Some owners of Galaxy Note 5 report that they have problem in its Bluetooth connections. The common problem they find is that it will not connect to their other devices or on their car system. This problem happens many times, they witness.
Yet, some other owners of this smartphone say that their Bluetooth feature works well with other devices and even can disconnect it well. If you are also the owners of Galaxy Note 5 and find this problem, there are some ways to fix Galaxy Note 5 bluetooth problems.
The first thing you can do is checking that you really follow the instruction to connect the Bluetooth. Follow the pairing procedure that may be different to certain system or accessories. Some systems need you to press a button down to pair the Bluetooth.
If your phone cannot be connected with your car device, then the problem may come from the car. Check the connections limit. If it already reaches the limit, then delete all the old profile of your car system.
The next way to fix Galaxy Note 5 bluetooth problems is by go to Bluetooth menu in Settings and delete the problematic pairings. You also can go to Settings > Applications > Application manager and find Bluetooth, then tapping Clear Cache and Clear Data to make the Bluetooth work again.
Just like other problems you find, performing wipe cache partition is also one way to make the feature works again. Press the Home, Power, and Volume Up buttons together and you should see Android recovery menu.
Use Volume Down to highlight wipe cache partition, and then Power to select it. Once it’s done, press Power to select reboot system now. After doing this, use the phones normally and check the Bluetooth feature.
Resetting the phone is also recommended if all the things do not work for you, back up your important files then go to Backup and reset > Factory data reset > Reset device. If everything does not work, it might be best to contact Samsung, your carrier, or retailer to see about a repair or replacement.