LG G6/LG G7: How To Fix Bluetooth Issues

For most users, the LG has worked flawlessly since the launch date. However, some users are noticing some issues, especially related to Bluetooth connectivity on LG G7 and LG G6.

Despite the overwhelming evidence of an ongoing Bluetooth issue on LG G6 and LG G7, LG has not yet revealed a statement or a fix about the issue. There are some troubleshooting methods that other users have successfully used in the past and we’ll be sharing these methods for you to try below.

The first troubleshooting step to fix Bluetooth connectivity on LG G6 and LG G7 would be to wipe Bluetooth data with the clear the cache guide. With cache, data is stored temporarily on your LG to help speed up the switch between apps and built-in features. Sometimes when data is cached wrongly, issues such as the Bluetooth connectivity error can occur. If our cache clear guide didn’t solve the problem, we would recommend our other tips below.


How to fix LG G6 and LG G7 Bluetooth issues:

  1. Make sure the LG is switched on
  2. Go to the home screen and open your apps drawer
  3. Look for and open the settings app
  4. Look for and open ‘Application Manager’
  5. You can display all tabs by swiping to the left or to the right
  6. Doing this will reveal the Bluetooth option. Tap to select Bluetooth.
  7. Tap Bluetooth and choose to force close it
  8. Next, tap the button to clear cache
  9. Finally, tap the button to clear data
  • Tap OK if prompted
  • Now restart your LG by holding down the power button


How to fix LG G6 and LG G7 Bluetooth issues:

Is the Bluetooth connectivity problem still not resolved? The next step would be to try to perform a wipe cache partition on your LG G6 or LG G7, at which point you may finally be able to solve the Bluetooth error you’re currently having.


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