Why My iPhone 6 Plus Won't Pair With Bluetooth Device?

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    We know how much you love your iPhone 6 Plus, and we understand that even the small bug is extremely irritating. If you noticed your device won’t pair with Bluetooth devices you have, we have some suggestions, take a look at these 5 ways to fix iPhone 6 Plus won’t pair with Bluetooth device.

    See also: 5 Ways To Fix IPhone 6 Plus Won’t Download Or Update Apps

    5 ways to fix iPhone 6 Plus won't pair with Bluetooth device



    Solution No.1: Turn Bluetooth off and back on again

    To do this, tap on Settings, Bluetooth, and turn it off. After a couple of seconds, turn it back on again.



    Solution No.2: Airplane mode

    When you have issues with Wi-Fi, Cellular data or Bluetooth, you should try this simple trick. Navigate to Settings, enable the Airplane mode, leave it on for 15-20 seconds and then turn it back off.



    Solution No.3: Restart your iPhone

    Press and hold the sleep/wake button, and drag the slider in order to turn off your iPhone 6 Plus. When it’s off, press the same button, and turn the device back on.



    Solution No.4: Restart Bluetooth device

    To do so, turn the device off and then on again. As you know, restart often solves many bugs, and Bluetooth device is no exception, so maybe this solution will work out for you.


    Solution No.5: Forget Bluetooth device

    When your iPhone won't pair with a Bluetooth device, you need to go to Bluetooth settings and forget that device. To do so, go to Settings > Bluetooth, find the device under "My devices", tap on (i) button and then tap Forget this device.



    What else?

    There are few other things to try: to reset network settings, update iOS software and reset all settings.


    Reset network settings

    To reset network settings, follow the steps below:

    • Go to Settings
    • Tap General
    • Now tap Reset
    • Tap Reset network settings

    Update iOS

    You have two main options, to update it via iTunes, or wirelessly. We suggest the option no.2, since it is a lot simpler. Back up your files to iCloud, connect the phone to the power source, and a Wi-Fi network. Click on Settings, General, Software Update. Choose Download and Install.



    Reset all settings

    By doing this, your device will be restored to its factory defaults, but your data won't be deleted.

    • Go to Settings
    • Next, tap General
    • Tap Reset
    • Tap Reset all settings.
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