How to Solve Galaxy S7 Bluetooth Problems

Samsung’s latest Galaxy S7 comes with some powerful hardware and amazing features, so don’t be surprised to see that the smartphone is more popular than Samsung itself expected.

Despite of that, the flagship is far from perfect and the usual problems that you’d expect from a phone are here too.

One of them is the Galaxy S7 Bluetooth problem. Aside from the possible Bluetooth causing WiFi problems, there are also various complaints about overall issues with Bluetooth itself.

I am talking about connection problems with car audio or stereo systems, the fact that Android Auto is not connecting right, and the problems go even to some 3rd party accessories that are not accepted or that don’t work as they should.

This happens on occasion with most devices, and is quickly fixed by software updates or by applying these steps:

How to Solve Galaxy S7 Bluetooth Problems:

  • You should now go into Settings – Bluetooth in order to delete all prior pairings; then, try setting them up again from scratch:
  1. First of all, go to home screen and select the app icon;
  2. Then, tap the Settings icon;
  3. Browse for the Application Manager;
  4. Display All Tabs by swiping either right or left;
  5. Select Bluetooth;
  6. Now, choose to stop it forcefully;
  7. Then, clear the cache;
  8. Select clear the Bluetooth data;
  9. Select Ok;
  10. Finally restart the Galaxy S7 handset and let’s see if the problems are still there. If yes, keep moving to the next tips;
  • If things are not changed, you can also check the manufacturer’s manual for the device and the car and reset your connections;
  • Make sure that you are not missing a vital part of the connection process;
  • You can also unpair and repair any device trying to use Bluetooth. And if any “permissions” appear during this process make sure it’s set to allow;
  • You can also head into permission controls in settings and make sure you didn’t deny access to certain apps;
  • You should also try to pull down the notification bar and hit the gear-shaped settings button up top. While in Settings, head to Applications > Application Manager > More and find an app called Bluetooth Share. Hitting “Force Stop” then turning Bluetooth off and back on again usually solves any remaining problems, so I hope that this is your case too.

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