Sometimes apps will interfere with Bluetooth operation and clearing the cache can solve the problem. For Android phones, go to Settings > System > Advanced> Reset Options > Reset Wi-fi, mobile & Bluetooth.
Why does my Bluetooth keep disconnecting by itself?
There may be too many apps running in the background of the device the Bluetooth is attempting to pair with. Certain applications cause interference with the connection, and some devices are limited in the number of applications that can run concurrently. If in doubt, check with the headset manufacturer.
How do I stop my Bluetooth from disconnecting randomly?
How to Fix Bluetooth Keeps Disconnecting?
- Modify the Bluetooth power setting.
- Restart the Bluetooth service.
- Update/Reinstall your Bluetooth driver.
- Run the Bluetooth troubleshooter.
How do I stop my Bluetooth headphones from disconnecting?
2. My Bluetooth headphones keep on disconnecting
- Keep within range of your headphones and smartphone. …
- Remove any unnecessary Bluetooth connections. …
- Make sure your Bluetooth headset has enough battery power. …
- Try unpairing your headphones and then re-pairing them with your smartphone.
Why does my Bluetooth keep cutting out Samsung?
Some Android users have reportedly fixed their Bluetooth issues by simply clearing the Bluetooth Cache on their phone. Tap Clear Cache. … Go back.
How do you fix a bad Bluetooth connection?
How To Fix Your Broken Bluetooth Connection
- Reset your Bluetooth device daily. You can connect to multiple Bluetooth devices simultaneously, with seven being the recommended maximum. …
- Update your phone’s firmware. …
- Buy up-to-date Bluetooth gear. …
- Update the firmware on your device. …
- Look for a sweet spot. …
- Report the problem.
What to do if your beats keep disconnecting?
Hold down both the power button and volume down button for 10 seconds. When the LED indicator light flashes, release the buttons. Your earphones are now reset and ready to be set up with your devices again.