How to fix Redmi Note 6 Pro Bluetooth pairing issues. Bluetooth pairing issues are present on most other smartphones in the market and luckily fixing these issues is fairly simple and isn’t time-consuming.
If you too are facing issues while trying to connect your Bluetooth devices to your Redmi Note 6 Pro, then here are a few things to try out.
Fix Redmi Note 6 Pro Bluetooth pairing issues – Possible solutions:
- One of the most simple yet effective methods to fix a bug or glitch is to reboot your device. Simply hold down the Power button until a menu pops-up and then tap Restart. After the device restarts try paring your Bluetooth device.
- If the device still isn’t pairing head over to Bluetooth settings and remove all paired devices. Once all the paired devices are removed from the list, try and pair the Bluetooth device to your Google Pixel 3 now.
- If there’s still no luck clear Bluetooth cache. To do this head over to Settings > Applications > Tap 3 dots on the top right and click ‘Show system apps’ > Bluetooth > Storage > Clear cache and data. After performing these steps you should now be able to connect to your Bluetooth device.
- Turn off battery optimization for ‘Bluetooth MIDI service’. Open device Settings and go to Battery.
Tap the 3-dot menu present at the top right corner and select Battery Optimization.
Turn off Battery Optimization for the app called Bluetooth MIDI service and the apps that you use with Bluetooth such as Play Music, Phone, etc.
- Identify the cause of the issue. If the Bluetooth is working alright in Safe mode, then maybe something you installed is causing the issue. So, reboot into safe mode and see if the Bluetooth is working in that mode or not.
- Press and hold your device’s Power button.
- You will get a pop up for “Power off”. Touch and hold the option Power off.
- You will get another pop up “Reboot to safe mode”. Tap Ok.
- Your device will restart and go to Safe Mode, which is identified by “Safe mode” text at the bottom of the screen.
- Reset network settings. This will delete all Bluetooth related data on your device, but note that it will also delete all your Wi-Fi networks, mobile data limits, paired devices connections, and all app data restrictions.
Read Also: How to fix Wi-Fi connectivity issues.
On the bright side, many times this trick works like a charm. To reset network settings on your Android Oreo phone, follow the steps:
- Go to device Settings and search for network settings reset.
- Go to the option, and use it to reset the network settings, which resets the Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and data settings on the phone.
- Currentstudygist.co will not be responsible for any loss or damage caused, if any, to your smartphone. (If you carefully follow the given steps on how to fix Redmi Note 6 Pro Bluetooth pairing issues, this problem will not even arise.)
- Most of the given solutions and fixes are applicable to almost every Android smartphone. Although, we do have articles for particular smartphones. You can check them out on our Page.
- You won’t be able to fix every problem yourself. If these solutions don’t do the trick, you might have to take your handset to a professional repair shop or upgrade to a new model. But while you shouldn’t tinker with your finely-tuned smartphone the way you would with, say, a car engine, you do have options. Here are some of the most common phone problems you’ll encounter, and how to fix