Samsung’s latest flagship smartphone, the Galaxy S6 is already here for a while and we know that most of the news surrounding the Galaxy S6 has been on its impressive features and powerful hardware, in addition to its unique design and construction compared to what we were used to see on its predecessors.
However, those who become the owners of this handset are reporting a problem related to its Bluetooth. The Samsung Galaxy S6 Bluetooth issue is one of the most painful problems that users faced and it seems that there is no official word coming from Samsung regarding this problem. In such a situation, you have to take the problem in your own hands and see what it can be done.
Fortunately, there are several different ways that could fix these Samsung Galaxy S6 Bluetooth problems and here we are to tell you more about each of them. It is only up to you to choose one method and see if it works or combine more for the best results.
How to Fix Galaxy S6 Bluetooth Problems:
- For the start, Samsung Galaxy S6 users that experience severe Bluetooth problems should simply try shifting the Bluetooth on and off. In order to do that, head into Settings, scroll over to the Connections tab and don’t hesitate to select Bluetooth. There, users will want to toggle the service off and then back on again after a few moments;
- If that doesn’t work, you should head into Bluetooth, tap the connection and select Forget the problem device or devices. After that, simply reconnect;
- You can also choose to clear the Bluetooth data. The cache is there for the temporary data to be stored when switching between apps. This issue generally found when you connect your Galaxy S6 with the car Bluetooth devices, so simply clear the Bluetooth cache and data and try reconnecting;
- If all these haven’t really been a solution, let’s move to the next phase. Our advice is to boot your Samsung galaxy S6 into Safe Mode which will disable third-party applications. There are big chances to find out that one of these apps is the one causing the Bluetooth problems, so there’s what you must do:
- Power down the handset;
- Then, press and hold the Power button and the Volume down key at the same time;
- Once it boots up, you can let go of the Power button, but still keep the volume key down;
- When you have entered into Safe Mode, you will notice the text ‘Safe Mode’ at the bottom left corner of the screen.
5. If the steps above don’t work, try putting your Galaxy S6 into recovery mode (in case of not knowing how to do that, don’t forget that we have a guide that might help you). After completing all the steps, you have to connect your Galaxy S6 with another Bluetooth device in range and it should work.
These tricks should be able to solve any Bluetooth problems you currently have on your Galaxy S6.