How to Fix Bluetooth Issues on Google Pixel 6a/Pixel 5a/Pixel 4a

Last Updated on July 27, 2022 by Bestusefultips

Annoying by Bluetooth not connected on Google Pixels? Several Pixel users reported Bluetooth connectivity problems with Pixel buds, Bluetooth headset, Fitbit, speakers, Airdopes, and Bluetooth earbuds. Also, facing cut-out sound when playing a song on a car stereo or not listening to music or podcast. Ensure your Bluetooth device is not connected to multiple phones/tablets/PCs. We surf the web and found the possible solutions to fix Bluetooth issues on Google Pixel 6a 5G/Pixel 5a 5G/Pixel 4a 5G.

How to Fix Bluetooth Connectivity Issues on Pixel 5a 5G/Pixel 4a 5G/Pixel 6a 5G

To fix Google Pixel Bluetooth not working problems, apply the below-given methods.

Restart your Pixel

Restart to fix Google Pixel 4a Bluetooth Issues

Long-press the power button & tap on Restart to reboot your phone. Try to pair with a Bluetooth device after restarting.

Check for Software Update

Step 1: Go to Settings.

Step 2: Scroll down & tap on the System.

Step 3: Tap on the System update.

Check system update to fix Bluetooth issue on Pixel 5a

 

Step 4: Tap on & Check for updates.

Delete the Paired Device

Delete the Bluetooth pair from your Pixel and car’s Bluetooth/Fitbit/Headset. Now, restart your Pixel and try connecting to the pair. 

Step 1: Go to Settings.

Step 2: Tap on Connected devices.

See Bluetooth connected devices on Google Pixel 4a

Step 3: Tap on See all.

You can see the list of connected Bluetooth devices.

How to Fix Bluetooth Connectivity Issues on Pixel 5a 5G

Step 4: Tap on the Settings icon of the device you want to delete the pair.

How to Fix Bluetooth Issues on Google Pixel 5a

Step 5: Tap on Forget.

Delete the Paired Device to fix Bluetooth not working on Pixel 4a 5G

Step 6: Tap on Forget device.

Re-pair your Bluetooth Device

Settings > Connected devices > Pair new device > Tap on your Device name > Connect

Change Bluetooth AVRCP Version to Fix Bluetooth Cutting Out With Car on Pixel 5a/Pixel 4a

Make sure to enable the developer option on your Pixel devices. 

Step 1: Go to Settings.

Step 2: Scroll down at the end and tap on System

If you can’t find developer options in your Pixel, click here to activate developer mode.

Google Pixel developer options settings

Step 3: Tap on Developer options at the bottom of the list. 

How to Change Bluetooth AVRCP Version on Google Pixels

Step 4: Scroll down and tap on the Bluetooth AVRCP version in the networking section.

Change Bluetooth AVRCP Version to Fix Bluetooth Cutting Out With Car on Pixel 5a

Step 5: Select the version AVRCP 1.3/AVRCP 1.4.

Reset Bluetooth Settings on Pixels 

To reset Bluetooth settings, you need to reset your Pixels’ network settings. It will reset all network settings to default in your Pixels.

Step 1: Go to Settings.

Step 2: Scroll down and tap System.

Reset all network settings on Google Pixel 5a 5G

Step 3: Tap Reset options.

Reset Bluetooth Settings on Pixel 5a

Step 4: Tap Reset Wi-Fi, mobile, and Bluetooth.

Reset network settings on Google Pixel 4a 5G

Step 5: Tap Reset settings.

Factory Reset your Pixel

It would help if you tried a factory reset of your Pixels. It will delete all your phone data. Make sure back up your data before performing this.

Replacement device

If none of the above-given methods worked for you, contact Google support and replace your device if possible.

Frequently Asked Question:

How do I Clear my Bluetooth Cache in Pixel 5a?

By default, hide Bluetooth in your apps list. The clear cache will remove temporary data for the app. To clear Bluetooth cache in Pixel 5a, go to Settings > Apps > See all apps > Three vertical dots at the upper right corner > Show system > Bluetooth > Storage and cache > Clear cache.

How do I Clear my Bluetooth Cache Pixel 4a?

To clear Bluetooth app cache Pixel 4a, go to Settings > Apps > See all apps > Three vertical dots at the upper right corner > Show system > Bluetooth > Storage and cache > Clear cache. It will temporarily delete Bluetooth data.

How do I Reset my Bluetooth Pixel 5?

To reset your Pixel 5 Bluetooth settings, you need to reset network settings. To reset network settings, go to Settings > System > Reset options > Reset Wi-Fi, mobile and Bluetooth > Reset settings.

And that’s all. Don’t forget to mention which solution worked for you to fix the Bluetooth issue on Google Pixel 5a/Pixel 4a? Stay and connect with us for the latest Google Pixel updates.

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