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How to Fix Samsung S22 Ultra Bluetooth Issues: S22 Plus, S22

Last Updated on September 27, 2023 by Bestusefultips

Annoying by Bluetooth pairing issues on the Samsung Galaxy S22 series? Here’s how to fix Bluetooth issues on Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra/S22 Plus/S22 5G devices. Several Samsung S22 ultra users face Bluetooth issues with car audio or Android auto after software update. Other Bluetooth connection issues include constantly disconnecting from the phone, connection drops during phone calls, or inability to pair with Gallaxy Bud2, Galaxy Watch, or headphones. 

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How to Fix Samsung S22 Ultra Bluetooth Issues: S22 Plus, S22

How to Fix Bluetooth Issues on Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra/S22 Plus/S22

1. Reboot your Phone

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

Step 2: Tap on Restart.

Step 3: Tap again on Restart to reboot your Samsung.

2. Turn the Bluetooth On/Off to Fix S22 Plus Bluetooth Issues

Swipe down the notification from the top and tap the Bluetooth symbol to turn it on/off.

3. Turn On Airplane Mode & Off

Swipe down the notification from the top and tap the Airplane mode symbol to turn it on/off.

4. Check for System Update

Step 1: Go to Settings.

Step 2: Tap the Software update.

Step 3: Tap the Download and install.

Update your Samsung phone if an update is available and check to fix Bluetooth problems Samsung Galaxy.

5. Clear Bluetooth Cache Samsung S22 Series

Step 1: Swipe the notification shade and tap the Settings gear icon.

Step 2: Scroll and tap the Apps.

Step 3: Scroll and tap Bluetooth.

Step 4: Tap the Storage.

Step 5: Tap the Clear cache.

Clear Bluetooth Data (Delete All Bluetooth’s data & settings): Settings > Apps > Bluetooth > Storage > Clear storage (Clear data) > OK

6. Delete and Re-Connect Pair

If your phone can’t pair with a watch or other accessories, remove the paired device list from your Samsung device and car’s Bluetooth pair list and try again to pair it.

Step 1: Go to Settings.

Step 2: Tap Connections.

Step 3: Tap Bluetooth.

Step 4: Tap the Settings gear symbol of the paired device.

Step 5: Tap Unpair at the bottom right.

Step 6: Tap again on Unpair.

Remove your paired device name from your phone and car’s list. Reboot your device and try to pair and check to fix the Bluetooth connection issue. 

7. Reset All Network Settings

It will remove all network settings to factory default on your Samsung phone.

Step 1: Go to Settings.

Step 2: Tap General Management.

Step 3: Tap the Reset.

Step 4: Tap the Reset network settings.

Step 5: Tap the Reset settings.

Step 6: Tap the Reset.

Restart your device & turn on Bluetooth, and try to pair it with another phone, Galaxy watch, or car’s Bluetooth. 

If none of the above-given methods worked for you, factory reset your Samsung S22 series. Back up your phone data before performing the factory data reset.

And that’s it. End the list of possible solutions to fix Bluetooth Issues on Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra/S22 Plus/S22. Do you have other solutions to fix Bluetooth connection issues in Samsung? Please share with us in the comment box below.


Frequently Asked Questions:

How do I Put my S22 in Pairing Mode?

First, turn on Bluetooth in your Samsung S22 device. Now, go to settings and tap on connections. Tap on Bluetooth and search for the device you want to pair. When you find the device, tap on it and tap on Pair. 

How do I Reset my Samsung Galaxy S22 Bluetooth?

To reset Bluetooth data on your Samsung S22 series, go to Settings > Apps > Bluetooth > Storage > Clear data > OK. It will delete all Bluetooth settings and data from your phone.

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