So many indicators confuse the user while performing a particular action, therefore to know all indicators here is a detailed guideline of each Sonos Move Light Indicators means?.
What Do Sonos lights Mean?
|Sonos White Light
|The Sonos product is powered up and functioning properly.
|The Sonos product is booting up after being plugged into power. The status light will also flash white while it’s waiting to connect to the network.
|The Sonos device is not turned on. As well as a functional outlet, make sure the power cord is fully put into the Sonos device. If you have a portable Sonos speaker, use the power button or place it on the charging base to turn it back on.
The status light can also be disabled using the Sonos app. If your Sonos product is working properly and shows up in the Sonos app, you can enable or disable the status light in the Settings tab. The LED will be turned off by default on Sonos Arc.
|Sonos Green Light
|The Sonos product is muted. You can increase the volume using the Sonos app or the volume controls on the product itself.
|The Sonos product is powered on and ready to be set up. It has not yet been configured or connected to a Sonos system. If your Sonos product is not brand new, a flashing green light means that the product was reset and is ready to be set up. Learn more in detail about Sonos flashing green light.
|Sonos Orange Light
|During setup, the status light will flash orange while the Sonos product is establishing a connection. The status light may flash orange rapidly after you press the Play/Pause button on a Sonos product. This means that there’s nothing in the playback queue or nothing was played recently. If this happens, use the Sonos app to start playing something instead.
|Flashing orange and white
|The status light will flash orange and white when your Sonos product is updating. Learn more in detail about Sonos flashing Orange light.
|Sonos Red Light
|A new (or reset) Sonos product will show a flashing red light if it is not set up within 30 minutes of powering on. You can clear this state by rebooting your Sonos product.
|Flashing red and white
|The Sonos product failed to update. Reboot your Sonos product and attempt to update the product again. If the issue continues, contact Sonos Support.
|Sonos Blue Light
|The portable Sonos product is in Bluetooth pairing mode and is available to connect with a device via Bluetooth.
|The portable Sonos product has connected with a device in Bluetooth mode. Note that the light will remain solid blue if the Sonos product loses connection to the device.
|Red, White, Orange, and Green
|Flashing patterns of red, white, orange, and green
|The Sonos product is in a hardware diagnostic mode. You can clear this by pressing the product’s Join button. If your product doesn’t have a Join button, you can press the Play/Pause or Mute button instead.
|The microphone on the Sonos product is disabled. Voice assistants and automatic Trueplay™ are unavailable.
|The microphone is enabled.
|The portable Sonos product is charging. The light will show for ten seconds after the portable Sonos product has been connected to power. The product will continue charging when the light turns off.
|The portable Sonos product has a low battery (<15%).
|The portable Sonos product is experiencing a fault condition. If you see a flashing red battery light, contact Sonos Support.
Sonos flashing orange light when press play
The status light may flash orange rapidly after you press the Play/Pause button on a Sonos product. This means that there’s nothing in the playback queue or nothing was played recently. If this happens, use the Sonos app to start playing something instead.
Sonos Roam lights
All lights listed above are for all devices including Roam Lights. however, a complete topic of Sonos Roam and how it works and what Sonos Roam Light means are in detail in this guideline Why Is My Sonos Roam Flashing Orange Light
What does a green light on Sonos mean?
Muted. when the solid green
The product was reset and is ready to be set up. When flashing green
What does white light on Sonos mean?