The smallest glitch that may appear when using your Nexus 5 can drive you crazy, not to mention performance issues or problems with apps or Wi-Fi. One of the most annoying problems many people experienced is with the Bluetooth. Have the same problem? We are going to share a few solutions that may work for you, all of them listed below. Let’s see how to fix Bluetooth issues on Nexus 5.
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How to fix Bluetooth issues on Nexus 5
Solution No.1: Turn Bluetooth off/on
When you have connectivity issues, toggling the services will often fix the problem. So, go to Settings menu, find Bluetooth located under Wireless and networks and turn it off. Wait for a few seconds and turn it back on.
Solution No.2: Turn Airplane mode on/off
The good old trick that can help you get rid of the problem. All you need to do here is to turn the Airplane mode on, wait for a little, and then turn it off again. Hopefully, once you do this Bluetooth will work just fine.
Solution No.3: Turn Wi-Fi on/off
You should try this as well, as sometimes Wi-Fi can interfere with Bluetooth which is why the issues may occur.
Solution No.4: Restart your Nexus 5
If the toggling didn’t help, restart your Nexus 5. Often, a simple restart can fix the problem, and since it is a simple thing to do, try it out. Hopefully, once the device is on again, the Bluetooth problem will be gone.
Solution No.5: Unpair Bluetooth device
Maybe this will help:
- Go to Settings
- Tap Bluetooth
- Find the Bluetooth device and tap on the gear icon right next to it
- Tap Unpair
Once you are done, pair your Nexus 5 with a Bluetooth device.
Solution No.6: Contact the manufacturer of the Bluetooth device
If the previous solutions didn’t fix the problem, contact the manufacturer of the Bluetooth device and see if there is a software update available for your device. You can also visit the official web page of the manufacturer, and look for driver and software updates for the device you own.
Solution No.7: Factory reset
If nothing else works, you can do a factory data reset. But, it is important to understand that the files you stored on your phone, adjustments in settings you made, and all third-party apps you downloaded will be deleted. Make sure to backup the data first. Follow the steps below:
- Go to Settings
- Tap Backup & Rest
- Tap Factory Data Reset
- Click on Reset phone
- Tap Erase everything
We hope the solutions listed here will help you solve the problem!
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