Among the many smartphone problems that users might face, Bluetooth falls into the general category. Not so strange considering the fact that we pair our phones with various devices, and some problems may arise at some point. So, if you face the same thing using your Galaxy S20, there is nothing to worry about. You can get rid of most of them yourself with a few simple tricks. Here, we will show you how to fix Samsung S20 Bluetooth problems. Just follow the steps below and you will successfully pair your cellphone with your Bluetooth device.
How to fix Samsung Galaxy S20 Bluetooth problems
If you cannot connect your cell phone with a Bluetooth device, or you connect it but the connection is lost, the solution below will help you move things again.
Start with a few simple things like this. Access Quick Settings and tap Airplane mode. Leave it for a while, then tap again to deactivate it.
Turn off Bluetooth
Even though this might seem crazy to some of you, it fixes the problem most of the time. Yes, the only thing you need to do is turn off Bluetooth, wait a few seconds and turn it back on. Try.
Restart your cellphone
Interference is normal, and you can eliminate it by restarting your device. Our advice is to reboot your phone at least once a week, not only when you experience problems. You will get a kind of fresh start and your device will perform better.
Restart your Bluetooth device
Restart your Bluetooth device too. Just turn it off and on again. Also, make sure the device you are trying to pair with your cellphone is charged.
Clean the Bluetooth cache
You can get rid of connection problems by clearing the Bluetooth cache. To do this, navigate to Settings> Applications and find Bluetooth. Tap Clear cache. Restart your device. Now try to pair your S20 with a Bluetooth device.
Forget Bluetooth devices
Go to Settings> Bluetooth. Tap the device that was previously paired to your phone and tap Disconnect. After that, try to pair your phone with the desired Bluetooth device.
Make sure you have the latest software version on your Galaxy S20. Here’s how:
- Go to Settings> Software update
- If there is a new version, tap Download and Install
- Follow the instructions on the screen.
Reset network settings
This will restore all network settings to factory default (including those related to Wi-Fi and cellular data). Here’s how to reset network settings:
- Open the Application tray
- Tap Settings> General management
- Now tap Reset> Reset network settings
- Tap Reset settings
- Enter a Pin or pattern
- Tap Reset settings to confirm the action.
Try the solutions listed above and you will successfully pair your S20 with the desired Bluetooth device.