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How to Fix Google Pixel 5 Bluetooth Issues

Last Updated on April 14, 2021 by Bestusefultips

Irritated by Bluetooth pair but not connect to your Google Pixel 5/Pixel 4a 5G? Here’s how to fix Pixel 5 Bluetooth issue. We use a Bluetooth connection to pair with other smartphones to share data like photos or music. You can connect your phone’s Bluetooth pair with a car also to hear music and make or get calls from speakers. Not all cars can make or get phone calls by Bluetooth.

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How to Fix Bluetooth Connection Issue on Google Pixel 5

If your car or Bluetooth isn’t pairing to your Pixel, try the below possible solutions.

Turn Bluetooth Off and then On

Turn Bluetooth Off and then On Google Pixel 5

Step 1: Pull down the notification panel and tap on Bluetooth to disable it.

Step 2: Tap Bluetooth to enable it again.

Restart your Pixel 5

Step 1: Tap & hold the power button.

Press the power key to restart your Pixel 5 to fix Bluetooth problem

Step 2: Tap the Power icon.

Restart your Pixel 5 to fix Bluetooth issues

Step 3: Tap the Restart to restart the device.

Make Sure your Devices are Paired

Step 1: Go to Phone settings.

Connected devices to fix Bluetooth issue Pixel 5

Step 2: Tap Connected devices.

Connection preferences to fix Bluetooth pairing issue Pixel 5

Step 3: Tap Connection preferences.

Pixel 5 Bluetooth settings

Step 4: Tap Bluetooth.

Make Sure Bluetooth turned on and your Devices are Paired

Step 5: Make sure Bluetooth is turned on.

You can see the device shows as Connected.

Clear Bluetooth Cache on Google Pixels

Step 1: Go to Settings.

Step 2: Tap Apps & notifications.

Step 3: Tap See all apps.

Apps settings to clear Bluetooth cache on Pixels

Step 4: Tap Three vertical dots at the top right.

Show system apps to clear Bluetooth cache on Pixel 5

Step 5: Tap Show system.

Clear Bluetooth cache to fix Google Pixel 5 Bluetooth issue

Step 6: Scroll down and tap Bluetooth.

Storage and cache settings Bluetooth Pixel

Step 7: Tap Storage & cache.

Clear Bluetooth Cache on Google Pixel 5 to fix Bluetooth Pairing Problem

Step 8: Tap Clear cache.

Delete Pair devices & re-connect to Fix Google Pixel 5 Bluetooth Issues

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

Step 2: Tap Connected devices.

Make sure to turn on Bluetooth in your Pixel devices.

Bluetooth pair but not connect on your Google Pixel 5

Step 3: Tap See all under previously connected devices section.

Step 4: Tap Device name.

Fix Bluetooth Connection Issue on Google Pixel 5

Step 5: Tap the Settings icon.

How to Fix Google Pixel 5 Bluetooth Issues

Step 6: Tap Forget.

Delete Pair devices from your Pixel 5 to fix Bluetooth problem

Step 7: Tap Forget device.

Now, try to pair with your car’s Bluetooth or other accessories.

Remove Pair from your Car

Step 1: On your car’s list of devices, tap on Delete in front of your phone’s Bluetooth name.

Now, refresh the device list and then pair it with your Pixel or other Android devices.

Note: If your car or other accessory needs a password and you don’t have it, try “1234 or 0000”.

If you can’t hear music when Bluetooth is paired, make sure media sound is turned on in your phone’s Bluetooth settings. Also, turn on Phone audio to fix can’t make or get calls on Pixel 5 when connecting Bluetooth pair.

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