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How to Fix Bluetooth Issues on Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus

Last Updated on January 16, 2024 by Bestusefultips

Are you annoyed by the Samsung Galaxy S9 Bluetooth connectivity issue? Here’s how to fix Bluetooth issues on Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus, such as the S9 won’t pair with Bluetooth, Bluetooth dropping out, the smartwatch can’t pair via Bluetooth, can’t pair with a car, can’t hear music, or make or receive calls via Bluetooth. Bluetooth and Wi-Fi issues are common problems in newly launched smartphones or after updating the phone’s OS. While Bluetooth is turned on, nearby devices can see your device, and you can pair Samsung S9 to Mercedes, Toyota Tundra, Powerbeats 3, Fitbit band, Galaxy smart wear, and more. In this tutorial, I’ll explain the possible methods to fix Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus.

Why is Bluetooth not finding devices on my Samsung Galaxy? If your Samsung S9 has Bluetooth issues, check to ensure it is correctly paired with your Galaxy S9 with a car or other accessories. You can share your Galaxy S9 connection with Bluetooth, also. To save battery life on Galaxy S9, turn off Bluetooth when you’re not using it. Check out the below given possible solutions to fix Galaxy S9 won’t pair with Bluetooth issues.

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How to Fix Bluetooth Issues on Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus

How to fix Bluetooth wont connect on Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus

If Samsung Galaxy S9 Bluetooth is not working or can’t pair with a car, try the solutions below.

Restart your Phone

Restarting your Samsung device sometimes fix performance problem if there is a minor glitch. Long-press the power button > Restart in the power menu > Restart.

Read More: How to Restart Your Samsung Device

Turn Bluetooth Off & On 

This is one of the primary solutions to fix the Galaxy S9 Bluetooth won’t pair problem.

Step 1: Go to Settings.

Step 2: Tap on Connections.

Step 3: Tap on Bluetooth.

Step 4: Turn off Bluetooth and then turn it on again.

Now, pair it with your car or other Samsung Galaxy devices. Also, try to connect Bluetooth pairs when turning Wi-Fi off.

Alternative Way: Swipe down the notification panel at the top and tap Bluetooth to turn it on/off.

Change Bluetooth AVRCP Version

Enable developer mode on your Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus and S9. After turning on developer mode, follow the below settings to change Bluetooth AVRCP version 1.4 to 1.6.

Settings > Developer mode> Bluetooth AVRCP version > Choose 1.6.

Check for Software Update

Make sure your Samsung device is running the latest software updates. To check for Samsung software updates, go to Settings > Software update > Download and install.

Clear the Bluetooth Cache on Samsung S9 and S9 Plus

By default, hide the Bluetooth app on your phone. You can find it under the system apps list on your Samsung device.

Settings > Apps > Find the Bluetooth in system apps > Storage > Clear cache.

Delete and Re-Pair Bluetooth Device

Find your Bluetooth name and pair it with your phone or tablet. If you can’t see your device’s Bluetooth, refresh your phone list and then try to pair it with a car or phone.

If you still find your device name, clear your Bluetooth device name from your phone or car and then again pair from your Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus.

Settings > Connections > Bluetooth > Paired device > Settings > Forget.

Now restart your Galaxy S9 and turn on Bluetooth again. Search your device name and pair it with a car or other accessories. If none of the above methods fix Galaxy S9 and Samsung S9 Bluetooth problems, try the below-given way.

Reset Network Settings

It will reset all network settings, including saved Wi-Fi, Bluetooth paired, and mobile data.

Step 1: Go to Settings in your Galaxy S9 & S9 Plus.

Step 2: Tap on General Management.

Step 3: Tap on Reset under the reset section.

Here, you can see reset settings, reset network settings, and factory data reset settings.

Step 4: Tap on Reset network settings.

Step 5: Press the Reset settings button.

All your Galaxy S9 WiFi, Bluetooth, and Cellular data network settings reset. Now restart your device and check to fix Galaxy S9 Bluetooth problems.

If you are still facing issues, factory reset your Samsung Galaxy devices.

Factory Reset Your Samsung S9 and S9 Plus

Make sure to back up & restore your important data before performing this. It will remove all your phone data.

Step 1: Go to Settings in your Galaxy S9 & S9 Plus.

Step 2: Tap on General Management.

Step 3: Tap on Reset under the reset section.

Step 4: Tap on Factory data reset.

Step 5: Tap on Reset phone.

Confirm your lock screen to continue the process.

Step 6: Tap on Erase Everything.

End the list of possible solutions. Don’t forget to mention which method worked for you to fix Bluetooth won’t connect on Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus. Do you know some other ways to resolve the issue? Please share with us in below comment box.


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