Bluetooth setting returns to disabled after reboot
- Try rebooting your phone to give it a fresh start which is all you need to do oftentimes to deal with such issues.
- Try unpairing all your Bluetooth devices from the existing Bluetooth devices list and then connect your phone to your car through Bluetooth.
- Try rebooting your phone in safe mode and then connecting it to your car. Rebooting in safe mode disables any third-party apps and gives you access to only pre-installed apps on your phone. This is to test if one of the third-party apps is misbehaving and causing the Bluetooth connectivity issues.
- Try resetting the network settings on your device. To do so: Open your device's Settings > Under "Wireless & networks," tap on More > Tap Network settings reset > Tap reset settings. (Please note that this action will reset all network settings including Wi-Fi, Cellular and Bluetooth, which means you will need to re-enter the Wi-Fi credentials manually and re-pair all your Bluetooth devices.)
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