If you own a Galaxy S10 and keep experiencing issues with Bluetooth, then continue reading because we’ll explore how to fix Galaxy S10 Bluetooth connection issues in this post. A common issue reported by users of this device includes dropping connection and pairing failure. Both can be very annoying, but you don’t have to worry anymore because our tips will help you diagnose and resolve those issues in no time.

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Fix Galaxy S10 Bluetooth connection issues

Follow the below remedies one by one, and 90% of users would be able to cure by themselves. 

Toggle Airplane mode

This is a simple technique that can fix issues with Bluetooth. Just toggle the Airplane mode. You can do this from settings >> turn off and wait for 10-15 seconds then turn on and check if it’s working.

Toggle Bluetooth

Toggling Bluetooth is another technique that is very easy to implement. All you need to do is turn-off Bluetooth, wait some seconds and turn it back on and check if it’s working. If not, proceed to the next step.

Check Other Bluetooth Devices

Most people experiencing issues with Bluetooth will just focus on their smartphones. They assume it’s the cause of the problem. However, it’s very common for the other device you’re trying to pair with to be the source of the problem. So whether you’re trying to pair with speakers or earphones or something else and it develops an issue, leave it and try to pair with a different device and see how it behaves. You can also try to pair with another phone if you can find one.

Clear Cache And Bluetooth Data

If nothing prescribed above works. Then clear Bluetooth Cache and Data and see if that helps. Here’s how.

  1. Go to Settings on your Smartphone. 
  2. Locate Apps Option and Tap on it.
  3. Look for 3 dots on the top right corner of the screen and tap on it then select “Show System Apps.”
  4. Next, scroll down the screen and Tap “Bluetooth”.
  5. Tap the “Force stop” button.
  6. Touch the “Storage” option.
  7. Tap “Clear cache”.
  8. Tap “Clear data” and tap “Ok” to confirm.
  9. Restart your Galaxy S10 smartphone.

Remove App from Sleeping apps

Some Galaxy S10 owners report experiencing Bluetooth issues while streaming music via services such as SoundCloud. The main culprit of failed Bluetooth connection, in this case, is when an app is listed among sleeping apps. To resolve this problem you just need to remove it from the list of sleeping apps. Here’s how. 

  1. Launch SoundCloud app
  2. Scroll down to your library on the bottom-right corner
  3. Tap the Settings icon on the upper-right screen
  4. Locate the “Delete cache” option and tap it to confirm
  5. Return to Home screen and open your Samsung Galaxy S10 Settings
  6. Find “Sleeping Apps
  7. Find SoundCloud or another app you use to stream music that is on the list of Sleeping apps.
  8. Deselect it.

Update Software

A lot of smartphone issues can be resolved by installing software updates. Bluetooth is certainly not an exception. This is the reason why most OEM including Samsung encourages users to keep their device firmware up to date. You can check to see if there’s a pending software update for your Galaxy S10 by going to settings >> About device >> Software Update >> Download >> Install. Another way is by turning on the Auto-update feature. 

Adjust AVRCP Version

Audio or Video Remote Control Profile (AVRCP). Its function is to allow some devices to control the video or audio equipment on the paired device, often remotely. You can try this method to fix the Galaxy S10 Bluetooth issue. Go to Settings, scroll down, and select Developer options. Scroll down again until you find the Bluetooth AVRCP option, and tap it to adjust the Bluetooth AVRCP versions. Here you can choose a different AVRCP version, and reboot the phone.

Reset Network Settings

Reset network settings on your smartphone. This method has been shown to resolve a number of connection-related problems such as Bluetooth, mobile data, and Wi-Fi. So if everything else fails, try this. To do so just go to Settings >> Management >> Reset >> Reset Network settings >> Reset to Confirm.

And that marks the end of our guide on how to fix Galaxy S10 Bluetooth connection issues. Hit us up via the comments section below if you have any questions.

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