How to Fix Bluetooth Issues on Samsung S24 Ultra, S24 Plus, S24

Are you annoyed that the Samsung phone keeps losing Bluetooth connection? Here’s how to fix Bluetooth Issues on Samsung S24 Ultra, S24 Plus, and S24 5G. Different Bluetooth problems occur on your Samsung devices, like Bluetooth connection problems, sound issues when headphones are connected via Bluetooth, Bluetooth connection cutting in and out constantly, can’t pair with Car’s accessories, etc. Check out the solutions below to fix Samsung S24 Bluetooth not working issues.

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How to Fix Bluetooth Issues on Samsung S24 Ultra, S24 Plus, S24

How to Fix Bluetooth Issues on Samsung S24 Ultra, S24 Plus, S24

Ensure your device is in pairing mode. 

Restart the Samsung Device

Long-press the side key and volume down button simultaneously until you view the power menu.

Touch the Restart.

Touch again the Restart to restart your Samsung S24 device.

Turn the Bluetooth On/Off

Pull down the notification shade at the top and tap Bluetooth to turn it off. After 10 seconds, click on Bluetooth to turn it on and try to pair.

Turn Off Flight Mode (Airplane Mode)

Pull down the notification from the top and tap Flight mode to turn it off. Turn on Bluetooth, scan the device, and try to pair.

Check for Software Update

Make sure your Samsung device is updated with the latest system software.

Go to Settings.

Scroll down and touch the Software update.

Touch the Download and Install.

Clear the Bluetooth Cache Samsung

Clear the Bluetooth cache to delete temporary files and improve the Bluetooth’s performance.

Go to Settings.

Scroll down and touch Apps.

Hide the Bluetooth app on your device.

Tap the Three horizontal lines in front of your apps section.

Toggle on the Show system apps and touch OK at the bottom.

Scroll down and touch on Bluetooth.

Touch the Storage.

Touch Clear cache at the bottom right.

Unpair & Pair the device 

If your Samsung Galaxy S24 Bluetooth pairing cannot pair with any car or speakers, remove both connections from the car and your phone. Reboot your S24 device and try to pair it.

Go to Settings.

Touch the Connections. 

Touch the Bluetooth.

Touch the Settings gear icon of the paired device to remove it.

Touch the Unpair at the bottom right.

Touch the Unpair.

Restart the Samsung phone and try to pair it with another device to fix the problems.

Reset Samsung S24 Network Settings

Go to Settings.

Scroll down and touch the General Management.

Scroll and touch Reset.

Touch Reset network settings.

Touch Reset settings.

Touch Unlock your Samsung phone.

Touch the Reset.

After that, check to fix the Bluetooth connection problem on your S24 series.

This concludes the list of possible ways to fix Samsung Galaxy S24 Plus Bluetooth issues. Please remember to mention which method worked for you.