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How to reset Bluetooth on iPhone or iPad

Posted by Aimee , Mar 11, 2020

"I encountered a problem that could not be solved. I found a lot of related posts in the MacRumors Forums and Apple Insider Forums, but I couldn't find the answer. My iPhone can connect to the Toyota audio system. When the iPad tries to connect to Bluetooth, It will show "connecting". I restarted the iPad and reset the network settings. The problem was not resolved. Does anyone know how to avoid this?"
As Apple fans, we use iPhone, iPad, iPod or Apple Watch and other devices. Bluetooth may not work when using these iOS devices. This brings us great inconvenience. For the problems that Bluetooth cannot identify the device to be paired, Bluetooth cannot be turned on, Bluetooth is dead, and the Bluetooth is stuck when connected, we will recommend that you reset Bluetooth before considering other methods. This article will guide you on how to reset the Bluetooth of your iPhone or iPad.

Part 1: Restart Bluetooth on iPhone or iPad

1. Find the "Settings" app on your iDevice. Then click the "Bluetooth" item and close it.
2. Press the iOS device power button and home button until the Apple logo appears.
3. Tap the "Settings" icon again, then restart Bluetooth.
4. Check if Bluetooth is available.

Restart Bluetooth

Tip: If you intend to transfer data via Bluetooth, then we recommend that you use more professional data transfer software in order to obtain a better user experience.

Part 2: Reset the Bluetooth of the iOS device

If the problem is still not resolved, you can do the following:
1. Go back to the Bluetooth item in Settings.
2. Find the device that cannot be paired and click the "i" icon.
3. Click and confirm "Forget This Device". Re-pair the Bluetooth of the iOS device with the device again, and then confirm if the issue is resolved.

Reset Bluetooth

If none of the above methods solve your problem, you should consider whether the system or software is malfunctioning after troubleshooting the hardware problem. At this point, you can repair the Bluetooth that is not working via the repair software. In addition to connecting devices with Bluetooth, iDevices are sometimes connected with wired headphones. When the iOS device is stuck in headphone mode, you can find related solutions in RecoveryTool.

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