How to Fix Bluetooth Problems Of Any Android 5.0 Lollipop

Having problems or issues transferring data, sending files from your Android Smartphone or receiving files? You can now resolve those issues with this tutorial. Bluetooth problems occur mostly on Android 5.0 lollipop especially when Infinix is being upgraded to the version.


Bluetooth allows you to transfer and receives data like musics, videos, contacts, audio, text and many others as its uses cannot be overemphasized even before the launch of Xender and other transferring applications, bluetooth had been there and almost all phones in the market are compatible with it.

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So you can resolve your Bluetooth issues without taking your phone to the calcare which will save your time, money and others. Let's see the solutions.

Bluetooth Problems And Solutions Of Any Android 5.0 Lollipop


STEP 1: Turn On Your Bluetooth Properly - Firstly, you have to check if your phone supports Bluetooth or you can go to settings and turn it ON then set it visible to all device during pairing and data transmission in order to pair and transfer your data smoothly.

STEP 2: Enter Pairing Code - This is important, especially when pairing with windows phone, PC or desktop and blackberry phones. You will have to enter pairing code before the file can be transferred successfully. So always try to enter pairing codes to resolve pairing issues.

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STEP 3: Free Up Memory Space - Always try to free up your memory space because when files are being sent to a low memory phone, there won't be enough space to receive it. You can go to Settings>>Storage to free up your space by deleting files that are not useful anymore.

STEP 4: Clear Bluetooth Data - After following up correctly and still have issues, your Bluetooth problem might be resolved by clearing Bluetooth data and this can be done by going to Settings>>Apps>>Then tap on ALL and view the list of all running apps>>Tap on Bluetooth share option>>Tap on storage >>Tap on Clear data and finally tap on OK. So you would have successfully cleared your Bluetooth data which includes all files, settings, accounts, databases e.t.c

STEP 5 - Reboot Your Smartphone - You can resolve your Bluetooth issue by rebooting your device. If you found out that your Bluetooth is misbehaving, just reboot your device to resolve this issue.

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STEP 6 - Update Bluetooth Driver - If you  followed all this solutions without installing or downloading the working Bluetooth driver on your PC, it won't work which means you won't be able to connect your phone to it. So try to download a compatible Bluetooth driver.

If you follow these process properly, you will found out that your problems over Bluetooth will be resolved. Meanwhile, Wi-Fi is now the fastest way to transfer files but this tutorial will resolve the issues for those who still prefer Bluetooth.
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