iPhone not connecting to Bluetooth
It's amazing how many problems can be solved simply by turning things off and then back on again.
- Swipe up from the bottom edge of the screen (iPhones with Touch ID) or the top-right corner (iPhones with Face ID) to bring up Control Center.
- Tap the Bluetooth button to turn BT off.
- Tap the Bluetooth button again to turn BT back on.
Alternatively, you can perform the same steps but tap the Airplane Mode button to toggle Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, and cellular all off and then back on again.
If it's not the radio, something might have gone wrong with the setup. Forgetting the device lets you redo that.
- Open Settings on your iPhone or iPad.
- Tap on Bluetooth.
- Tap on the Info(i) button next to the device you want to forget.
- Tap on Forget This Device at the top.
- Tap Forget Device to confirm.
Once you've forgotten the device, follow the directions for your Bluetooth device and reconnect to it. If it works, fantastic. If it doesn't, keep going.
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