Even before there were apps to transfer data, Bluetooth was there for sharing pictures, videos, and music or other files with others. Two devices can be connected to each other with Bluetooth wirelessly. We generally use Bluetooth to connect to our car or headsets wirelessly to listen to music. Bluetooth issues on a smartphone could be annoying and some of the Note 8 users seem to be facing issues with their Bluetooth. However, it can be easily resolved. Here is how to fix Galaxy Note 8 Bluetooth issues.
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Ways To Fix Galaxy Note 8 Bluetooth Issues
The complaints that were reported on this were – Bluetooth devices not recognized by the phone and if they are visible they don’t connect.
Step 1– For the first solution, you can simply disconnect the Bluetooth connection and then try and connect it again.
Step 2– If the problem still persists you can clear the cache of the Bluetooth. Follow the below steps to clear the cache of Bluetooth and fix Galaxy Note 8 Bluetooth issues:
- Go to Settings and head over to Application Manager in the options
- Swipe right to display all the tabs
- Locate the Bluetooth tab and tap on it to select force stop option
- Now tap on Clear Cache and then Clear Data
- When prompted ‘OK’ tap on it
- Exit and then restart your Galaxy Note 8.
Step 3– If you still face problems then you will have to wipe the cache partition of your smartphone. Wiping the cache partition of your Note 8 is also an excellent way to solve issues. Wiping the cache partition will not delete any data. Not only will your phone become fast but any small issues such as this will also be solved. Here is what you need to do:
- You should back-up your data first on the internal memory. Those who have Anti-theft activated on their phone will have to use their Google credentials to complete the process.
- Now switch off the Note 8
- Press and hold together the Bixby button, Volume Up button, and Power button
- As you see the Android logo displayed on your screen let go of all the buttons
- You need to use the Volume Down button to navigate and highlight the ‘Wipe Cache partition’
- Pressing the Power button will select the option
- Once again use the Volume Down button and when you highlight ‘Yes’ use Power button to select
- The process will begin and when the cache partition is wiped ‘Reboot System Now’ is highlighted automatically
- Use the Power button and restart the Note 8
Your Bluetooth issues will be solved. You will be able to connect your phone to other Bluetooth devices. Use the above ways to fix the Galaxy Note 8 Bluetooth issues.
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