Can you think of a more exciting way of using your new Samsung Galaxy Note 8 and Note 9’s Bluetooth other than by connecting it to your car? Drivers of all kinds of makes and models, from Mercedes Benz and Audi to Ford and Toyota enjoy having their smartphones communicating with their cars’ system. The problem, however, is that many of them are actually complaining about a particular Galaxy Note 8 and Note 9 Bluetooth issue that keeps repeating.
What’s worse is that no Samsung official took any stand in this direction, leaving these users with the frustration of not being able to rely on this Bluetooth connectivity. Since our readers asked, we’ve done our research and came up with the instructions from below. To some of the people who used it, the problem got fixed while to others didn’t.
The only thing you can do is to try it out – after all, it is mostly an approach to the cache memory. You can try to clear the cache of the entire device or just the cache of the Bluetooth app. The reason why it works relates to the whole purpose of the cache memory, to facilitate the smooth transition from one app to another. When your Samsung Galaxy Note 8 cannot connect to your car’s system via Bluetooth, it makes sense that you check the cache, clear it, and try to reconnect after that.
Handle the Galaxy Note 8 and Note 9 Bluetooth issues by clearing the cache
- Unlock the screen of the smartphone;
- Head to the main panel of the Home screen;
- Launch the Settings app;
- Go to the Application Manager and open it;
- Switch to the All Tabs with a simple swipe right to left or the other way around;
- Tap on Bluetooth;
- Tap to forcefully stop it;
- Clear the cache;
- Clear the Bluetooth data;
- Confirm with the OK button;
- Restart the device when it finishes clearing the Bluetooth cache.
As usual, we’ve kept an emergency solution to present you at the end of this tutorial of how to fix the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 and Note 9 Bluetooth problems. If you’re reading this section, we can only assume that the steps from above didn’t work things out. So, the time has come for you to boot the smartphone into recovery mode. From there, you will have to use the standard instructions on how to wipe the cache partition. And when it finishes and your Samsung Galaxy Note 8 or Note 9 reboots, try to connect to a nearby Bluetooth device. This time, it has to work.