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My iPad won't find my Bluetooth speaker

My iPad found other Bluetooth devices but can't find my speaker

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    Thanks! That worked!

  • Noble Jul 22, 2013

    This worked the first time I did it but no longer does. I'm tearing my hair out!

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Go to settings, General, blue tooth and remove any "other" previous paired BT devices & Turn off BT, then go to Sett. General, scroll down to reset and reset network settings, this will not delete anything. Power off BT speaker. after iPad re-boots turn on BT Speaker First, make sure BT is off on iPad as well as WIFI-wait like 10-15 seconds and then turn BT on in iPad it should see your speaker now and let you pair it up.

Posted on Jan 14, 2013

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    I tried it but didn't work .

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1.switch on JBL
2. switch on bluetooth on ipad,
3. hold down switch-on button on JBL until it flashes blue/ red and beeps.
It will then appear on ipad bluetooth list as connected
iIt gives a lovely sound quality.
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