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How To Fix Bluetooth Problems On LG G6 And LG G7

You may have recently purchased the LG G6/LG G7 and are curious why you are having problems with the Bluetooth connection and how you can fix these for LG G6 and LG G7. There has not been any official report for the software or hardware bug that occurs with the LG G6/LG G7 Bluetooth.

Because of this, there is not one sure way to solve this issue on cars such as Audi, Tesla, BMW, Mercedes Benz, Mazda, Ford, Nissan, Volkswagen, Volvo, Toyota, or GM. We will show you a variety of methods that you can use in order to fix the Bluetooth problem on LG G6 and LG G7.

It is recommended for you to clear the cache so the Bluetooth data will be new on your LG G6 or LG G7. Your apps use cache in order to switch from app to app in the background of your smartphone. The problem when you to do usually occur when the Bluetooth of the car is connected with the LG G6/LG G7.

This is why you should try to clear the cache of the Bluetooth and then try to reconnect the device once you do so. Take a look at the methods you can use on how you can solve the Bluetooth problems on LG G6 and LG G7 below.

 

Fixing the LG G6/LG G7 Bluetooth issues:

  1. Make sure your LG is turned on.
  2. Navigate the app icon from the home screen.
  3. Choose the settings app.
  4. Try to find the Application Manager.
  5. Swipe left or right to Display All Tabs.
  6. Choose the Bluetooth options.
  7. Choose to forcefully stop it.
  8. Make sure the cache is cleared.
  9. Choose to clear data for Bluetooth.
  10. Choose Ok
  11. The LG G6 should then be restarted.

 

Fixing the LG G6/LG G7 Bluetooth issues:

It is recommended for you to do a wipe cache partition if the steps that you use above do not work. Once you do this, use another Bluetooth device to connect to your LG G6 or LG G7 and this should solve the problem. You will be able to fix any Bluetooth problems that can occur to the LG G6/LG G7 using the steps that are above.

 

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