Bluetooth problem is often met when trying to pair to another device. If your phone can’t pair with other Bluetooth devices, you should troubleshoot the problem to know where the issue is coming from. Follow our steps below to be able to fix your Bluetooth won’t pair problem on your Note phone.
Well for those of you that you are having problems with your Bluetooth not connecting. Below are some causes of this problem.
- Software glitch
- Spacing or range between devices
- Incompatibility issue
- Low power
- Devices are not set up correctly for pairing
Here is how to fix your Bluetooth pairing problem on your Galaxy Note9
As far as troubleshooting on your phone is involved, these are the things you can do to repair this problem:
Reset network settings
Ensure that your Note9 has all the required network settings because this is very important. You can do this by actually clearing the recent network setup. Here’s how to do this:
- From the Home screen, move up on an empty spot to open the Applications Tray.
- Click on Settings > then click on General Management > Reset > then click on Reset network settings.
- Click RESET SETTINGS.
- If you already have a PIN then enter it.
- Click on RESET SETTINGS. Once it is done, a confirmation window will show up.
Here is another step you can try if the above step didn’t work, you could simply refresh the phone, and this will help to temporary fix your Bluetooth bugs. In this case, try to replicate the effects of pulling off the battery with these steps:
- Hold and Press the Power + Volume Down keys for like ten seconds, or you can do it till the phone power cycles. Now you need to allow some seconds for the upholding Boot Mode screen to show up.
- From the Maintenance Boot Mode, click and choose Normal Boot. You can use the volume keys to cycle through the options and the lower left key to choose. Now you need to wait for up to 90 seconds for the reset to finish.
Clear cache partition
Clearing your phone cache partition can help you to fix your Bluetooth. Some forms of network problems are caused by system cache. Now all you need to do is to try to clear your phones cache partition to be able to keep the system cache in good condition. Here’s what you need to do:
- Switch off the phone.
- Now you need to press and hold the Volume Up buttons, then hold and press the Power key.
- When the green Android logo shows up, leave all the buttons
- Now click on the Volume down button several times to highlight.
- Click on the Power button to choose.
- Now click the Volume down button until ‘yes’ is highlighted and click the Power button.
- After the wipe cache partition is done, Reboot system now is selected.
- Click on the Power button to start the device again.