Fix Bluetooth Connection Not Working Samsung Galaxy Note 9

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The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is an Android phablet smartphone designed, developed and marketed by Samsung Electronics as part of the Samsung Galaxy Note series. It was unveiled on 9 August 2018, as the successor to the Samsung Galaxy Note 8.

The Note 9 has a 6.4 inch 1440p Super AMOLED display with an 18.5:9 aspect ratio. The design on the front is otherwise similar to the Note 8, using an “Infinity Display” as marketed by Samsung.

The Note 9 has a Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 SoC in the U.S. and China or a Samsung Exynos 9810 SoC outside the U.S. & China. It has 128 or 512 GB storage options. The 128 GB model has 6 GB of RAM while the 512 GB has 8 GB of RAM. All models also have a microSD card slot as well potentially maxing out the phones storage to nearly a Terabyte of data.

The Note 9 has IP68 water & dust resistance and a USB-C connector that supports Samsung DeX without a dock and the phone also has a 3.5 mm headphone jack along with AKG tuned stereo speakers with Dolby Atmos support.


How To Fix Bluetooth Connection Not Working Samsung Galaxy Note 9:


By following these steps:

Samsung phones can connect to a variety of different devices, such as headphones, speakers, televisions, and more. If you are having trouble connecting a particular device, here are some steps that you can try:

First, check that Bluetooth is enabled on your phone. To do this, navigate to Settings > Connections > Bluetooth. If Bluetooth is disabled, touch the slider next to Bluetooth to enable it. A list of available devices should appear. If Bluetooth is not turning on or if no devices appear, you should try restarting your phone. Once your phone has restarted, try pairing it again.

Another issue could be distance. Most phones and Bluetooth devices have set limits for how far their signal can reach. Put your Bluetooth accessory and phone close to one another. If they are too far apart, the Bluetooth signal may not be reaching either device.

Device still won’t connect even though bluetooth is active? The problem may not be your phone, but the other device. Double check that the Bluetooth device is on. If it is on but it still isn’t working, try turning your Bluetooth device on and off one more time. Sometimes, third party Bluetooth device need to be charged. Make sure that your Bluetooth device is fully charged or is plugged into a charger. If your device requires batteries, check if they need fresh ones.

Other Ways to Check Connectivity:

If your Bluetooth device has previously been paired with your phone, unpairing it may be the solution. Unpair the Bluetooth device from your phone and try pairing it one more time. To unpair, navigate to Settings > Connection > Bluetooth. Then, touch the Settings icon next to the device you want to unpair. Finally, touch Unpair to disconnect.

Sometimes Bluetooth devices can get confused if they are connected to more than one device. If the device is already paired with something other than your phone, unpair it and then, try pairing the Bluetooth device to your phone again.


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