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How To Fix Bluetooth Problems On Samsung Galaxy S8 And Galaxy S8+ Plus

Many users of the Samsung Galaxy S8 or Galaxy S8+ Plus smartphones may want to know how to fix the Bluetooth problems on Galaxy S8 and S8+ Plus. The problems reported on the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ Plus includes Bluetooth connections of the smartphone to a car as well as other Bluetooth devices such as headphones. In the guide to follow, we shall explain several ways you can use to fix Bluetooth problems on your Galaxy S8 or Galaxy S8+ Plus.

Not all Bluetooth issues associated with Samsung Galaxy S8 known and similarly, Samsung has not published any software or hardware bug report thus far. As a result of Samsung failing to publish such related issues, it appears as though no certain method can be used to solve these issues.

The Bluetooth problems are common especially when connecting your Samsung S8 or Galaxy S8+ Plus smartphone to an Audi, Mercedes Benz, BMW, Volkswagen, Tesla, Mazda, Ford, Nissan, GM, Volvo or the Toyota. However, we have good news for you, we have different ways through which you can use to fix the Bluetooth problems on your Samsung Galaxy S8 or Galaxy S8+ Plus.

You may first try to fix the Bluetooth problems by clearing the Bluetooth data using the clear the cache guide. The cache provides for the storage of data temporarily to facilitate the process of switching between one app and the other. You will encounter this problem quite often especially when connecting your Galaxy S8 to the Bluetooth device of your car.

If you encounter such issues, I recommend that you clear the Bluetooth cache and data and thereafter try to reconnect. The list below contains some of the other options you can use to try and solve the Bluetooth issues on Samsung Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ Plus.

 

How to solve the Bluetooth problems on Samsung Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ Plus

  1. Power on your Samsung Galaxy smartphone
  2. From the Home screen, click on the app icon
  3. Select the Settings icon
  4. Locate the Application Manager
  5. Swipe from the right or from the left to display All Tabs
  6. Choose the on Bluetooth menu
  7. Click to forcefully stop the Bluetooth app from running
  8. Proceed to clear the Bluetooth cache
  9. Click on Clear the Bluetooth data
  10. Click on Ok
  11. Restart your Samsung Galaxy S8 smartphone

 

Alternative method to fix Bluetooth issues on Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ Plus

In some rare cases, the steps provided above may fail to work. If this happens, enter your Galaxy S8 into the recovery mode and then wipe cache partition.

When you are done wiping the cache partition, try to connect the Samsung Galaxy S8 with another Bluetooth device in range and see if it works. This comprehensive guide should be sufficient in helping you to effectively fix any Bluetooth issues on your Galaxy S8 as well as the Samsung Galaxy S8+ Plus.

 

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