Fix Bose Soundlink Color II Disconnects From Paired Bluetooth Device

Bluetooth speakers are used when paired with another Bluetooth enabled device. Although creating a stable Bluetooth connection most of the time is maintained, there are instances when certain issues can occur. There have been reports from users Bose Soundlink Color II suddenly disconnects from paired device. There are a few reasons why this problem occurs such as from distance between speaker and Bluetooth device, problem with the pairing process, Memory list of paired devices is already full , a bug in the software and low battery level. In here, we will discuss the methods on how to fix Bose Soundlink Color II that disconnects from paired Bluetooth device.

What to do when Bose Soundlink Color II speaker disconnects from paired Bluetooth device

Before we proceed with the troubleshooting methods, let us first take a look into the speaker’s specification details:

  • Dimensions: 5.25″ H x 5″ W x 2.25″ D
  • Weight: 1.2 lbs
  • Input: 3.5mm auxiliary input
  • Output: Micro-B USB port
  • Wireless range: 30 feet or 9 meters
  • Battery life: 8 hours

Listed below are troubleshooting methods that you can try to fix speaker disconnects from Bluetooth device.

Method 1: Check distance between speaker and device

Since the recommended Bluetooth range is within 30 feet or 9 meters, make sure that the speaker and the device are within those range. If the speaker is more than 30 feet away from the device, it can be the cause why speaker disconnects from Bluetooth device. Aso, barriers such as walls, doors or even a previously paired device that is nearby can be the culprit.

To fix this, move speaker and Bluetooth device in close proximity with each other. Once speaker and device are close to each other, connect to Bluetooth device again and then check if the issue still occurs.

Method 2: Check battery level of speaker

If the battery level of the speaker is low battery, Bluetooth connection with the device will be interrupted that is why pairing with Bluetooth device disconnects. To fix this, check the battery level of the speaker. If battery level is low, connect the speaker to the power outlet to charge it before it completely runs out of battery

Method 3: Clear memory lists of paired devices

Bluetooth devices can store up to 8 previously paired device. If the memory lists of previously paired device is already full, it can be the culprit why speaker disconnects from paired device and if one of the paired device is nearby. Since the remembers the device it was paired with before, it will automatically reconnects to the device.

To fix this, in this method you have to delete and clear the memory lists of previously paired devices. You will then be able to create a new memory of Bluetooth device to connect with. The method is pretty simple, head over to Bluetooth settings on the device, then delete one at a time the paired devices.

After the method is done, connect to Bluetooth device again and then check if the issue still occurs.

Method 4:  Check for available updates

A bug in the software can cause minor issues on Bose Soundlink Color II speaker. Checking for new and available updates once in a while ensures a new and updated version that comes with bug fixing. Make sure to check for available updates for Bluetooth speaker and the install the updates if there any.

Check for available updates by either of the following options:

  1. Via Bose Online Updater. This can be found in Bose website. You may need to connect the speaker to the computer and then make sure to follow the on-screen instructions on how to check for updates.
  2. Via Bose connect app, the app is available to download for free for smartphones.

Method 5: Soft Reboot Soundlink Color II

A soft reboot is performed to refresh the speaker. The process is simple, and it involves two easy steps: first is to turn the speaker OFF. Next, press power button again to turn it ON after a few seconds.

After the method is done, connect to Bluetooth device again and then check if the issue still occurs.

Method 6: Reset Bose Soundlink Color II

If none of the mentioned methods above did not fix Bluetooth connection issue for Bose Soundlink Micro II, the last step is to reset Bluetooth speaker. This does not only fix minor issues, but also refreshes the speaker brings it back to its default settings. Note: Resettings clears all saved settings on Soundlink color II speaker.

To do this:

  1. Press Power Button on speaker to turn it ON
  2. Press and hold the Power button for about 10 seconds.
  3. Reset process is complete when you see a blinking blue light that appears and then a voice prompt will ask to choose a language.

After resetting Soundlink Color II , connect to Bluetooth device again and then check if the issue still occurs.a

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