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How to Fix Bluetooth Issues on Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus/Galaxy S10/ Galaxy S10e

Last Updated on July 9, 2022 by Bestusefultips

Irritating by Bluetooth connection issues on Samsung Galaxy S10 after system update? Here’s how to fix Bluetooth issues on Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus/Galaxy S10/Galaxy S10e. Different types of Bluetooth connectivity problems occur, like can’t find nearby Bluetooth devices, can’t pair with headphone or Airdopes (Boat Partypal/JBL PartyBox. etc.), and car’s Bluetooth accessories issues. When your phone is connected with Bluetooth, you can also enable media audio and contact sharing to quickly reply to incoming calls using headphones.

The Samsung Galaxy device includes a dual audio Bluetooth feature to simultaneously enjoy your favorite music on two Bluetooth devices or Bluetooth speakers. Check out the below-given troubleshooting methods to fix Samsung Galaxy Bluetooth issues.

How to Fix Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus Bluetooth Connection Issues

How to fix Galaxy S10 Plus Bluetooth connection issues

First, restart your Samsung galaxy device and pair it with a Bluetooth device. Apply below given possible method to fix Bluetooth not working on Samsung One UI devices.

Turn Bluetooth Off & On

Swipe down the notification panel at the top and tap on Bluetooth to turn it off. Wait until 05-10 seconds and turn Bluetooth on. Now, trying to pair it with another device.

Alternative Way: Settings > Connection > Bluetooth > Toggle on OR Swipe down notification panel > Tap on Bluetooth Icon

Turn Airplane Mode On & Off 

Enable airplane mode 05-10 seconds and turn it off. Now, pair your phone’s Bluetooth with another device.

Swipe down the notification panel from the top of the screen > Tap on Airplane mode

Check for System Update

Check if any software update is available on your Samsung devices.

Settings > Software Update > Download and install

Remove All Paired Devices and Pair it Again to Fix Bluetooth Issue on Samsung Galaxy

Confirm your S10 plus device paired with another phone or car’s Bluetooth. If connected but Bluetooth isn’t working on Galaxy, clear all connected paired devices and add it again to your device list.

Settings > Connection > Bluetooth > Tap paired device you want to clear pair > Settings > Remove

Now turn on Bluetooth in your Samsung to connect to other devices using the below-given settings.

Settings > Connection > Bluetooth > Pair new device > Select device from list > connect

Clear Bluetooth App Cache & Data

Step 1: Go to Settings.

Step 2: Tap on Apps.

Step 3: Tap on Samsung app settigns.

Step 4: Tap on Bluetooth app.

Step 5: Tap on Storage.

Step 6: Tap on Clear cache.

To Clear Bluetooth Data: Settings > Apps > Samsung app settings > Bluetooth > Clear storage/Clear data > OK.

Change The Bluetooth AVRCP Version

Make sure to enable the developer option on your Samsung devices to change the Bluetooth AVRCP version.

Step 1: Go to Settings.

Step 2: Tap on Developer options.

Step 3: Scroll down and tap on Bluetooth AVRCP.

Step 4: Choose the version from AVRCP 1.5/1.3/1.4/1.6 (Default AVRCP 1.5 ).

Now, restart your Samsung device and try to pair.

Fix Samsung Can’t Pair with a Car

To fix Bluetooth that can’t pair with a car, clear all connected devices from the car’s Bluetooth list. Make sure to turn on Bluetooth on your Samsung Galaxy devices. After deleting all devices list, refresh the car’s Bluetooth and then try to pair your Samsung with the car’s Bluetooth.

Open car’s Bluetooth > Search > Select your device’s Bluetooth name > Confirm PIN if asked (try 1234 or 0000) > Accept 

Reset Network Settings on Samsung Galaxy

It’ll reset all network settings in your Samsung device, including Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and other network connections.

Step 1: Go to Settings.

Step 2: Tap on General management.

Step 3: Tap on Reset.

Step 4: Tap on Reset network settings.

Step 5: Tap on Reset settings.

Step 6: Tap on Reset settings.

Now try pairing with a Bluetooth device again and check to fix Bluetooth issues on the Samsung device. If none of the above solutions worked for you, try to wipe the cache partition on your Samsung device.

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We hope one of the above-given methods is helpful to fix Galaxy S10 Plus Bluetooth connection issues. Is there another solution you want to share to fix Bluetooth problems on Samsung Galaxy? Let us know in the comments below!

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