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How to Fix Samsung Galaxy S21 Bluetooth Connection Issues

Last Updated on January 11, 2024 by Bestusefultips

Are you irritated by Bluetooth not working on your Samsung S21 series? Here’s how to fix Samsung Galaxy S21 Bluetooth connection issues. When turning on Bluetooth, it will connect to nearby devices. Also, this type of Bluetooth problem includes pairing with a car, Bluetooth accessories not connecting, and other Bluetooth issues on Galaxy S21 Ultra, S21 Plus, and S21. You can use a Bluetooth connection to pair with two devices and share photos, videos, and other data.

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How to Fix Samsung Galaxy S21 Bluetooth Connection Issues

How to Fix Bluetooth Issue on Galaxy S21 Ultra

Check out the below-given troubleshooting methods to fix Samsung Galaxy S21 keep disconnecting from Bluetooth issues.

Turn Bluetooth Off & On

Step 1: Swipe down the notification panel twice and tap on Bluetooth to turn it off.

Step 2: After 5-7 seconds, tap Bluetooth to enable it again.

Now, check your phone pair with another device.

Make Sure Your Devices are Paired and Connected

You can see the device name on the list if your phone is connected. Try to transfer data to another phone and check to fix the Bluetooth issue.

Restart the Samsung S21 

Step 1: Pull down the notification panel at the top and tap the Power icon.

Step 2: Tap Restart.

Step 3: Tap Restart again to reboot your phone.

Step 4: Try to connect your phone’s Bluetooth to another phone.

Turn Airplane Mode (Flight Mode) On & Off

Step 1: Swipe down the notification panel at the top and tap Flight mode to activate it.

Step 2: After 5-10 seconds, tap Flight mode to turn it off.

Now, try to connect the pair with another device.

Check for Software Update

Step 1: Go to Settings.

Step 2: Scroll down and tap Software update.

Step 3: Tap Download and install.

Step 4: If updates are available, then update them.

Your software is up to date message view if already updated with the latest version.

Clear Bluetooth Cache in Samsung S21, S21+, S21 Ultra

Settings > Apps > Tap Three horizontal lines in front of the app. Your apps > Toggle on Show system apps > OK > Bluetooth > Storage > Clear cache in the bottom right corner.

Unpair & Pair the Bluetooth Device

Step 1: Go to Settings.

Step 2: Tap Connections.

Step 3: Tap Bluetooth.

Step 4: Tap the Settings icon in front of the paired device.

Step 5: Tap Unpair.

Now, turn Bluetooth off on your Samsung device and follow the steps below to pair it.

Step 1: Swipe down the notification panel twice at the top and long press on the Bluetooth.

Step 2: Toggle on a button.

Make sure the device you want to connect to is in pairing mode.

Step 3: Tap Scan if you can’t find your device name.

Step 4: Tap your device name in the available devices section.

Step 5: Tap Pair to connect it.

You can connect your Bluetooth device with other devices.

Reset the Network Settings on the Samsung Galaxy S21

If your device is facing WiFi problems, Bluetooth can’t connect, and other network issues, you can try to reset network settings to fix issues.

Step 1: Swipe down the notification panel at the top and tap the Settings icon.

Step 2: Scroll down and tap General Management.

Step 3: Tap Reset at the end.

Step 4: Tap Reset network settings.

Step 5: Tap Reset settings.

Step 6: Unlock the phone screen.

Step 7: Tap Reset.

Restart your phone and try to pair it with another phone.

Which of the above methods worked for you? Do you have any alternative method to fix the Bluetooth issue on the Galaxy S21 Ultra? Please share it with us in the comment box below.

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