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How to Fix Bluetooth Pairing Problems

by on December 30, 2022
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Updated on 12/30/2022 with USB-C conflict information and additional multipoint pairing information.

Bluetooth is a popular method of wirelessly transferring data between two devices, such as your phone and your headphones, your media player and a speaker, or your iPad and a keyboard. It’s one of the most widely used wireless technology in the world, according to the Bluetooth Special Interest Group. More than 4.6 billion Bluetooth products are expected to ship this year alone, and that number will likely increase to more than 6 billion per year by 2024.

Bluetooth is all great when it works. But if you’re someone who likes to play around with these kinds of connected gadgets, you know it can be frustrating when there’s a hang-up pairing the two. Here are some common causes of pairing problems, as well as advice on what you can do about them.

Why Bluetooth pairings fail

Bluetooth logo - white logo on blue backgroundBluetooth depends on both hardware and software to work properly. So if your devices can't speak a common Bluetooth language, they won’t be able to connect.

In general, Bluetooth is backward compatible: Bluetooth devices supporting Bluetooth 5 or higher should still be able to pair with devices using, say, the ancient Bluetooth 2.1, launched back in 2007.

Devices also come with specific Bluetooth profiles. If Bluetooth is the common language connecting devices, you can think of a profile as a dialect associated with a certain use. For example, you probably aren't going to be able to connect a mouse and your car because your car doesn’t support the Human Interface Device Profile. But a phone and a wireless headset should both support the Hands-Free Profile, you should be able to pair them.

Usually, Bluetooth devices connect with one device at a time. However, some headphones support multipoint pairing – a feature that lets one pair of headphones connect to two devices simultaneously.

I take you through the steps you can take to get your devices to happily communicate with each other. And if you have a multipoint Bluetooth device, check out my tips on solving problems with Bluetooth multipoint pairing.

What you can do about Bluetooth pairing failures

Smarphone and Bluetooth earbuds on a table

1. Make sure Bluetooth is turned on

You should see the little Bluetooth symbol at the top right of the screen if you have an Android device. For iOS and iPadOS, you'll need to go into the settings to enable and disable Bluetooth. Windows users will find Bluetooth in Settings > Devices > Bluetooth (or you may have a shortcut on your taskbar). Mac users will find a Bluetooth status icon on the menu bar.

2. Determine which pairing process your device employs

The process for pairing devices can vary. Sometimes, it involves tapping a code into your phone or computer. Other times, you can physically touch your phone to the device you want to pair it with (you'll see this option with phones and devices that have NFC, or Near Field Communications, as a feature. It's commonly found on Android phones).

If you’re not sure how to pair a device, refer to its user guide; you can usually find one by searching online.

3. Turn on discoverable mode

Let’s say you want to pair your phone with your car’s infotainment system to enjoy hands-free calling, texting, and navigation. First, go into your phone’s settings and tap on Bluetooth; doing so makes the phone visible to the car. Then depress the buttons on your car's infotainment system, usually on the steering wheel or center stack, to get it looking for the device.

Once it finds your phone, the car may ask for a numeric code that you'll need to confirm or input on your phone. After you do so, the devices should be paired. Remember that your phone or car may only stay in discoverable mode for a few minutes; if you take too long, you’ll need to start over.

If your device is new, it will often be in pairing mode when you first turn it on. A good indicator that a device is in pair mode is if it blinks.

You'll need to turn on pairing mode if the device has been paired with another device. To find instructions search for: put [product name] into pairing mode. We have guides for Jabra, JBL, JLab Audio, Onn, Mpow, and Sony.

4. Make sure the two devices are in close enough proximity to one another

While you wouldn’t think someone might try to pair an iPad with a keyboard if the two weren’t sitting right next to each other, it’s probably worth noting that you should make sure any devices you're trying to pair are within five feet of one another.

5. Power Bluetooth off and back on

A soft reset of Bluetooth can sometimes resolve an issue. With phones, an easy way to do this is by going into and out of airplane mode. For other devices, turn off the power and restart them.

6. Remove old Bluetooth connections

If you're having trouble pairing your phone with the speaker, it could be because the speaker is trying to connect with another device. While your laptop, tablet, or phone may be the obvious choices, there are other possibilities. For instance, you may have paired your speaker to your TV or streaming media player.

