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How to Fix Bluetooth Problem on Google Pixel and Pixel XL

Last Updated on March 7, 2021 by Bestusefultips

Here’s the list of solutions to fix Bluetooth problem on Google Pixel XL and Pixel. Some of the users reported Pixel and Pixel XL Bluetooth pairing or Bluetooth not finding devices issue. Due to this reason, you can’t connect your Bluetooth device when try to Bluetooth pairing with Car or other Bluetooth accessories and various cars including BMW, Audi, Tesla, Mercedes Benz, Volvo, etc.

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How to Fix Google Pixel Bluetooth Pairing Issue

First of all turn Bluetooth off and then turn on again. After that search other device Bluetooth name and try to connect with your Pixel. If you still facing issue, apply below given troubleshooting methods.

Restart Your Pixel

Tap & hold the power button and tap on Restart. After restart, try to connect your Pixel to other device’s Bluetooth.

Check System Update

Check system software updates is available for your Pixel device, it will fixes critical bugs and improves the performance of your Google Pixel.

Settings > System > Advanced > System update > Check for update

Clear the Bluetooth Cache to Fix Bluetooth Problem on Google Pixel XL and Pixel

Step 1: Go to Settings.

Step 2: Tap Apps & notifications.

Step 3: Tap See all apps.

Find Bluetooth in Pixel to Fix Bluetooth issue

Step 4: Tap on More (Three vertical dots) at the top right corner.

Show system to find Bluetooth in Google Pixel XL

Step 5: Select Show system.

Google Pixel Bluetooth Issue

Step 6: Scroll down and tap on Bluetooth.

Clear Bluetooth cache to fix Google Pixel Bluetooth Pairing Issue

Step 7: Tap on Storage and cache.

How to Fix Bluetooth Problem on Google Pixel and Pixel XL

Step 8: Tap on Clear cache.

Remove All Bletooth Paired (Phone & Speaker) and Connect Again

Step 1: Go to Settings.

Step 2: Tap Connected devices.

Remove All Bletooth Paired to Fix Pixel Bluetooth Problem

Step 3: Tap Settings ger icon of connected device.

Fix Google Pixel Bluetooth Pairing

Step 4: Tap Forget.

Step 5: Tap Forget device.

Restart your phone and re-connect again to go Settings > Connected devices > Pair new device > Tap your device name

Google Pixel Can’t Pair With Car’s Bluetooth

Delete all paired devices from your car’s Bluetooth list. Now, search your Pixel’s Bluetooth and try to connect it.

End the list of troubleshooting methods. Did you find the above tricks helpful to fix Bluetooth problem on Pixel XL and Pixel phone? What other fixes do you know to fix this issue? Let us know in below comment box.

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