Last Updated on March 7, 2021 by Bestusefultips
Several Oreo users reported Bluetooth not working in Android 8 Oreo after the update. Most of all new Android devices Bluetooth issue occurs when trying to connect Bluetooth pair with other Android phones or cars or other Bluetooth accessories. Your phone can’t connect Bluetooth accessories, or different cars like BMW, Audi, Mercedes Benz, Volvo, Tesla, etc. First of all check any update available on your phone. If not fix the issue after updating your phone, clear the Bluetooth cache, or reset network settings in your Android phone or tablet.
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How to Fix Android Oreo Bluetooth issues
Check out each one listed below methods to fix the Bluetooth issue on android 8.0 Oreo devices.
Restart Your Device
Tap & hold the power button until the power menu appears and tap on “Restart”. After the restart, try to pair with Bluetooth.
Turn Bluetooth Off and On
Swipe down the notification panel from the top of the screen and tap on the Bluetooth icon to enable or disable it. Now search nearby Bluetooth device to connect with your Android device.
Remove Paired Devices and Pair it again
Make sure your device paired with a nearby device. If you can’t found your device, remove paired devices, and pair it again.
Settings > Connection/Network & internet > Bluetooth > Pair devices > Settings gear icon > Forget > Forget device
Now, restart your phone and try to pair it.
Settings > Connection/Network & internet > Bluetooth > Pair new device > Tap your device Bluetooth name
Clear the Bluetooth Cache
Step 1: Go to Settings in your Android Oreo.
Step 2: Tap Apps & notifications.
Step 3: Tap App info.
By default, Bluetooth is hidden in system apps.
Step 4: Tap Three vertical dots (Menu) at the top right corner.
Step 5: Tap Show system.
Step 6: Tap Bluetooth.
Step 7: Tap Storage.
Step 8: Tap Clear cache.
Reset Network Settings on Android 8.0 Oreo
Step 1: Go to Settings in android Oreo.
Step 2: Tap on System.
Step 3: Tap on Reset.
Step 4: Tap on Network settings reset.
Step 5: Again touch Reset settings.
It will reset all network settings from your android 8.0 devices including Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and mobile data. Check to fix the Bluetooth connectivity issues on Android Oreo.
Enable Safe Mode to Fix Bluetooth issues Android Oreo 8.0
Step 1: Press and hold the power button in your Android 8.0 Oreo.
Step 2: Touch & hold Power off.
Now, your Android Oreo phone is in safe mode. You can see the safe mode symbol below the left side corner.
If you’re Android Oreo Bluetooth connection with other devices in safe mode, it means any third party downloaded apps causing problems. Remove one by one third-party app. Find the app that causing problems to Bluetooth connectivity and remove it from your device. To exit safe mode on Android Oreo, long-press the power button and tap restart.
The list ends here. Don’t forget to mention which method worked for you to fix android Oreo Bluetooth issues. Let me know in the comment section if you have any trouble.