Some older speakers and headphones are very simple; they just try to connect with the last thing they are paired with. If your headphones or speaker were previously paired with another phone, laptop, or tablet, turn off that other device or turn off the device's Bluetooth. And if you are no longer planning on using your headphones or speaker with that device, unpair it to prevent future issues. In iOS settings, you can remove a device by tapping on its name and then Forget this Device. In Android settings, tap on a device’s name, then Unpair. After removing a device, start at step 1 on this list.

Some speakers and headphones can store pairing for multiple devices (this is different from multipoint when they connect simultaneously to devices). However, there is a limit to the number of devices' pairing information that they can store. If you're having trouble pairing headphones or a speaker that have been paired to many devices in the past, you may need to reset your headphones or speakers to clear out all of the pairings so you can start fresh. For instructions from the manufacturer on your specific model, search: reset [device name].

7. Charge up both devices you're trying to pair

Some devices have smart power management that may turn off Bluetooth if the battery level is too low. If your phone or tablet isn't pairing, make sure it and the device you're trying to pair with have enough juice.

8. Delete a device from a phone and rediscover it

If your phone sees a device but isn’t receiving data from it, sometimes it helps to start from scratch. In iOS settings, you can remove a device by tapping on its name and then Forget this Device. In Android settings, tap on a device’s name, then Unpair.

If you're deleting the device from your car, you may need to turn off your car after deleting the device, open and close the car door, and wait a couple of minutes before trying to pair the device again.

After removing a device, start at step 1 on this list.

9. Move away from the WiFi router

Another potential obstacle to successful pairing is interference from devices that use the same spectrum, such as your WiFi router. WiFi has been designed to cope with this, but it might not be a good idea to have your devices next to your router.

10. Move away from your smart home devices

Some smart home devices use a wireless technology called Zigbee. You find Zigbee in smart home hubs, including Amazon's Echo Show and Echo Plus, as well as a wide range of smart door locks, light bulbs, in-wall switches, open/close sensors, plugs, and more. Like WiFi, Zigbee devices use the same spectrum as Bluetooth devices and can interfere with pairing. Move away from your Zigbee devices when attempting to pair.

11. Move away from a USB 3.0 or USB-C port

Interference between Bluetooth and USB 3.0 Type A or USB-C is also possible. Newer laptops often have higher-speed USB-C and USB 3.0 Type A ports, so if the connection isn't happening, try pairing your Bluetooth gadgets away from the computer.

12. Make sure the devices you want to pair are designed to connect with each other

Whether it’s a headset, speaker, mouse, keyboard, or something else, your device has a specific profile that spells out what it can connect with. If you’re not sure, check the user manual.

13. Download a driver

If you’re having problems pairing something with your computer, you might be lacking the correct driver. The simplest way to figure this out is to do an online search for: [product name] driver.

14. Update the hardware’s firmware

Some automotive audio systems have been known to not pair with phones because the Bluetooth drivers in these systems didn’t work with later versions of Bluetooth. If you’re not sure how to get the latest firmware for your hardware, check with the device manufacturer.

15. Limit data shared between devices

Android and Windows devices let you choose the information you share between devices. So, for instance, you can choose to share phone audio, media audio, contacts, and text messages with your car. If you don't need to share all of the data, deselecting one or more of the types of information may enable the devices to pair.

For Android 10 devices, go to Settings > Connected devices and select the device. If there are options to select, they will appear. For Windows, go to Control Panel > Hardware and Sound > Devices and Printers > right-click on the Bluetooth device in question and select Properties. Then select the Services tab to choose which types of information to share.

16. Clear the Bluetooth cache

Sometimes apps will interfere with Bluetooth operation, and clearing the cache can solve the problem. For Android phones, go to Settings > Apps > and tap the sort icon (the triple bars to the right of "Your apps."). Toggle on "Show system apps" and then select "Bluetooth" from the list. Select "Storage" and then "Clear cache." For iOS and iPadOS devices, you'll have to unpair all of your devices (go to Setting > Bluetooth, select the info icon and choose "Forget This Device" for each device), then restart your phone or tablet.

Solving problems with Bluetooth multipoint pairing

Multipoint is a Bluetooth technology that enables a Bluetooth device to be actively paired with more than one device at a time. That means your headphones could be simultaneously paired with a phone and laptop, or two phones could be paired to a hands-free car kit.

