You may have recently tried to connect your car to your smartphone but it is not working. There have been recent complaints about the Bluetooth in car from not connecting to the Galaxy S8. You usually would not think that there is an issue if has not happened to you.
Initially, the problem occurs with a lot of models of vehicles. A lot of drivers of the Volvo, Nissan, Mazda, Toyota, Audi, Ford, Mercedes-Benz, BMW, Tesla, and Volkswagen. These drivers are asking the question of “Why can I not connect my car to my smartphone via Bluetooth?
Second, Samsung has not publicly said that this is an issue. So, there is not official solution to solve it. There are a couple of aspects that make this an issue, one way in which you can solve this issue a little bit is to follow this guide.
From all the attempts that we have done troubleshooting, we can basically think of to options that you can use which is clearing your cache and your data of your Bluetooth or you can be more extreme and completely erase cache partition from Recovery Mode.
You will be able to check the status of the cache using the guide on how to clear the cache. It is very important to do this since your cache memory keeps data temporarily and connectivity issues between your smartphone and a car’s Bluetooth and you can reach it very easily by cache.
You must go to All Tabs beneath Application Manager to be able to clear your Bluetooth data and cache:
Access the All Tabs under Application Manager:
- Navigate to your Home screen.
- Click on your App icon.
- Look for your Application Manager.
- Access the All Tabs by wiping left or right.
Clearing the Bluetooth data and cache:
- You are currently beneath your All Tabs for Bluetooth.
- Choose to stop it forcefully.
- Have the cache cleared.
- Choose to Clear the Bluetooth data.
- Choose Ok.
- Have your smartphone restarted.
Use the steps in order to clear cache partition:
- Learn how you can access Recovery Mode;
- Take a look at the steps for wiping cache partition;
- Attempt to reconnect to a Bluetooth device that is not a car to the Samsung Galaxy S8.
- Attempt to have the smartphone reconnected to your car.
You can use the steps above to fix the connection on your Bluetooth car problem on the Samsung Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 Plus.