Can’t connect your iPhone X to other device via Bluetooth and want to fix it quickly? Read on this guide and get 6 useful tricks to fix Bluetooth not working on iPhone X.
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“I am having issues with Bluetooth on my new iPhone X. It states connected but hear nothing when I try to connect with my vehicles or beats. Just keep cycling. Is there any quick way to fix it?”
A user from Apple Communities
Recently there are some complaints about iPhone X among users, and one of the most common problems is Bluetooth not working properly on their new iPhone X. Though next iOS update may fix this error for iPhone X users, it’s quite inconvenient when you want to pair your iPhone X with a car or speaker via Bluetooth. Here in this article we’ll show you several troubleshooting tips to fix this issue.
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Firstly try this simple way to fix this problem. Just go to Settings > Bluetooth > turn it off if it’s enabled (it’s green if it’s turned on). Then restarting your iPhone X via pressing Volume Up/Down button until you see the Apple logo.
You may have connected your iPhone X with many Bluetooth devices so you can forget some devices and pair again. Settings > Bluetooth > then you’ll see the list of Bluetooth devices > find the device you can’t pair with and tap (i) > Forget this device > connect your iPhone with Bluetooth device again.
You can try to connect your iPhone X with another Bluetooth device to see if it works. This can ensure your Bluetooth accessory is not the problem.
You can restore your iPhone X with iTunes or iCloud backup to solve the issue of Bluetooth not working on iPhone X. Just refer to this article to get detailed steps to restore iPhone X with iTunes/iCloud backup.
Resetting the network settings may fix your problem of Bluetooth not working on iPhone X, but it will erase all your network settings including the Wi-Fi password. Settings > General > Reset > select Reset network settings > enter your passcode > tap Reset network settings.
If none of these tips is workable to fix the issue of Bluetooth not working on iPhone X, just take your iPhone X to an Apple store nearby. Then you’ll know any possible hardware problems.
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Abby Member of @PrimoSync team, an optimistic Apple user, willing to share solutions about iOS related problems.