Even though multipoint has been part of the Bluetooth standard for years, there aren’t many products on the market that support multipoint. So if you’re having issues with setting up a multipoint connection, the first thing to do is double-check that your device supports multipoint by searching for “[product name] multipoint Bluetooth” or consulting your product’s manual. Once you’ve confirmed that your device supports multipoint, try these steps.

Trouble adding multipoint devices

If you’re having trouble adding a second device to your multipoint product, follow these steps to ensure you’re adding it correctly.

1. Pair with the first device the way you would with a single-point Bluetooth device. (If you’re having trouble pairing your first device, consult the list of tips above.)

2. Turn off the first paired device and pair the second one.

3. Once you have successfully paired with the second device, turn on the first device. For some products (like the Lenovo Smart Wireless Earbuds and JLab GO Work and PlayPro headphones), that’s all there is to it. Other products (like the Sony WH-1000SM4 headphones, Bose QuietComfort II Earbuds, and Soundcore Liberty 3 Pro earbuds) require installing an app and turning on the ability to connect two devices.

If you can’t connect to a previously paired multipoint device

Multipoint Bluetooth devices can connect to two devices simultaneously but can be paired with many devices. If your multipoint Bluetooth product isn’t automatically connecting to your usual two devices, it may be paired with a third device.

If you use an app to select multipoint devices, go into the app and toggle on the two devices you want to be simultaneously connected.

If you don’t use an app to select your multipoint devices, you will need to re-pair the device that has lost its connection. Follow these two simple steps.

1. Use your multipoint device with the Bluetooth device that is still actively paired with multipoint.

2. Re-pair the device that has lost the connection.

Not all wireless devices use Bluetooth

Keep in mind that not all wireless devices use Bluetooth. Alternatives include the Wireless Gigabit specification, Wireless HD, ANT+, ZigBee, NFC, and Wi-Fi Direct. These other technologies typically won’t work with your phone, tablet, or computer without some kind of additional hardware.

I hope this guide has helped you with your Bluetooth pairing problems. If you know of any tips I've missed, share them in the comments below!

[Image credits: Bluetooth headphones with phone via BigStockPhoto]

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sandisk jbl 500

From on April 09, 2020 :: 3:59 pm

I can play my wireless headphones with Bluetooth on my sandisk mp3 player. Why do I have to plug in my wired headphones?


Pairing hearing aids

From Alan White on April 13, 2020 :: 12:07 pm

Galaxy A5 works fine with hearing aids but sound alao comes from phone speaker. Can speaker be silenced?



From Jan on April 22, 2020 :: 10:47 am

I have paired my JBL to MacBook Air via bluetooth, everything seems working, choosing headphones for output audio. But it does not work, the voice is still directed to builtin speakers. Any ideas what to do?


Pairing & connecting..... over & over & over

From Melissa Z. on April 23, 2020 :: 2:25 pm

Ok I have a “Blackweb LED Bluetooth Speaker” that I’ve used many times with my phone. Then all of a sudden over the last few days ~ I’ll be connected to it, I’ll be on the internet and then it disconnects on its own and then goes through the pairing and reconnecting process automatically. And then it can be fine for a while (10 to 20 minutes) then it starts doing it (disconnects- pairing & reconnects) over again…... BUT Non-Stop this time! So frustrating! I have shut off my phone as well as the speaker and basically started the process all over again with the same results. Please please PLEASE help me ~ as I am SO CLOSE to pulling my hair out! And this speaker is ONLY like a month-and-a-half old…... Therefore, I don’t see how it should be doing this?!?


Sounds like interference

From Josh Kirschner on April 23, 2020 :: 2:43 pm

Various devices can interfere with your Bluetooth signal, causing the types of drops you’re describing. Since Bluetooth uses the same 2.4 GHz frequency as WiFi, try to switch WiFi devices to 5GHz, where possible. Also move your speaker away from any power cables, baby monitors, fluorescent lights, microwaves, etc.

Let me know if that helps.


deeper bluetooth issues.

From donald erving on May 01, 2020 :: 4:25 pm

i received a warning that my bluetooth subframe does not have a list of connections, and also something about a shadow root. i dont know WTF itwants from me!


