Every smartphone owner has experienced some sort of problem with the phone over the years. And one of the problems that can appear a little more frequently than the others is the problem with Bluetooth. You may not be able to pair your phone with another Bluetooth device, or you may be able to pair it, but the connection is lost. There are simple things you can do yourself and get rid of. Here we are going to show you how to fix Bluetooth issues on LG G7 ThinQ.
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How to fix Bluetooth problems on LG G7 ThinQ
Many people completely forget to try the simplest things. Even if they are simple, tricks like these are often all you need to do. In this particular case, you just have to go to Settings, deactivate Bluetooth and reactivate it after a few seconds.
Switch to airplane mode
If switching from Bluetooth has not produced any results, do the same with Airplane mode. Go to Settings and look for Airplane mode. Activate it. Leave it for 20 seconds. dye it. Now try to pair your devices.
Restart your phone
Now might be a good time to restart your phone and give it some sort of fresh start. This can help you get rid of some minor bugs and improve your phone's memory and performance. Press and hold the power button, then press dye. Once your phone turns off, press power again and turn it on again.
Restart your Bluetooth device
The problem may be in your Bluetooth device and not in your phone. Also restart your Bluetooth device. Also make sure your Bluetooth device is charged.
Delete previous pairings
If none of the previously listed things has changed, now is the time to head to Settings> Bluetooth and remove the previous pairings. You can do this by pressing each pairing. Do this for all previous pairings. When you are finished, restart your phone and try to pair it with your Bluetooth device again.
Reset network settings
You can try to reset all the parameters linked to the network to the factory default values. It may take a while, especially since all Wi-Fi networks and passwords will be deleted, so you will need to log in again. However, this can be very effective. So it's worth a try. Here is how to reset the network settings of your LG G7 ThinQ:
- Go to settings
- Press General
- Then press Restart and reset
- Tap Reset network settings
- Tap on Reset settings
- Press Reset settings again
- The message saying Network settings have been reset will appear to show that the settings reset is complete.
Software updates fix bugs and problems. It also introduces a new set of features. When the software update becomes available, a message is usually displayed. However, you can manually check for updates. Here's how:
- Go to settings
- Press General
- Then press Update Center
- Tap System Update
- Finally, tap Check for updates.
You will see if an update is available. Just follow the on-screen instructions to download and install it.
If nothing seems to work, you should consider resetting the factory data. This is a bit more radical because it will delete everything on your device (not the files on your SD card), and will also restore all the default settings. Before proceeding to the factory reset steps, create a backup. Once the backup is complete, do the following:
- Go to Settings> General
- Press Restart and reset
- Now press Factory data reset
- Tap Reset phone> Delete all
- Finally, tap Reset.
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