If you’re gearing up to sell your Sonos One, you’ll want to perform a hard reset before parting ways. Not only does it restore the device to its original factory settings, but it’ll clear all your personal data and connections – ensuring its second owner doesn’t have access to any of your private info. Here’s a closer look at how to reset the Sonos One smart speaker.
Performing a hard reset will clear all your existing settings and make your Sonos One behave as if it were just taken out of the box. That’s great if you’re selling the device or encountering serious issues with its performance – but it’s a rather permanent solution. Instead, you can try to perform a soft reset by unplugging your
As mentioned above, resetting your Sonos One will permanently delete your data. This includes registration information, data saved to My
Sonos doesn’t recommend resetting your
Here's how it works:
Step 1: Unplug your Sonos One.
Step 2: Locate the Join (sometimes called Connect) button on the back of the Sonos One. Hold this button down.
Step 3: Keep holding down the Join button as you plug your Sonos One back into a power source.
Step 4: Keep holding down the Join button until you observe a flashing series of white and orange lights coming from your Sonos One.
Step 5: Release the Join button, then wait for the Sonos One lights to flash green.
Step 6: With the green lights flashing, your Sonos One has officially been reset.
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