Need Help for iBall with Juarez QY7

From Daniel on May 04, 2020 :: 7:15 am

I had earlier paired the QY7 Juarez headset with iBall Slide. Then I unpaired it by clicking on the option ‘Forget’ in the Bluetooth settings. However later whenever I tried to connect it, it just doesn’t show up in the devices list. I even switched both the iBall Slide and the QY7 OFF and then ON, but to no avail. Could you please help.
BTW, the QY7 is detected by Honor 7x and functions quite well. Also, the Slide does detect the Boult headset after it has been unpaired by selecting the option ‘Forget’.


Bluetooth through car speakers

From Alisa Medlin on May 05, 2020 :: 2:24 pm

I have been using my Bluetooth through my radio forever now it does not recognize when I ask it to call a contact, it wNts a phone#.  Ready to scream!!!!!


Blue Parrot 550

From James on May 08, 2020 :: 7:57 am

Headset stuck in pairing mode. Turn it on and it says power on, then pair mode, and then your headset is connected, a few seconds later turns off or turns of if you hit the command but and after it’s off it turns itself back on and does it all over again. Tried updating software on the internet but still stays in pair mode. Any options to correct this issue. Already tried clear pairing memory but help there.


car stereo (Sony) 2 din, with BT

From shawn michael on May 09, 2020 :: 1:13 pm

i connected my phone to the stereo, but because the others cannot hear me, i turn the phone to speaker or phone.  i did this one day, while my radio was on, and then i never heard my radio after that.  it will come on occasionally for about 8 seconds.
what is going on???


Restoring Missing Bluetooth Peripheral Drivers

From Clifford Farley on May 11, 2020 :: 9:37 am

Hello I have Win7 64 bit Home Premium.
I noticed after clicking on Bluetooth
in Device Manager, drop down list of 3
peripheral drivers showing yellow marks.

The person who I bought the laptop (Sony Vaio)
from very kindly supplied a recovery disk that
has windows & all drivers for the hardware.

Please advise how to restore these drivers from the disk so I
can pair an iPhone with my laptop to get online.  Thanks.


I would suggest a different approach

From Josh Kirschner on May 11, 2020 :: 3:08 pm

First off, as of January, Windows 7 is no longer supported by Microsoft. There are no more security patches or other fixes, leaving your laptop at much higher risk for malware. I would strongly recommend upgrading the laptop to Windows 10.

If you do keep Windows 7, you should update your drivers from the Sony site so you have the latest versions, not from the recovery disk (which will be years old, at this point). The Sony Vaio may have a help utility to assist with that or you can look up your model on the Sony support site:

It may also be that the drivers aren’t your issue. Usually device manager will provide more information about why a specific component is disabled. What does it say?


My Lenovo tablet don't wanne

From Faizel Coetzee on May 14, 2020 :: 6:37 am

My Lenovo tablet don’t wanne contact with my LG tape but to all the others how can I fix it but it’s parting


Bluetooth pairing

From Mary on May 14, 2020 :: 3:16 pm

All seems to work until screen appears on a20e to input the bluetooth code.  The screen disappears after 3 secs so I am unable to connect to my Dacia Bluetooth.
Any help would be appreciated.



From Byarugaba Joseph on May 21, 2020 :: 4:48 am

Have been using headsets but when I plugged off the earphones,the icon remained giving me to communicate on loudspeaker kindly help


I can’t disconnect Bluetooth Jaba

From Keß Darid on June 02, 2020 :: 10:34 pm

I can’t disconnect Bluetooth Jaba now. I can’t make phone calls without it being reinstalled and paired. I’ve even went as far as getting rid of the paring of it. My phone makes the call then hangs up on my wife. Not a good story to to tell her. How do I fix this problem. Bad enough it keeps going into mute mode.


You've tried forgetting it?

From Josh Kirschner on June 03, 2020 :: 1:30 am

If you forget the Jaba (Jabra?) device in your phone’s Bluetooth settings, that should take care of it. The device should never re-pair automatically. The only other way I could conceive of this happening is if there is some Jaba app you identified to control your phone calls and it is able to repair to the device.



From a guy on June 12, 2020 :: 2:59 am

A lot of problems with JBL products. Especially with headphones. This may not fix every problem but you can RESTART them… hold the power buton and the + volume button for 10-15 seconds.

No one ever seems to point this out.


