The wifi jammer destroys the connection between the smartphone and the speaker

I need to mute the Nokia PlayUp 360 speakers. You know, some teenagers often gather near my window and they use this device to listen to their terrible music. I have told them to mute it a bit, but they did not listen. Any ideas on how to interfere with speakers?

You know, Nokia PlayUp 360 is not an ordinary speaker, it can easily get stuck. This is a powerful device with extensive connectivity. First, it uses Bluetooth 2.1 + EDR connection for music streaming, and the device can be remotely controlled via a smartphone paired with it. It also has a 3.5 mm connector and USB port for charging and software updates.

Another highlight of this Nokia PlayUp 360 portable wireless speaker is the NFC connection function. This is to ensure that you can use this device on newer versions of your smartphone. Therefore, if a Bluetooth connection is used, the distance between the smartphone and the speaker must not exceed 10 meters or 30 feet. For NFC, it can compile up to 15 mm or 0.5 inches. With NFC connection, devices can be paired without changing smartphone settings and entering passwords.

You should also know that if you have several Nokia PlayUp 360 speakers, you can connect them to the network. You only need to press the on button for 5 seconds. If you need to plug the device, you need a simple wifi jammer. It will destroy the connection between the smartphone and the speaker itself. But Jammer-Store will warn you that if you want to block Bluetooth, it will also interfere with Wi-Fi. And these people may try to use Nokia PlayUp 360’s NFC connectivity to overcome interference. In this case, you will need special NFC jamming equipment.