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Troubleshoot Galaxy Note 9 Bluetooth issues

marzo 12, 2020

If you're having trouble with Bluetooth on your Note 9, keep reading. Here in this article, we are going to show you how to solve the Galaxy Note 9 Bluetooth problems. The solutions listed below are simple to make and, in general, they help the user to get rid of the problem. If you've tried them all, but Bluetooth still doesn't work, contact Samsung or visit a service center.

See also: How to fix a Galaxy Note 9 gel

How To Fix Bluetooth Note 9 Bluetooth Problems

Solution 1: Toggle Bluetooth

As simple as it sounds, sometimes you just have to do it all. turn off the Bluetooth, wait a few seconds and turn it back on.

Solution 2: Restart your device

Then restart your Samsung Galaxy Note 9. A simple restart can help you get rid of various problems, as it will refresh your device memory and stop many processes and applications that are running in the background. Give it a shot.

Solution 3: Clear the cache

Another thing you can do is clear the Bluetooth cache. Here's how:

  • Navigate to settings
  • Tap Apps
  • Find Bluetooth
  • Tap Clear Cache

Solution 4: delete twin devices

When you access the settings of your device, press Bluetooth and activate it, you will get the list of all the devices that you previously paired with your Galaxy Note 9. It would be wise to delete them all, then pair your phone with the device of your choice. Sometimes there may be interference problems that can create others and prevent coupling. Thus, once you have access to Settings> Bluetooth and activated Bluetooth, press the Settings icon located next to each paired device. Now press Unpair. Do this for all devices.

When you are done, try connecting your Note 9 to a Bluetooth device.

Solution 5: Update the software

If you want to optimize the performance, new features and security fixes of your Note 9, you must make sure that you have the most recent version of the software. Here's how to update the software on your Note 9:

  • Go to settings
  • Tap Update software
  • Now tap on Check for Updates

If there is a new version, follow the on-screen instructions to download and install the update.

Solution 6: reset the network parameters

When you have problems with Wi-Fi, cellular data or Bluetooth, this can help you resolve them. This is because all the network settings will be restored to the factory settings. Here's what you need to do:

  • Go to Settings> General management
  • Press Reset
  • Now press Reset network settings
  • If necessary, enter your PIN, model or password.
  • Press reset to confirm

Solution 7: factory data reset

If none of the solutions listed above made a difference, it may be time to reset the factory data. A factory reset will erase everything on your device, so you need to back up all of your data. In addition, this will restore all the default settings. To perform a factory data reset, proceed as follows:

  • Navigate to settings
  • Tap General Management
  • Now tap on Reset> Factory Data Reset
  • Scroll down, tap Reset
  • Now hit Delete All
  • If necessary, enter your PIN, model or password.
  • Tap Confirm

Once the process is complete, you should not restore your data immediately. First, see how the phone generally works and see if it is able to connect Bluetooth and pair with other Bluetooth devices.