Thank you

From Ashish on June 15, 2020 :: 6:20 am

Thanks man its finally connected to my mobile phone. Really appreciate ur help🙏.


help with my JBL headphone

From Sam on June 19, 2020 :: 3:47 pm

I did the power on for 5 seconds, it made a sound, than hold both volume up and down for 10 seconds but still it can’t get connected to any device that normally it used to… can you please help? maybe a hard reset if possible..its headphones E-Series.


Connecting Soundgate 3 to TV Adapter

From Inacio on June 21, 2020 :: 10:14 am

I use Soungate 3 to connect to my TV Adapter.
Sometimes when I push the TV button of the Soundgate it connects immediately to the TV adapter, even at a distance of three rooms.
But mostly it takes hours to connect even if it is next to each other.
The light at the Soungate blinks and blinks and then stops until I push it again. I must repeat this several times until out-of-the blue it connects by itself.
What can be the reason?


Sounds like it could be interference

From Josh Kirschner on June 22, 2020 :: 9:37 pm

A number of common household devices can cause interference with your Bluetooth signal, such as such as power cables, microwaves, cordless phones or your WiFi router. If there are any of those types of devices nearby, you can try moving them. And if you can connect devices to your router using 5GHz instead of 2.4GHz (which is the same as Bluetooth), that might help resolve the issue.


Bluetooth connection drops when I make or take a call

From Traci on June 22, 2020 :: 10:30 am

My lg Stylo 4 connects to my car without problems, but as soon as I make or answer a call, it immediately drops the Bluetooth. I believe it is something with the phone, because my husband’s Samsung stays connected with no problems. I never had this problem until about a year ago; could it be a software update to my phone or my car?


Bluetooth problem

From Sarju on June 28, 2020 :: 3:56 am

I have remax rbs20 Bluetooth incoming calls gets disconnected everytime in any mobile need help how to do factory reset or reboot


Mifo 07

From Angel on July 03, 2020 :: 10:19 pm

I have a pair of mifo 07’s. I lost the right earbud. Why cant i use the left ear bud now?


Problems with my earbuds connecting to my television

From Sydell Lamb on July 07, 2020 :: 2:24 pm

I have a fire stick and when I try to connect my earbuds it says I’m connected but it’s not the sound still comes through the television.
I would like some advice if you have some thanks


Bluetooth Problem

From Becki Giddy on July 10, 2020 :: 7:45 am

For some reason I cannot connect my Huawei phone to my 2008 Mitsubishi Triton. It connected before but all of a sudden it will not. When you press the Bluetooth button, it just clicks all the time. Have been trying everything but am completely at a stand still now.

Many thanks


Don’t last long

From Tracy on July 15, 2020 :: 10:48 am

Ok, sorry this made be a silly question but here goes.  I can connect but after only 20 minutes usually one will say power off.  This morning they both said power off after only 5 minutes.  I charged them yesterday. After fully charging, I turn the power off every time I am not using them and turn it on when in use.  The power on blue light only stays on for about a minute while I am using them.  I am sure it is an easy fix but I simply cannot figure it out.  Thanks for your help!



From David Mann on July 17, 2020 :: 5:16 am

This is a really useful article. Incredibly thorough with a wide range of possible solutions. I think I got my earphones working with tip number 4.


Thank you so much!

From JoseG on July 20, 2020 :: 7:47 pm

My Android phone kept telling me couldn’t pair with Jabra evolve 75 because of an incorrect PIN or passkey. Tried everything except a phone reset which i was not about to do. It had paired a long time ago and worked fine but I stopped using it on my phone. Removed all Bluetooth devices and reset all services on my Android phone but no good. Paired with my daughters phone fine and I paired another BT headset fine on mine. Read your reset device (6) bit and googled Jabra 75 reset and there it was. I reset it to factory default and was now able to pair the headset again with my phone. Had to install Jabra Direct to pair the usb device on the PC.
Thank you so much!!!


Trying to connect 2

From Mike Eckensweiler on July 31, 2020 :: 2:50 pm

okay I have a samsung galaxy s10e android phone and 2 W-King 50 amp blutooth speakers can have both connected but only sound (spotify music) from 1 speaker and when connect 1 the other one pauses


Title isn't reflective of article

From Deb on August 02, 2020 :: 12:15 pm

I was looking how to REPAIR a bluetooth issue, not use bluetooth!!  This article should be title, THE BASICS OF BLUETOOTH.


