Bluetooth Keeps Turning OFF In Galaxy S9 And Galaxy S9 Plus

If you own the Samsung Galaxy S9 or Galaxy S9 Plus, you may think the phone is amazing. You’re not wrong but a common problem is the Bluetooth. Most of these issues are normally repaired through the firmware update but that doesn’t always work, which can be annoying.

No matter what phone you have, you should always keep it up to date. Before following these steps you should try pair your phone with another device through Bluetooth and try restarting both devices. If you have tried these two methods, then keep reading.

We have got a list of easy instructions for connecting your Samsung Galaxy S9 or Galaxy S9 plus back to Bluetooth.

  1. Start by turning your WiFI to Mobile data, this is because the wireless signal can affect your Bluetooth.
  2. You can also try removing the Bluetooth Pairs through the settings menu. If you remove the settings, you may be able to get a stable connection, this can be done by going to the Bluetooth settings, deleting the pairing and then running another test.
  3. Finally, try pausing all the apps that connect to Bluetooth. You will the want to make the connection only to the device you want to connect.

Hopefully, one of the steps above helped resolve the problem but if it didn’t, don’t worry. The next steps for restoring your Samsung Galaxy S9 or Galaxy S9 Bluetooth connectivity is through wiping the cache of the phone. This is actually recommended by Samsung.  

To Clear the Bluetooth Cache on your Galaxy Device

  1. Start by going to the setting menu
  2. Now find the application manager and open it
  3. Swipe to the left of the screen
  4. Go to Bluetooth options
  5. Tap the clear cache button
  6. You will now want to clear the data
  7. Finally, just reboot the phone

This would be the best step for clearing the Bluetooth Cache but if this doesn’t work you can wipe the cache partition by doing the following:

  1. Start by turning your Samsung on
  2. Now hold down at the same time the Home, Volume Up, and Power button.
  3. You will then want to release the buttons when your S9 Logo appears
  4. Then navigate to the wipe cache partition by using the volume buttons.
  5. When you find wipe cache partition confirm is by using the power button
  6. Finally, just restart the device by using the above keys

As your Galaxy s9 restarts, try the Bluetooth connection once again. This time it should work!

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