How To Fix Bad Bluetooth Connection On Galaxy S8 And Galaxy S8 Plus

Many users of the Samsung Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 Plus have complained about the device having poor Bluetooth connectivity. It is the same issue experienced within many leading car Bluetooth systems. Making a connection can be difficult and keeping a consistent one is a rare achievement.

Samsung are yet to publish an update that corrects this issue, but here we highlight a few solutions that are worth a try on Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 Plus.

 

First, wipe the cache partition

We advise doing this before continuing to follow the steps below. It will give you the best chance of making an improvement. Learn about recovery mode and then go ahead and wipe your cache partition.

 

Try to connect to a Bluetooth system right away, it might have made an immediate impact.

Follow this guide to clear the cache. The cache saves data on your phone that makes the experience using certain apps more personal and convenient. As soon as you have cleared the cache, try the connection again to see if it helped.

 

Try these steps if the above did not work

  1. Make sure the device is on.
  2. Start at the home screen.
  3. Tap the app icon.
  4. Tap the Settings icon.
  5. Find Application Manager.
  6. Search through All Tabs by swiping right and left.
  7. Go to Bluetooth.
  8. Tap to Stop it forcefully.
  9. Clear the cache.
  10. Tap Clear the Bluetooth data.
  11. Tap Ok.
  12. Finally restart your Galaxy S8 or Galaxy S8 Plus.

 

After you follow the steps above, you should know how to fix bad Bluetooth connection on Samsung Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 Plus.

 

 

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