Last Updated on July 27, 2022 by Bestusefultips
Do you want to clear the cache for the Bluetooth app on your Pixels? Here’s how to clear Bluetooth cache in Google Pixel 6 Pro/6/Pixel 6a 5G/Pixel 5/Pixel 5a 5G/Pixel 4 XL/4/4a 5G (Running Android 12) devices. By default, hidden Bluetooth app settings on your device. You can find the Bluetooth app in the system apps settings on your Pixels. This clear cache for Bluetooth will remove temporary app data from your device. Also, a clear Bluetooth data cache removes all Bluetooth data permanently, including files, settings, etc. You can clear the app cache on Pixels if you’ve faced the app crashing or freezing, suddenly the app stopped working, etc.
How Do I Clear the Cache in Pixel 6 Pro/6a 5G/5/5a 5G/4 XL/4/4a 5G?
Step 1: Swipe down the notification panel twice at the top & tap on the Settings icon.
Step 2: Tap on Apps.
Step 3: Tap on See all apps.
Step 4: Tap on Three vertical dots (More) at the top right corner.
Step 5: Tap on the Show system.
Step 6: Scroll down and tap on Bluetooth.
Step 7: Tap on Storage and cache.
Step 8: Tap on Clear cache.
How to Clear Bluetooth Data (Clear Storage) on Pixels
Step 1: Follow the above-given steps 1 to 7.
Step 2: Tap on Clear storage.
You can see this pop-up message: Delete app data?
Step 3: Tap on OK.
How to Clear App Cache (Third Party Apps) in Google Pixels (Android 12)
Settings > Apps > See all apps > Select any downloaded app (We choose a Google Chrome) > Storage and cache > Clear cache.
Frequently Asked Question:
How do I Reset my Bluetooth Pixel 5?
To reset Bluetooth on Pixel 5 and other Pixels (Running Android 12), go to Settings > System > Reset options > Reset Wi-Fi, mobile, and Bluetooth > Reset settings > Confirm your screen lock > Reset settings. It will reset all network settings to factory default.
Does Google Pixel 6 have Bluetooth Issues?
Yes, several Pixel 6 users are facing Bluetooth connectivity issues with headphones, car audio, Pixel buds, etc. To fix the Bluetooth problems on Pixel 5, try to restart your phone, check the software update, delete & re-pair the device, change the Bluetooth AVRCP version (1.5 to 1.4/1.3), or reset network settings.
How Do I Clear my Bluetooth Data Cache?
If you clear Bluetooth data cache, go to Settings > Apps > See all apps > Menu at the upper right corner > Show system > Bluetooth > Storage and cache > Clear storage > OK. This will delete all Bluetooth app data and settings.
And that’s all. Do you still have any questions about clear Bluetooth cache in Google Pixels? Tell us in below comment section.