Last Updated on March 7, 2021 by Bestusefultips
Annoying by can’t find Bluetooth device on your Android Nougat 7.0 & 7.1? Here’s how to fix Android 7.0 Bluetooth issues. Different types of Bluetooth problem occurs like Bluetooth won’t pair with a car or other accessories, Bluetooth pairing issue, Bluetooth won’t connect Android and more. Several users facing Bluetooth and WiFi issues after updated to the new OS version also. Check out below given possible solutions to fix Bluetooth connection issue on Android phones.
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How to Fix Bluetooth Not Working Android Nougat 7.0 & 7.1
Turn Bluetooth Off & On
When try to connect Bluetooth device but seen Bluetooth pair not available on your android device, turn off Bluetooth, and after few seconds try again to connect it. Make sure the pair you want to connect is turning on Bluetooth.
Check Software Update & App Update
You can show software updates available on your device using the below settings.
Settings > System > about phone > System updates
Also, check for the Bluetooth app update.
Open Google Play Store > Three horizontal lines (More) at the top left corner > My apps & games > Update all
Unpair All Bluetooth Devices
Remove all your Bluetooth paired devices from your phone. Restart your Android phone and try to pair it again on your phone.
Settings > Bluetooth > Turn on Bluetooth > Paired device > Select the pair device > Remove
Clear Bluetooth Cache
You can try clear Bluetooth app cache & data in your Nougat. It will remove all temporary data from your device. After clearing the cache, restart your phone and try to pair.
Settings > Apps > Three vertical dots at the top right corner > Show System > Select Bluetooth > Clear cache
If you still facing Bluetooth issues, try to clear data (It will remove all your app data).
Reset All Network Settings
Step 1: Go to “Settings”
Step 2: Tap on “Backup & reset” under the personal section.
Step 3: Tap “Network settings reset”.
Step 4: Touch “Reset settings”.
Step 5: If set pattern or Password on your device, confirm the pattern.
Step 6: Again tap on “Reset settings”.
It will reset all networking settings from your Android Nougat 7.0 & 7.1 devices including saved Wi-Fi network, Bluetooth pair, and cellular data.
Wipe Cache Partition Android Nougat
Step 1: First of all switch off your phone.
Step 2: Press & hold the volume down button and the power button at the same time until the phone switch on.
You can see the Android system recovery screen on your device. By default “start” button seen on your android nougat phone.
Step 3: Press the volume down button until you see the Recovery mode.
Step 4: Press the power button to restart in recovery mode.
You can see the above screen of the Android robot with a red exclamation mark (No command) on the screen.
Step 5: Press volume buttons to scroll to Wipe cache partition, press the power button to select it.
You can show this message on the phone screen: Wipe cache?
Step 6: To confirm, use volume buttons to scroll to Yes and press the power button to select it.
Clearing the cache data may take a few minutes.
Step 7: Use the volume buttons to scroll to Reboot system now, press the power button to select it.
End the list of possible solutions to fix Bluetooth not working android nougat 7.0 & 7.1.2 device. If you have known other solution to resolve Bluetooth issue, please share with us.