Bluetooth Issues On Samsung Galaxy S22

The Samsung Galaxy S22 series is one of the best Android smartphones available on the market, but some users are reporting Bluetooth issues with this series. Not all Galaxy S22 series users, but some are encountering it. It can happen due to a minor software glitch or hardware issue. If you are facing the same issue, go through the complete article. Here are all the possible ways to fix Bluetooth issues on Samsung Galaxy S22 series.

How to fix Bluetooth issues on Samsung Galaxy S22, S22 Plus, and S22 Ultra

Turn Bluetooth ON/OFF

This is the first method you can try. Sometimes it can resolve a minor glitch. To do this:

Drag down the notification panel

Go to the Bluetooth icon and long press on it

Turn off the Bluetooth

Repeat that step several times and then leave it as On

Check if the problem is solved

Forget and Re-pair

If you’re unable to pair to a Bluetooth device, repairing the device can help you out. Follow the steps mentioned below:

Go to the settings

Go to Bluetooth settings

Long press on that particular paired connection that you want to unpair. (you have to unpair it first to repair it). You can also tap on three vertical dots for more options.

From there, select Unpair

Wait for a few seconds

Go to Bluetooth again and search for that device

When the device is found, tap on it and select Pair

Check whether the problem is solved.

Clear Bluetooth cache

Samsung authority recommends this troubleshooting method. Follow the steps for this:

Go to the Settings>apps

Click on the Sort icon and after that, select “Show system apps”

Find out the Bluetooth option and tap on it

Go to the storage section

Here you can find “clear data”. Tap on it.

Confirm by clicking on OK

You now have to reconnect the device like the previous method

Check if the problem is solved.

Use Airplane Mode

Airplane mode is a useful feature that cuts off the external connections temporarily. It can solve the issue. Here are the steps for that:

Drag down the notification panel and navigate to the Airplane Mode. It will be activated now.

Wait for a few seconds

Turn it off now

Check if the problem is solved.

Turn OFF Battery Saver Mode

Battery saver mode often weakens the phone performance to enhance the battery life. If you have the battery saver mode on, turning it off can do the trick. Follow the steps to do this:

Drag down the notification panel

Navigate to the Power Saver or Battery saver and turn it off

Check whether the problem is solved

Test with other devices

If you are facing the issue while connecting to a particular Bluetooth device, it is advised to test the Bluetooth with other devices.

Verify if your device is connected with Bluetooth in the right way

If you are using a device that requires a passcode to enable Bluetooth or ask you to confirm the connection, make sure to follow those steps depending on your device. Check whether you were following the right method to connect your device.

Make your device discoverable

If you haven’t turned on the visibility yet, other devices may not find your device. Check whether the discoverability is enabled or not.

Verify compatibility

Maybe you don’t know it yet, but Bluetooth also has a few generations. It depends on the generation whether the Bluetooth can connect with your Galaxy S22 series or not. So, first check the compatibility before trying to pair the device with your phone’s Bluetooth. Without compatibility, it will have issues to pair.

Restart both the devices

If it’s a problem of a simple glitch, restarting both devices can solve the issues. Long press the power buttons of both devices and restart them. Now check if the problem is solved.

Reset Network Settings

You can reset the network settings to fix any incorrect network issues. Follow the below-mentioned steps to do so:

Go to the settings

Navigate to reset

Now, tap on ” Reset Network Settings”

Follow the onscreen instructions.

Once it is done, turn on the Bluetooth and check if the problem is solved.

Wipe cache partition

If the previous methods fail, you can try wiping the cache partition to solve this issue. Follow the steps to do so:

Turn off the phone

Press Power+Volume Up + Home button for a few seconds

Once the phone restarts and shows the Samsung logo, release them at once. Now you’ll be able to see the Recovery mode

Go to “Wipe Cache Partition” and select by using the power button.

Confirm by clicking on Yes

Select “Reboot System Now”

Check if it’s solved.

Go for a factory reset

First, get a backup of all your data and pull off a factory data reset. Follow the steps mentioned below:

Go to settings

Go to Factory data Reset

Go through the onscreen instructions and click on Reset

Click on Delete all

Check if the problem is solved.

Conclusion

Your issues must be solved by now, but if the issue still persists, you can talk to a technician or contact the customer care service of Samsung.

Hope this article was helpful to you.

Experiencing difficulties with your Device, check out our “How To” page on how to resolve some of these issues.

1 COMMENT

  1. “I tried several and they didn’t work. I looked up the information on my UE Boom and a question was raised whether the speaker could be hooked up with an NFC connection and it can. I had not turned on my NFC connection on the phone. Once I did, the speaker was able to sync. Once it was synced, I could turn the NFC connection off and the speaker still played through the Bluetooth”

    Suggestion from a user with similar Bluetooth issues.

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