How to Fix iPhone not Connecting to Bluetooth?

Bluetooth is a blessing, and it allows you to connect to devices wirelessly. But it can also be quite fickle. At times you may struggle to connect your iPhone via Bluetooth. This can be incredibly frustrating. Apply the tips mentioned below and fix the issue.

Unpair the Previous Device

If you want to unpair the previous device, then you need to follow the instructions given below.

  • First of all, you have to open the Settings app on your device.
  • Then you should go to the Bluetooth option.
  • Navigate to the Info option near to the device you would like to forget.
  • You have to select the Forget This Device option.
  • Now, tap on to confirm.
  • After the device unpaired, you should try again to re-connecting.

Turning On Bluetooth 

  • Get started by swiping from the lower of the display to bringing up the Control Center.
  • Then you should tap on the Bluetooth option to disable Bluetooth.
  • Now, if you would like to turn on Bluetooth, then you should tap on again.

Hard Reset

  • To get started, swipe upward from the lower of the display to bringing up Control Center.
  • Then you should tap on the Bluetooth option to disable.
  • On iPhone 7 or later devices, long-press both Power key & the Volume Down key at once. On iPhone 6s & earlier devices, long-press both Power key & Home button at once.    
  • You have to keep pressing until the Apple logo appears.
  • Release the process.
  • Thereafter you should wait for the iPad & iPhone to restart.
  • Later, you have to swipe upward from the lower of the display to bring up the Control Center.
  • Now, go to the Bluetooth option to turn on.

Forget the Device

You need to forget the device on Bluetooth, follow the steps mentioned below.

  • To begin with, go to the Settings app on your device.
  • Then you should select the Bluetooth option.
  • Navigate to the Info option near to the device you would like to forget.
  • You have to select the Forget This Device option.
  • Now, tap on to confirm.

Update your device

  • First, you have to ensure that you have the current iCloud backup.
  • Then you should open the Settings on your device.
  • You have to go to the General.
  • Thereafter you should select Software Update.
  • Now, you should choose Download & Install.
  • When the prompt comes, input the Passcode.
  • Tap on Agree to accept the Terms & Conditions.
  • Later, tap on Agree to verify.
  • Now, you have to tap on Install Now to start the update.

Restoring the iTunes

  • First & foremost, ensure that you have current iTunes backup.
  • Then you should open iTunes on the MacBook or Windows.
  • You have to connect the iPad, iPhone, or iPod touch in using the USB to Lightning or USB to 30-pin Dock cord.
  • Thereafter you should navigate to the device icon.
  • Go to the Summary pane & select “Check for Update.”
  • Now, choose the Download & Update option.
  • Tap on Agree to accept the Terms & Conditions.
  • When the prompt comes, input the Passcode on the iPhone.

Resetting Networks

  • Get started by opening the Settings app on your device.
  • Then you should go to the General option.
  • You have to select Reset at the lower.
  • Navigate to the Reset Network Settings.
  • When the prompt comes, input the Passcode.
  • Now, tap on Reset Network Settings to confirm.

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