How to fix Samsung Galaxy A50 Bluetooth issues

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Galaxy A50 can’t pair with phone’s Bluetooth or car Bluetooth? This tutorial explains you possible methods to fix Samsung Galaxy A50 Bluetooth issues. Several Samsung A50 users reported Bluetooth can’t pair with Samsung Galaxy Watch, Gear S3, Wireless Earbuds, car audio, Fitbit watch, etc.

We use Bluetooth to connect two devices and transfer photos, contacts & share an internet connection using tethering. Also, pair with the car’s Bluetooth to make or receive calls using the car’s audio system and enjoy your phone’s music on a car. Check out below-given troubleshooting methods to fix Samsung Galaxy A50 Bluetooth issues.

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How to fix Samsung Galaxy A50 Bluetooth issues

You can fix the phone or car’s Bluetooth connection problems on Galaxy A50 using the below possible methods. First of all, reboot your A50 and check the fix issue.

1st Method: Turn Bluetooth on and off

Turn Bluetooth off and then on again in your A50 or Galaxy A70.

Step 1: Go to settings

Step 2: Tap Connection

Step 3: Turn off Bluetooth toggle

How to fix Samsung Galaxy A50 Bluetooth issues

Step 4: Turn on Bluetooth toggle

Now search nearby Bluetooth devices and try to pair with the phone or car’s Bluetooth. Make sure your devices are paired and connected.

2nd Method: Can’t pair with a car or Bluetooth accessory to fix Samsung Galaxy A50 Bluetooth issues

If you have Samsung Bluetooth pairing problems with the car, you need to clear paired devices from your phone’s or car’s Bluetooth.

Settings > Connection > Bluetooth > Tap paired device > Remove or Forget

Remove phone paired with your car’s manual

Bluetooth > List of paired device view > Tap “Delete”, next to each paired device name

If you paired your Samsung A50 and car before, clear your device. Now refresh the device, and then pair from your phone or car. Check that your car’s Bluetooth view and ready to use.

Phone Settings > Connection > Bluetooth > Pair new device > Tap Car’s name

Allow access to your phone contacts and call history when pairing from your car.

3rd Method: Clear Bluetooth app cache

Step 1: Go to settings

Step 2: Tap Apps

Step 3: Select three vertical dots on the upper side

Step 4: Tap Show system app

Step 5: Tap Bluetooth from list

Step 6: Tap Storage

Bluetooth connection problems on Galaxy A50

Step 7: Tap Clear cache

4th Method: Reset the network settings on Samsung Galaxy A50

It will reset all Wi-Fi connection, Bluetooth paired mobile data and other network settings to their defaults.

Step 1: Go to settings

Step 2: Scroll down and tap General Management

Step 3: Tap Reset

Step 4: Tap Reset network settings

Step 5: Tap Reset settings

Samsung Bluetooth pairing problems with car

Step 6: Tap the Reset button again

Now try to pair your phone with another Bluetooth connection or car’s Bluetooth.

End the list of possible methods to fix Samsung Galaxy A50 Bluetooth issues. Do you have any alternative methods? Share with us in below comment box. Stay and connect with us for the latest problems.

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