Bluetooth airdots connection problem

From Harsha on August 04, 2020 :: 12:17 am

I bought airdots two months ago yesterday one airdot is playing song another one is not playing and i unpair both airdots and put it in charging case and i take it from charge case and try to pair with my phone by mistakely i give cancel but now airdots are not showing in available devices


Please help me my phone

From Md Emon on August 05, 2020 :: 12:19 pm

Please help me my phone Bluetooth cannot on what happened I don’t know


How can I make my bluetooth headphones connect to my galaxy S10e

From Mary Carnen HR on August 12, 2020 :: 8:22 pm

I have tried the steps but now it ask me for a pin. I have tried the basics but none work. Can u tell me anoche that will work please?


Need help connecting my true

From Josie on August 19, 2020 :: 1:25 am

Need help connecting my true stereo wireless earbuds


Dea500 radio

From Mike on September 02, 2020 :: 8:45 pm

My radio pairs up great. I can hear the person I called but they cant hear me??


I have an LG

From Sydney S. on September 20, 2020 :: 1:28 am

So I have an LG Aristo 2 and I’m trying to pair my Skullcandy bluetooth headphones to it. It worked for months on end but now it suddenly stopped. Any ideas on how I could possibly fix this?


Skullcandy Bluetooth troubleshooting help

From Josh Kirschner on September 21, 2020 :: 10:19 pm

We have an article on how to fix Skullcandy Bluetooth pairing problems.



From John D. Barry on September 21, 2020 :: 6:46 pm




From Robot on September 22, 2020 :: 1:43 pm

This article saved my life, i thought my headphones were broken but it was simple as turn off/on airpla e mode, thank you very much!


Will my Bluetooth sound hub

From Starlene Hancock on September 23, 2020 :: 10:48 pm

Will my Bluetooth sound hub tone wireless rar buds connect with a black web portable dvd player


Does the DVD player have Bluetooth?

From Josh Kirschner on September 24, 2020 :: 1:49 am

Any pair of Bluetooth earbuds “should” connect with pretty much any Bluetooth audio device. Does the Blackweb DVD player have Bluetooth audio? I didn’t think many portable DVD players offered that, but it would be model dependent.



From Stevo Delesi on September 30, 2020 :: 5:55 am

Hi. Thanks the on and off aeroplane mode on my phone did it for me.
Thanks a lot.



From Stevo Delesi on September 30, 2020 :: 6:02 am

Hi. Thanks the on and off aeroplane mode on my phone did it for me.
Thanks a lot.


JBL T500 BT e Bluetooth Receiver

From Tiago Ferreira on October 01, 2020 :: 3:07 pm

Tenho uns headphones JBL t500bt e um recetor/transmissor Bluetooth e não consigo emparelha-los de forma nenhum. Ficam os dois com as luzes a piscar mas não se “encontram”. Alguém me pode ajudar?


Unable to pair my JVC HA-FX9BT headphones with my BTDG-40S USB 5.0 Bluetooth dongle on my laptop, Wi

From Konstantinos Kostalas on October 05, 2020 :: 4:39 am

Unable to pair my JVC HA-FX9BT headphones with my BTDG-40S USB 5.0 Bluetooth dongle on my laptop, Windows 10. PLEASE HELP.


galaxy s10e and 2015 chrysler 200c paired by bluetooth, but wont read, nor play audio?

From Dan on October 05, 2020 :: 6:55 am

hi, i really dont know how to explain whats going on, but my phone and car, which have been paired through bluetooth since i got my phone, suddenly is not working this morning. yesterday it worked fine. i have reset my phone, turned bluetooth on and off, unpaired them and paired them again, etc…. both car and phone say they are paired up, but doesnt even register on car that either my pandora is playing or that google play is playing. please help???


Try reset and software updates

From Josh Kirschner on October 05, 2020 :: 10:21 am

These issues can be tricky to pinpoint remotely, since they are so device specific. But I would try resetting your Chrysler’s audio/Bluetooth system and see if that resolves things. If not, check for a Chrysler Uconnect software update for your car:


Top Mobile Tech

From Maria Beaza on October 06, 2020 :: 1:56 am

I applied this methods to solve my Bluetooth connection problem in laptop and it’s workable for me. Thanks for sharing this great stuff!


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