Portable wireless speakers from Logitech released in 2013.

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Can I make my UE boom only be able to pair with 1 device?

The UE Boom 2 can pair with 2 devices simultaneously . thats nice some times but thats also annoying if a friends trolls you and just do anything with hes phone to pause my music. So i was wondering if i can disable that, and make just 1 person pair with the Speaker

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Try a factory reset by turning on your UE Boom 2. Hold down the volume down button and the power button at the same time until you hear a sound. Your UE Boom 2 will then turn off.

Turn it back on and pair it with your device again.

As all other paired devices should have been removed from the UE Boom 2 list by the reset they should not be able to connect to it without the Bluetooth button on the player being pressed, as the speaker is not in the pairing mode..

You can also change the BT name of the speaker making it more difficult for them to recognize that it is your speaker.

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Hmm Yea i guess that can help too but i meant is there an option to program the UE boom 2 to only accept pairing with 1 phone and then if an other 1 will try to join he wouldnt be able to, but if i disconnect, someone else can connect,only 1 at a time


Tho' thanks for the helpful answer..


Hi, If they are not already in the UE 's pairing list (it can have 8 listed) and it needs the Bluetooth button to be pushed for pairing to occur are they doing this while you are not looking, pushing the button on the speaker that is?

For somebody else to connect they have to already be in the pairing list in the speaker and the user who is currently in 'control" has to either pause their music, turn off their music, unpair their connection or switch their BT device off for the next user to be able to take control.


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