Owners of OnePlus have reported issues relating to the Bluetooth on OnePlus 6. The issue arises when the owners of the phone want to connect the phone Bluetooth to car`s, and Bluetooth devices on other equipment like the headset. In this article, we will discuss some of the possible solutions to this disturbing issue.
There is no official document from OnePlus explaining whether the issue occurs due to a software or hardware issue. Therefore the Bluetooth issue remains unknown and there is no certain solution to fix it. Most of the cases that have been reported arise when trying to connect OnePlus 6 Bluetooth device to vehicles such as Mercedes Benz, Audi, BMW, Tesla, Volkswagen, Mazda, Nissan Ford, GM, Toyota and also Volvo. If you have been struggling with this issue, we found a possible solution to it and we will share it here.
To begin with, you can fix Bluetooth issues on OnePlus 6 by clearing the data that relates to Bluetooth. This is clearing the Bluetooth cache. Check out our guide on the procedure for clearing the Cache. By clearing the cache, you are basically getting rid of the temporal Bluetooth data that is stored on your phone. Note that the cache holds temporal data so that the apps can switch easily.
Therefore when you are facing the OnePlus 6 Bluetooth connection issue, you can simply get rid of the problem by clearing the Bluetooth cache. Once you have cleared the cache, try reconnecting the Bluetooth device. Here is another alternative on how you can eliminate the Bluetooth issue on OnePlus 6.
The Procedure For Solving Bluetooth Problem On OnePlus 6
- Switch on the phone
- On the home screen select the applications icon
- Tap on the settings icon
- Checkout for the Apps Manager
- To view all the tabs swipe right or left
- Tap Bluetooth
- Stop the Bluetooth Forcefully
- Clear the Cache now
- Tap on Clear the Bluetooth data
- Click on the OK button
- Now Restart the Phone and connect to the Bluetooth devices
Alternative Procedure For Fixing Bluetooth Issue On OnePlus 6
In case the above procedure doesn’t effectively solve the problem, the other alternative would be to try OnePlus 6 Recovery. On the recovery mode, you then should go for the Cache Partition Wipe and then once done reconnect the device. By completing that procedure, the issue will then be gone.