Why is my Samsung not connecting to Bluetooth and how to fix it?

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Samsung does not connect to Bluetooth

Samsung devices have a wide variety of options and unique features that make them a great option for anyone. Most Samsung devices from the turn of the century to the present have something in common, that is, all of them have a Bluetooth connection.

You may be wondering what Bluetooth is and what is it for? Well, bluetooth allows us to share content with other electronic devices quickly and easily. But it may be that, despite being an efficient service and with few failures, some problems arise that prevent our Samsung from connecting properly via Bluetooth.

One of the things that can cause this problem is that the cell phone battery is not fully used. Perhaps having a low battery or opening many apps in the background, the Bluetooth of many Samsung devices can be affected and thus not work.

Another factor that could affect the functioning of your Samsung's Bluetooth is that the devices you want to connect it to have some problem that prevents them from connection.

While it is true that most of the problems can occur on the other device, it must also be taken into account that some Samsung mobile phones only accept a Bluetooth connection, which can also cause this inconvenience.

Seeing the myriad of factors that can cause this problem, we encourage you to read on and find out what you can do for easily solve this problem. We also encourage you to visit Samsung Technical Support to resolve if a Bluetooth device is not detected. This way you can solve the situation, however, below, we will provide you with other possible solutions.

How to fix the Bluetooth connection?

When it comes to solving this inconvenient problem, it is worth analyzing the different ways to get it, in order to use the most convenient for our case. First, of course, you need to start with the simplest. If in your case the Bluetooth connection problem is due to battery problems, please follow the steps below:

  • Enter your Samsung settings and go to the “Applications” section.
  • Press the three-dot button in "Options" to continue.
  • Press the option "Special access".
  • Now select "Optimize Battery Usage".
  • Then, select the option that suits you best, depending on the applications you use.

We also recommend that you deactivate Bluetooth correctly and then activate it, this through the network settings found in the Samsung settings. Another thing you can do is use the Bluetooth Pair app, which allows its users to use a separate Bluetooth connection from the original Samsung.

And although the above options are very effective in activating the Bluetooth connection, as a last resort you could try to completely restart your mobile, in order to eliminate any problems which causes this inconvenience.

If despite all this your Samsung does not connect to the Bluetooth and it still doesn't work, don't hesitate to take your Samsung to the nearest trusted technician who can give you the help you need. Or also check which version of Bluetooth your Samsung Android has, so you can rule out a glitch by updating it.

We hope that all of this information will be useful to you and that you use all these tips wisely to make the most of your Samsung's Bluetooth connection, no matter the problems.

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