Even though most people who purchased LG G4 are super satisfied with it, others experienced certain issues. The good thing is most of the bugs that occur on LG G4 are easy to fix. Many users complain about Bluetooth problems, and that’s what we are going to discuss here. Keep on reading and see the guide on how to fix LG G4 Bluetooth issues.
Before we continue, make sure that power saving mode is disabled. To do that, go to Settings > Battery > Power Saving Mode.
See also: How To Fix LG G4 Wi-Fi Issues
How to fix LG G4 Bluetooth issues
Solution No.1: Toggle Bluetooth
No matter how crazy you think this sounds, it can fix the problem. All you need to do is to turn Bluetooth off, wait a couple of seconds and turn it back on. Hopefully, this will be the only thing you’ll have to do.
Solution No.2: Delete old profiles
One of the reasons why Bluetooth issues may occur is the fact the user reached Bluetooth profile limit. In this case, just delete old and unused profiles.
Solution No.3: Clear Bluetooth cache
It is advisable to clear Bluetooth cache every once in a while, especially when you are experiencing any kind of problems. Go to Bluetooth Settings and clear the cache.
Solution No.4: Restart your LG G4
When having issues with your smartphone, no matter how complicated the issue is, a simple restart can solve it. Try it out.
Solution No.5: Factory Reset
If the previous solutions didn’t fix the problem, you may try factory data reset, but first make sure to backup your files. Navigate to Settings > Personal > Backup and Reset, and check the boxes next to Back Up My Data and Automatic Restore. When you are done with that, click on Factory Data Reset and when doing this make sure Erase SD card option is disabled. Now tap Reset Phone > Next, click on Delete All > OK.
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