How To Fix LG G6 Bluetooth Issues

If you are LG G6 users then you can encounter Bluetooth connectivity problems. Bluetooth issues are annoying and frustrating. The good news is that you can fix LG G6 Bluetooth problems. This article will give you some simple solutions that you can incorporate when you experience such challenges. Let’s see how to fix LG G6 Bluetooth issues.

See also: How to fix LG G6 Wi-Fi issues

Guide: How to fix LG G6 Bluetooth Issues

Is your Bluetooth enabled?

Before you do anything technical, check if your Bluetooth is enabled. Sometimes we are so frustrated with the problem we overlooked simple things. If you do not see a Bluetooth symbol at the top of the smartphone screen, then it is disabled. The device is connected to your phone when the Bluetooth paired icon is displayed in the status bar.

 

Toggle Bluetooth

A simple solution is to toggle your Bluetooth. The LG G6 device may have been automatically set to a power saving mode. This is also a solution that can revive your Bluetooth.

  1. From home screen, navigate to settings
  2. Tap the Bluetooth switch to turn on or off.

 

Disconnect and reconnect Bluetooth

If you want to find out if your phone is the problem or the device you are connecting your Bluetooth to, then try to connect with another device. Remove the Bluetooth connection and test other devices. If the Bluetooth connect with another device then your phone is not the problem. Try to reconnect with the first device you are attempting to connect and then disconnect. Follow the steps below to unpair your device.

  1. From the Bluetooth settings menu, tap on Settings
  2. Then next, to the paired device you wish to disconnect, Tap Unpair.
  3. The device should unpaired from your phone.
  4. Connect to another device

If the Bluetooth is still not working then you may proceed to use these solutions below.

 

Restart your device in safe mode

Another simple solution is to restart your device. Sometimes you don’t have to get technical. You can simply do a reboot and see if your device starts working fine. Safe Mode puts your phone in a diagnostic state.

  1. Press and hold the Power button until the Power off option appears then release.
  2. Touch and hold Power off until the ‘Reboot to safe mode’ prompt appears then release.
  3. From the ‘Reboot in safe mode’ prompt, tap Turn on Safe Mode to confirm.

Clear cache

If the above methods did not resolve your problem then the problem may be an internal software issue. You should consider clearing your cache and data. Clearing cache and data will remove corrupt files that are affecting the application. The Bluetooth will also be renewed as a result.

  1. Go to the home screen and open your apps drawer
  2. Click on the settings app
  3. Select ‘Application Manager’
  4. Search for Bluetooth and select it.
  5. Tap Bluetooth and choose to force close it
  6. Select the button that prompts you to clear cache

 

Clear data

  1. From you home screen, select settings
  2. Click on storage device
  3. Tap internal storage
  4. Tap cached data
  5. Select clear to confirm
  6. Restart your device.

 

Reset network settings

If you cannot connect to your Bluetooth a simple network reset is another option that will solve your problem.

  1. From a Home screen, navigate to settings
  2. Then select Backup & reset
  3. Next Tap Network settings reset
  4. Tap RESET SETTINGS.

 

Software update

When last have you updated your software? A Bluetooth disturbance can be resolved with a software update. Update your phone’s software and your Bluetooth should start working normally.To manually check for updates follow these steps:

  1. Click on Settings
  2. Search for ‘SYSTEM’ and tap About phone
  3. Select Update Center
  4. Then Tap on System updates
  5. Click CHECK FOR UPDATE
  6. Follow the instructions that appear on your screen
  7. After your phone has been updated, restart your device.

 

Perform a factory data reset

Performing a factory data reset is another option to consider when your Bluetooth malfunctions. This option removes all data and all third party applications from your phone. You could lose date so ensure that all data is backed up when you perform a factory data reset.

  1. Press and hold the Volume Down and Power keys simultaneously
  2. When the LG logo displays, quickly let go of the Power key but hold it again while you continue holding the Volume Down key
  3. Use the Volume Down button to highlight Yes when ‘Factory data reset’ appears
  4. Tap the Power key to confirm the reset procedure
  5. When prompted with ‘Erase all user data and restore default settings, use the Volume Down key to highlight Yes.
  6. Confirm your action by pressing the Power button.

Performing a factory data reset is another option to consider when your Bluetooth malfunctions. This option removes all data and all third party applications from your phone. You could lose date so ensure that all data is backed up when you perform a factory data reset.

how to fix LG G6 Bluetooth issues

 

Wrapping up

All of these solutions should help your Bluetooth to function properly. If you have any questions please comment below.

 

 

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  1. Sam April 20, 2018
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