Some LG V10 users find that their smartphone has problem with the bluetooth connection. They could not connect their bluetooth connection with other device like bluetooth accessories or their car bluetooth system.
It is commonly occurred at cars like Mercedes Benz, Audi, BMW, Tesla, Volkswagen, Mazda, Nissan Ford, GM, Toyota, Volvo and other cars brand.
Some of users report that they actually could build a bluetooth connection but some features are not working properly, other users mention that it frequently disconnects, and some others report that it won’t connect at all.
If you have the same problem with this bluetooth connection, here there are some options for you to overcome the problem. Before you do other things in order to overcome your won’t connecting bluetooth, you can try to delete old profiles on your car or device first.
It is important because it is possible that your bluetooth connection problem is caused by your car bluetooth profile limit. No need to do other complex actions if this action already resolves your problem. You also need to check your car or device manual to ensure that it is discoverable to surrounding bluetooth connection.
The next option you can do to overcome the problem is by clearing the cache of the bluetooth data on your smartphone and then try to reconnect the bluetooth connection again.
The last option to resolve the problem is by perform factory reset and ensuring that you already back up the data before you do it. It is because the software on your LG V10 needs a reboot and it will back to normal after you reset it.
To perform factory reset you can open Settings then select Backup and Reset, and tap Factory Data Reset then select Reset Device and finally please select Delete All and then Reboot.