Bluetooth Pairing On iPhone X

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    Bluetooth Pairing On iPhone X

    Most of the time, the iPhone X users are having a hard time pairing Bluetooth. Bluetooth is most used for passing photos or videos to another phone. It is also used to connect with a car for music and some Bluetooth devices such as headphones. The guide below will show you how to solve the issue with Bluetooth pairing of your iPhone X.
    Bluetooth Pairing On iPhone X
    Problems with the Apple iPhone X Bluetooth is hard to determine especially Apple did not publish or declare a software and hardware bug report for Bluetooth. This issue has no certain solution but we have some possible ways that could solve the iPhone X Bluetooth problems.

    iPhone X Bluetooth Pairing

    Clearing the Bluetooth data cache of the iPhone X is the first solution we will give you for fixing the Bluetooth issue. Cache data stores temporary data for fast switching between the apps and because of this, Bluetooth pairing problems are found commonly when pairing your iPhone X with the car’s Bluetooth device. It is important to take note on wiping the Bluetooth cache and try reconnecting again. Check on this clear the cache  guide.

    How to fix Bluetooth issues iPhone X

    To fix the Bluetooth issue, select the Settings from the home screen, then tap on General > Storage & iCloud Usage. Click on the Manage Storage > Documents and Data, then slide all the unwanted items to the left to delete it. Once you’re done with all the process said, click on Edit and tap Delete All. This will remove all the apps’ data.

    How to fix Bluetooth issues iPhone X

    If the procedures above still don’t work, put the iPhone X  into  recovery mode  and  wipe cache partition . Once you put the phone on recovery mode and you have wiped the cache partition, try connecting the iPhone X again with the Bluetooth device in range. The Bluetooth pairing issue is now solved!