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Bluetooth won’t connect to the phone or car accessories? Here’s how to fix Bluetooth issues on Samsung Galaxy Note 10 plus. You can see different types of Bluetooth issues such as can’t pair with a car, can’t pair with the accessory, or can’t make or get calls, etc. First of all check Bluetooth basic settings such as make sure turn Bluetooth off & turn on again and confirm your devices are paired & connected. Some of the devices facing can’t hear music when the phone connected with the car’s Bluetooth.
We use Bluetooth to share data between two devices and share a mobile connection also. Apply below given possible methods to fix Bluetooth issues on Samsung Note 10 plus.
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How to Fix Bluetooth Not Working on Samsung Note 10 Plus
If your car or Bluetooth accessory isn’t connecting to your Samsung Galaxy Note 10 plus, try the solutions below.
Restart your device
Long press the power button and tap the restart button to reboot your device. After a restart, try to connect with the Bluetooth pair and check the fix issue.
Can’t pair with a car – Clear devices
If your phone can’t pair with car or phone, or other accessories, clear paired devices list from your phone’s list.
Connection > Bluetooth > Connected devices > Forget
Clear devices paired with your car. Now refresh the device list, and then pair with other phone’s Bluetooth or car’s Bluetooth. You can pair with your wear OS also with your device. When you try to connect with the accessory, if you need a PIN or password, try 1234 or 0000 if you don’t know.
Clear Bluetooth Cache to fix Bluetooth issues on Samsung Note 10 plus
Find the Bluetooth app under system app settings. Try to clear app cache in Samsung Note 10+ using apps settings. It will delete temporary app data.
Settings > Apps > See all apps > Three vertical dots (More) > Show system > Bluetooth > Storage > Clear cache
If clear cache can’t fix your problem, try to clear data in Note 10+ and see fix galaxy Note 10 plus Bluetooth connectivity issues.
Reset Network Settings on Samsung Note 10+
This removes all saved wifi networks, Bluetooth paired, cellular data and other network-related settings.
Step 1: Swipe down the notification panel from the top of the screen and tap the Settings gear icon.
Step 2: Tap General Management.
Step 3: Tap Reset.
Step 4: Tap Reset Network Settings.
Step 5: Tap Reset settings.
Step 6: Tap Reset settings again to confirm it.
Now try your device pair with other devices or car’s Bluetooth and see fix Note 10+ issues.
And that’s all. We hope one of the above-given methods useful to fix Bluetooth issues on Samsung Note 10 plus. Do you still have any questions regarding this tip? Tell us in below comment box.