Last Updated on November 17, 2021 by Bestusefultips
Annoying by Google Pixel Bluetooth issues? Here’s how to fix Pixel 6 Pro Bluetooth issues including Pixel Bluetooth connection issues, Bluetooth pairing, Pixel Bluetooth disconnection, etc. Due to Bluetooth issues on Pixels, you can’t pair with a car or other accessory and facing issues to hear music or make or receive calls when Bluetooth pair with a car. We use Bluetooth to connect two devices and share photos, videos, and other files. Also, use Bluetooth tethering to share your Pixel’s internet connection via Bluetooth to other Android or Samsung devices.
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How to Fix Bluetooth Issues on Pixel 6 Pro Verizon, T-Mobile, AT&T
You can fix Pixel Android 12/Android 11 Bluetooth issues using the below given possible methods.
Restart Your Pixels
Long press the power button and tap on Restart to reboot your device. Trying to pair with other devices.
Turn Bluetooth Off and then On
Pull down the notification panel and tap on Bluetooth to turn it off. Again tap on Bluetooth to turn it on and pair it with other devices. Confirm that your devices are paired and connected.
Forget Bluetooth Connections to Fix Google Pixel Bluetooth Pairing Issues
Step 1: Swipe down the notification panel at the top and tap on the Settings icon.
Step 2: Tap on Connected devices.
Step 3: Tap on See all.
You can see the previously connected devices list here.
Step 4: Tap on the Settings gear icon.
Step 5: Tap on Forget.
Step 6: Tap on Forget device.
To again connect with pair: Connected devices > Pair new device > Tap on Device name to pair > Pair
Clear Bluetooth Cache on Google Pixels Devices
Step 1: Go to Phone Settings.
Step 2: Tap on Apps.
Step 3: Tap on See all apps.
By default hidden Bluetooth app’s setting.
Step 4: Tap on More (Three vertical dots) at the top right.
Step 5: Tap on the Show system.
Step 6: Scroll down and tap on Bluetooth.
Step 7: Tap on Storage and cache.
Step 8: Tap on Clear cache.
Fix Pixel 6 Pro Can’t Pair with Car or other Accessory (Smartwatch or Wear OS)
Remove a device from your phone and car’s pair list and then try to pair again. Make sure to turn on Bluetooth in your Pixels.
Step 1: Open your car’s Bluetooth list.
Step 2: Tap on the Search device.
Step 3: Tap on your phone’s Bluetooth name.
Step 4: If asked, enter the PINs shown on your device and car’s screen match (Default PIN: 1234/0000).
Step 5: Allow access to your phone calls, media audio, and contact sharing.
Step 6: Tap on Pair and confirm it.
End the list of methods to fix Pixel 6 Pro Bluetooth issues. Do you know any other methods to fix Bluetooth issues on Pixel 6 Pro Phone? Share it with us in below comment box.