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How To Fix LG V30 Bluetooth Problems

How To Fix LG V30 Bluetooth Problems

Just like any Android device, the LG V30 can sometimes experience the myriad of issues that plague most smartphones. One of these issues is the Bluetooth problems on the LG V30, which is a pretty common occurrence. Unfortunately, LG has not released any hardware or software bug report to address the issue.

Without any official method released by LG on how to handle this issue, there is no hard and fast process that will show how to fix the Bluetooth issue on the LG V30, which surprisingly is a very regular occurrence in vehicles like the Mercedes Benz, Audi, BMW, Tesla, Volkswagen, Mazda, Nissan Ford, GM, Toyota and Volvo. The following steps will guide you on a couple of methods which addresses the LG V30 Bluetooth problems.

One such method to repair the LG V30 Bluetooth problems is by clearing the Bluetooth data using the steps provided in the LINKclear the cacheLINK guide. A cache stores temporary data on the device which makes switching between apps a little bit faster. The issue regularly happens whenever you link your LG V30 with a car’s Bluetooth device. If ever this happens to you, the proper course of action is to clear the Bluetooth cache and data and try reconnecting your device again. Here are some steps which you can follow to teach you how to fix LG V30 Bluetooth problems.

How to fix LG V30 Bluetooth issues:

  1. First, make sure that your LG V30 is turned on.
  2. Then, proceed to the home screen and press the app icon.
  3. After that, press the settings icon.
  4. Next, locate the Application Manager.
  5. Display All Tabs by swiping either to the right or left of the screen.
  6. Then, choose Bluetooth.
  7. And then, choose to stop it forcefully.
  8. Now, you can clear the cache
  9. Press the Clear the Bluetooth data
  10. And then press Ok
  11. Lastly, reboot the LG V30

How to fix LG V30 Bluetooth issues:

If the method above is not effective, try doing a LINKwipe cache partitionLINK on your LG V30. When that is done, try to establish a connection with another Bluetooth device in your vicinity. The above steps mentioned, should address any Bluetooth problems you have on your LG V30.

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