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How To Enable or Disable Bluetooth On Android 10, 9 (Pie), 8.1 (Oreo)

Last Updated on March 7, 2021 by Bestusefultips

Here’s how to enable or disable Bluetooth on Android 8.0 Oreo, 9 Pie, and 10 devices. Bluetooth is useful to connect your device with other nearby Bluetooth devices when turned on Bluetooth in your android Oreo 8.0 devices. You can send photos, audio files, videos and other documents to other devices. This Bluetooth transfer data is slow compare to other android data transfer apps such as Xender, Dropbox, etc. In android 8.1 developer preview, Google has added Bluetooth battery levels icon right next to Bluetooth icon in quick settings bar, so you can easily see the remaining battery in your latest android 8.1 devices such as Pixel 2, Pixel 2 XL, Nexus 6P, Nexus 5X, etc.

Several users facing this Bluetooth issue in him Oreo devices. Have you been facing Bluetooth problem in the android Oreo 8.0 device? We already discussed how to fix android Oreo Bluetooth issues. Also, rename Bluetooth device and change Bluetooth paired devices settings for use such as phone audio, media audio, and contact sharing. Follow the below-given step by step guide to turning on Bluetooth in android Oreo 8.0 devices such as Pixel 2, Pixel 2 XL, Google Pixel, Pixel XL, Nexus 6P, Nexus 5X and more.


How To Enable Bluetooth In Android Oreo 8.0, 9 Pie and 10

Let see how to use Bluetooth in the latest android devices to communicate with other nearby devices. Check below given two ways to turn on Bluetooth in the latest android devices.

Enable or Disable Bluetooth on Android 9 Pie and 10

Step 1: Go to Settings in your latest android devices.

Step 2: Tap on Connected devices.

Step 3: Tap on Connection preferences.

Step 4: Tap on Bluetooth.

Step 5: Toggle on/off.

Now pair your device with other Bluetooth devices and transfer photos, music, and other data.

For Android 8.1 & 8.0 Oreo:

Turn on Bluetooth in Android 8 Oreo using Phone settings

Step 1: Go to settings in your android Oreo devices.

Step 2: Tap Connected devices.

Here you’ll see Bluetooth, Cast, NFC, Android Beam, USB and Printing options. By default turn off Bluetooth in your Oreo and other android devices.

Android Oreo Bluetooth settings in Pixel 2

Step 3: Tap Bluetooth.

Enable Bluetooth in android Oreo 8.0

Step 4: Turn on toggle button Bluetooth.

Now it will search nearby available Bluetooth devices. Now connect your device with nearby Bluetooth device and share photos, videos and other documents want to share.  If none of the nearby Bluetooth devices turned on, you can’t see any option for connecting. Also, see the list of paired devices if connected with another device in the past. When Bluetooth is on in your device, it is visible to nearby devices while they turn on Bluetooth in android Oreo and other devices.

Enable Bluetooth in android Oreo using quick settings

Step 1: Scroll down the notification bar from any screen in your Oreo devices.

Turn on Bluetooth in Oreo using quick settings

Step 2: Tap Bluetooth to enable it

Now connect with the nearby devices and transfer data you want.

Rename Bluetooth device on Android Oreo 8.0

Step 1: Go to settings.

Step 2: Tap connected devices.

Step 3: Turn on Bluetooth in your Oreo.

Step 4: Tap three horizontal lines from the top right side corner.

Rename Bluetooth name in Pixel 2 Oreo

Step 5: Tap rename this device.

Step 6: Enter name want to set.

Rename Bluetooth device on android 8.0 Oreo

Step 7: Tap Rename.

That’s all. Do you still have questions about enable Bluetooth in android Oreo 8.0? Feel free to leave them in the comment section below. Don’t forget to check out our other android Oreo articles.

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