesn't show up to be paired on my tablet, what do i do? is it because i had another speaker paired?

  4. This was very helpful. I had not pressed the bluetooth button and I bet most people will be having the same mistake. Thank you so much for the video.

  5. how to connect 2 jbl speakers via bluetooth? can i connect 2 jbl to my 2 audio ports? (my pc got 3 audio ports, front, back and subwoofer)

  6. what does it mean if the power on button is flashing? you say right after that flashng is discovery mode. so what light is not supposed to flash im confused

  7. Do you think would be better to pair two flip 4 for the stereo sound or one flip 4 and one charge 3 to fill the lack of bass?

  8. This was a waste of time. You did not show me anything. It’s not your fault, but my jbl is still not working. What can I do?

  9. For some reason, mine won't work. I turn the speaker on, press the Bluetooth button, Bluetooth button starts flashing, I try to connect to the speaker with my samsung, and it says "unable to connect". Am I doing something wrong?

  10. mine won’t turn on, it’s been plugged in for hours and should be charged and i’ve tried holding and just pressing the button..idk what to do

  11. THANK YOU MAX !!!!!!! I have been trying for an hour to decipher the teeny-tiny IKEA-like "instructions" that came with the device.
    Then I found your video and two minutes later I was up and running.

  12. THANK YOU – it was so simple! I just hadnt pressed the blue tooth button. thank you for your video, so quickly fixed my issue

  13. OMG thank you sooo much. I've watched other videos and it didn't help. But you my man. You did it. You fixed my problem it was driving me nuts already. Thank YOU 😊

  14. Thank you!! I was missing a simple step in this process and your video helped me quickly figure that out. I couldn't find another video that was helpful like this one, and you explain it so simply. VERY helpful!

  15. I’m using the audio lead… I don’t think Bluetooth will work … it’s only a new monitor and you’d think blue tooth was on it

  16. i feel like an idiot for like a whole week i thought my bluetooth was stuffing up on my phone oml 😂😂

  17. tengo un moto g 7 power y no puedo aparearlo con la flip 4

    I have a moto g 7 power and I can't pair it with flip 4

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