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I let a few friends pair to my JBL Charge 3 since it allows 3 phones to pair to it. They keep hijacking it when I'm playing music and won't unpair from their phones. Is there a way to reset my speaker? Thanks.
Question by Edgardo 7:24pm, 19th November 2017

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Andy (Admin) responded : 10:53am, 21st November 2017 (4 years ago)
They should just need to delete the paired item from their own bluetooth settings, then the hijacking will stop.

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