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How To Fix Bluetooth Problems On Android 6.0 Marshmallow

There have been reports about some Bluetooth problems on smartphones that have updates to Android 6.0 Marshmallow. But some users has reported about Bluetooth issues on Android 6.0 Marshmallow. Since this issue has not been published anywhere there is not a certain way to fix the Bluetooth issue on your smartphone that is also common in cars like Mercedes Benz, Audi, BMW, Tesla, Volkswagen, Mazda, Nissan Ford, GM, Toyota and Volvo. But the good news is that there is several different ways that could fix these Bluetooth problems on Android Marshmallow 6.0.

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The first method to fix the Bluetooth problems is to clear the Bluetooth data with the clear the cache guide. The cache allows for the temporary data to be stored for better help when switching between apps. This issue is most commonly found when you connect your smartphone with the car Bluetooth devices. So whenever you face such kind of issue, it’s recommended to clear the Bluetooth cache and data and try reconnecting. Below are several other steps on how to fix Bluetooth problems when operating on Android 6.0 Marshmallow.

How to fix Android 6.0 Bluetooth issues:

  1. Tun on your smartphone
  2. Go to home screen and select the app icon
  3. Then select on the settings icon
  4. Browse for the Application Manager
  5. Display All Tabs by swiping either right or left
  6. Select on Bluetooth
  7. Select to stop it forcefully.
  8. Now clear the cache
  9. Select clear the Bluetooth data
  10. Select Ok
  11. Finally restart your smartphone


How to fix Android 6.0 Bluetooth issues:

If the steps above don’t work, try putting your your smartphone into recovery mode and wipe cache partition. After that, try to connect your smartphone with another Bluetooth device in range and it should work. These instructions should be able to solve any Bluetooth problems you have on your smartphone.



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