How To Fix Nexus 7 Bluetooth Problems

There are some problems on smartphones and tablets that are considered as the “usual” and they may appear on almost every device, no matter if it is Android smartphone or tablet, iPhone or iPad. The usual problems are battery drain, overheating, lag, and the conectivity issues, which means Wi-Fi and Bleutooth problems. In this article, we are going to show you how to fix Nexus 7 Bluetooth problems, and we hope you will get rid of it as it can be really annoying. Let’s start.

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How to fix Nexus 7 Bluetooth problems

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Solution No.1: Toggle Bluetooth, Wi-Fi and the Airplane mode

When you have connectivity issues on any smartphone or tablet, including Nexus 7, the best place to start is by turning on/off Airplane Mode, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth. Believe it or not, this is the most effective solution, and often, you won’t have to do anything esle because once you are done Bluetooth will work just fine.

  • Turn the Wi-Fi on and back on
  • Turn Airplane mode on and turn it off again
  • Turn off Bluetooth and make sure it’s ON when you are done.

 

Solution No.2: Turn your Nexus and your Bluetooth device off and then back on

Can you remember how many times restarting your device was the solution? Probably more than you can count. So, turn off both device, wait a bit (a few seconds) and then turn them both back on.

 

Solution No.3: Download Bluetooth Auto Connect

You can find so many useful apps in the Play Store and the one that can come as handy in this situation is the application called Bluetooth Auto Connect. It is a free app, and it can help you with the Bluetooth connection issues. Try it out.

 

Solution No.4: Unpair Bluetooth device

If the previous options didn’t make any difference and you still have the problem, then you should unpair Bluetooth device. To do that:

  • Navigate to Settings
  • Click Bluetooth
  • Find the Bluetooth device
  • Click on the gear icon right next to it
  • Click Unpair

 

Solution No.5: Driver and software update for Bluetooth device

You should make sure the drivers and software on your Bluetooth device are up to date. You can contact the manufacturer of the Bluetooth device or visit its official website.

 

Solution No.6: Factory data reset

Nothing works? You may do a factory data reset. This will wipe off everything you have on your tablet, meaning all the data you stored on your device, settings you have adjusted according to your needs and desires and third party-apps. Backup the files. To perform factory data reset, follow the steps below:

  • Navigate to Settings
  • Click Backup & Rest
  • Tap Factory Data Reset
  • Tap on Reset phone
  • Tap Erase everything

 

 

 

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