How to Solve Note 8 Bluetooth Issues
I strongly believe that Note 8 is a worthy replacement for Note 7 due to its amazing look, great 6.3 display and dual cameras. However, keep in mind the fact that it is a smartphone and technology is never perfect so problems are expected to rise too. Just like the Galaxy S8 I am lately seeing more and more complaints about Bluetooth problems.
This is likely a well-known issue with Android itself or compatibility with your accessories or car stereo. Therefore, users claim that their Galaxy Note 8 device doesn’t see some devices, or if it does, it won’t connect. There are also times when the connection is poor and audio cuts out too.
The Note 8 has Bluetooth 5.0 so the range is over 120ft instead of 30ft like older phones, therefore it should connect faster than ever before. What can you do in order to get there?
How to Solve Note 8 Bluetooth Issues:
- First of all, you should better check the manufacturer’s manual for the device and the car and reset your connections;
- You should also head into Settings > Apps and find Bluetooth in order to clear the cache. This will erase all pairings and this seems like the ideal fix for many Note 8 devices, so waste no more time. Here are the detailed steps:
- First of all, you have to enter into Settings;
- Search for the Application Manager;
- On the application manager, swipe to either left or right;
- Scroll and select on Bluetooth;
- Now, tap on the Bluetooth option and select to stop it forcefully;
- It’s time to clear the cache, so select clear the Bluetooth data;
- Select Ok;
- Reboot the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 phone.
- If the issue still isn’t resolved, we’d suggest following the other tips we’ve listed here. You can also go head towards Settings – Bluetooth (a second look here never hurts to make sure that nothing needs changing) or try to factory reset your device. This erases your data, is far from fun, yet it is a must in your situation. Good luck!