The Samsung Galaxy S8 offers you the possibility with Bluetooth 5.0 to connect with several devices at the same time. This is useful, but you may not be able to establish a reasonable Bluetooth connection between the smartphone and other devices.
We would like to tell you today a small but simple trick, which helps you get bluetooth problems on the Samsung Galaxy S8 under control. This is the reset of the network connections. Warning!: All W-Lan, mobile data and Bluetooth network connections are reseted. You must then re-set them up again.
However, the past has shown that this has fixed the problem with Bluetooth connections.
And so you reset the network connections on the Samsung Galaxy S8:
- Opens the app menu and then the settings
- Scroll down to "General Management" and select the entry
- Now click on "Reset" and then on "Reset network settings"
- Perform the operation by tapping the "Reset settings" button. Finished!
Now restart your Samsung Galaxy S8 and re-establish the Bluetooth connection. It should now be possible to establish a connection between the Samsung Galaxy S8 and the Bluetooth device.
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