Here’s how to fix Samsung Galaxy Note 9 Bluetooth keeps disconnecting or won’t pair issues. After updating my Note 9 to ONE UI 2.0 users have been experiencing Bluetooth connection issues. All new phones have Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and a network-related problem occur. There are several different types of Bluetooth problems that occur such as galaxy Note 9 won’t pair with Bluetooth or Wear OS or Bluetooth accessory isn’t connecting to galaxy Note 9 or Galaxy Note 9 can’t pair with a car or can’t make phone calls in car and more.
One of the best solutions to first you should try is to restart your Note 9 device. After that try to connect with Bluetooth pair you want to connect and check to solve Bluetooth problems or not. Also, ask you’re Google Assistant or Bixby about Bluetooth isn’t working. Check out below given troubleshoots methods to fix the Bluetooth connectivity issue on galaxy Note 9.
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How to Fix Bluetooth Pairing Problem on Galaxy Note 9
Here I’ll show you four different methods to fix Samsung Galaxy Note 9 Bluetooth problems.
Turn Bluetooth off and then on again
First of all turn off Bluetooth in your galaxy Note 9. Now again connect your Galaxy Note 9 via Bluetooth.
Settings > Connected device > Bluetooth > Turned on OR Swipe down notification panel > Tap Bluetooth
Now try to connect with other devices and check to fix Bluetooth issues or not.
Make sure the device paired and connected
Check your device paired with other devices you want to connect. If already connected but Bluetooth not working on Galaxy Note 9, clear connected paired device and again add it on your device.
Settings > Connected device > Bluetooth > Tap paired device > Settings > Forget
Now again try to connect your Note 9 with pair you want to connect.
Cleared all Bluetooth devices to fix Galaxy Note 9 Bluetooth won’t connect to my car
To fix this Bluetooth can’t pair with a car issue, cleared all Bluetooth devices from your car’s Bluetooth and phone’s Bluetooth also. After clear all devices, refresh the device list, then pair Note 9 Bluetooth with a car.
Connect pair phone
Settings > Connected device > Bluetooth > Three vertical dots (More) > Refresh > Car’s name
Pair from your car
Open car’s Bluetooth > tap your phone’s Bluetooth name > Confirm PIN if asked > Accept
If your device can’t pair with other accessories, refresh the accessory list. Sometimes needs a passcode, try 1234 or 0000 to connect with your device. You’ll enjoy music by Bluetooth with a car and make or get phone calls by Bluetooth also.
Clear the Bluetooth app cache on Galaxy Note 9
If none of the above-given methods worked for you, try to clear cache Bluetooth on Samsung Note 9 using apps settings.
Settings > Apps > Three vertical dots > System apps > Bluetooth > Storage > Clear cache
Reset network settings to fix Bluetooth connection problem on Galaxy Note 9
Settings > Network & internet > Three vertical dots > Reset Wi-Fi, mobile & Bluetooth > Reset settings
Now reset all Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and mobile data connected password from your Samsung Galaxy Note 9. Again connect your password or other details to use in your device. If none of the methods worked for you, you need to factory reset your Samsung Note 9. Before performing Note 9 factory reset, back up your important data.
And that’s all. Have you been ever facing Bluetooth problems on Galaxy Note 9? Do you know some other methods to fix this Bluetooth connection problem on Galaxy Note 9 issue? Share with us in below comment box.