How to Fix Bluetooth Connection Issue on Galaxy S20/S20+ or S20 Ultra

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Here are possible solutions to fix Bluetooth issue on Samsung Galaxy S20, S20+, or S20 Ultra. Different Bluetooth problems occur like can’t pair wit car or accessory, can’t hear music, car Bluetooth media not working, Bluetooth speaker disconnecting, etc. If your phone can’t connect with your car or Bluetooth accessory, try the solutions below. We use Bluetooth to share data between two devices. Also, connect your phone Bluetooth to the car’s Bluetooth and enjoy music/media or make or get calls. You can share your phone mobile data by Bluetooth, WiFi or USB is called tethering or using a hotspot.

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Check out below given methods.

Turn Bluetooth on and off

Swipe down the notification panel and tap the Bluetooth icon to enable it. Tap again Bluetooth to disable. Wait until 30-40 seconds and enable it and try to pair it with another phone. When turning on Bluetooth, you can see a Bluetooth symbol at the top of the screen.

Turn Airplane Mode on and off

Swipe down the notification panel and tap the Airplane icon to enable it. Wait up to 30-40 seconds and turn it on again. Try to pair with Bluetooth and check to fix the issue.

Restart your phone

Press and hold the side key and volume down key until the power menu appears. Tap on Restart to reboot your device. After rebooting, try to pair.

Delete Paired Devices From Your Phone

Step 1: Go to Settings.

Step 2: Tap Connections.

Step 3: Tap Bluetooth.

Step 4: If needed, enable Bluetooth.

Step 5: Tap the Paired network that you want to remove.

Here, you can see phone calls, media audio, and contact sharing options.

Step 6: Tap Forget.

Restart your phone and pair it again usint this: Settings > Connections > Bluetooth > Pair new device > Tap your device name > Pair

Clear Bluetooth Cache

It will remove temporary app data from your device.

Step 1: Go to Settings.

Step 2: Tap Notifications.

Step 3: Tap App notifications.

Step 4: Tap Three vertical dots at the upper right corner.

Step 5: Tap Show system.

Step 6: Scroll down and tap Bluetooth.

Step 7: Tap Storage.

Step 8: Tap Clear cache.

Restart your phone and try to pair with other phones or car accessory.

Reset Network Settings

Step 1: Go to Settings.

Step 2: Scroll down and tap General Management.

Step 3: Tap Reset.

Step 4: Tap Reset network settings.

Step 5: Tap Reset Settings.

Step 6:  Tap Reset settings to confirm it.

You can see this message: Network settings have been reset!

Now, restart your phone and try to connect with other Bluetooth pair.

And that’s all. We hope one of the above-given methods works for you to fix Galaxy S20 Bluetooth issue. Do you have any alternative methods? Share with us in below comment box.

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