How to Pair Bluetooth Devices to JBL LINK 10
In order to use Bluetooth, the device you're playing music from must have Bluetooth on it. This is common for most mobile devices, but a lot of computers do not have Bluetooth without purchasing a separate adapter.
2 Charge Device
First, make sure your speaker is adequately charged before powering on.
- Lift the rubber flap to expose the charging port of your speaker.
- Connect the micro USB cable into the charging port of your speaker. The other end must be connected to a USB charging block or a powered USB port to charge the speaker.
Depending on the method being used to charge your speaker, charging times will vary. Charging your speaker to full takes approximately 4 hours.
Always remember to firmly replace the rubber flap on your Link 10 when the charging port is not in use. This flap is part of what allows your Link 10 to achieve its IPX7 water resistance rating.
The five lights above the power button on the rear of the speaker indicate how much battery life remains on your speaker.
3 Pairing Mode
While you're away from home, your Link 10 can be used as a wireless speaker that connects via Bluetooth to your mobile devices such as your smartphone or tablet. To get your speaker ready to pair with another device:
- Make sure your speaker is powered on.
- Press the Bluetooth button.
- The Bluetooth symbol itself will illuminate and begin flashing. This indicates that it is ready to pair with your favorite Bluetooth device.