Last Updated on March 7, 2021 by Bestusefultips
Here’s how to fix Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8 plus Bluetooth not working issue. Several Samsung S8/S8+ users reported Bluetooth won’t work, can’t connect with Bluetooth speaker or other Bluetooth accessories. Several devices fix this issue after a system updated in his devices. But still facing this problem Samsung S8 not connecting to car Bluetooth. Check out below given possible solutions to fix this issue.
How to Fix Samsung Galaxy S8 Bluetooth Issues
Turn Bluetooth Off and On
While trying to connect Bluetooth device to other device, make sure the pair you want to connect is turning on Bluetooth. If Bluetooth pair not available on android, turn off Bluetooth and after few seconds turn on again and try to connect with your device.
Turn Airplane Mode On and Off
Swipe down notification panel > Tap Airplane mode
Remove Bluetooth paired and pair it again
Check the paired device settings and change it if needed.
Settings > Connection > Bluetooth > Turn on Bluetooth > Paired device > Select the Bluetooth pair > Forget
Samsung Galaxy S8 Clear Bluetooth Cache
Settings > Application manager > Tap on Bluetooth > Force stop > Clear cache > Clear the Bluetooth data
Reset Network Settings
Step 1: Go to “Settings”.
Step 2: Under personal section, tap on “Backup & reset”.
Step 3: Tap “Network settings reset”.
Step 4: Tap “Reset settings”.
If set pattern lock or Password or fingerprint on your device, confirm it.
Step 5: Again touch “Reset settings”.
It will reset all network settings from your Samsung Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 plus phone including Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and cellular data.
Wipe Cache Partition to fix Samsung Galaxy S8 Bluetooth issues
Step 1: First of all Turn off the your Samsung Galaxy S8 & S8 plus phone.
Step 2: Press & hold the volume down button and the power button at the same time until the Galaxy S8 turns on.
You can see the Android system recovery option on your device screen. By default “Start” button view on your phone.
Step 3: Press the volume down button until you see the recovery mode.
Step 4: Press the power button to restart in recovery mode.
You can see the above-given screen of the Android robot with a red exclamation mark on the screen.
Step 5: Press volume buttons to scroll to Wipe cache partition, press the power button to select it.
You can show this message: Wipe cache?
Step 6: To confirm, use volume buttons to scroll to “Yes” and press the power button to select it.
Clearing the cache data may take a few minutes.
Step 7: Use the volume buttons to scroll to reboot system now, press the power button to select it.
That’s all. Did you find the above steps helpful to fix Samsung Galaxy S8 Bluetooth issues? If you have known any other trick, please share it with us.