iPhone Bluetooth not working

Solutions for iPhone Bluetooth not working on iOS 13

If you are connecting your iPhone to Bluetooth and Bluetooth is not working or not connecting then you can try these simple steps to fix iPhone Bluetooth not connecting or not working by refreshing Bluetooth, checking settings of Bluetooth which is preventing to pair your device to iPhone, force restart, forget Bluetooth and reconnect, reset network settings, reset all settings, update your iPhone and factory reset your iPhone to fix Bluetooth not working on iOS 13.

How to fix iPhone Bluetooth not working on iOS 13

Solution 1 : Refresh Bluetooth

  1. Launch settings app on your iPhone.
  2. Tap ‘ Bluetooth’.
  3. Turn off ‘ Bluetooth’ .
  4. Restart your iPhone and Bluetooth device.
  5. Then turn on ‘ Bluetooth’ .

Solution 2 : Check your Bluetooth Settings / iPhone settings to fix Bluetooth not working on iPhone

Make sure that your iPhone is not far away from the Bluetooth device and both are close to each other.

  1. Make sure that your Bluetooth device is charged and turned on.

Solution 3 : Force Restart your iPhone ( Bluetooth not working or not connecting)

iPhone 8 and later :

  1. Press the volume up button and release it.
  2. Press the volume down button and release it.
  3. Hold down the side button until the apple logo appears.

iPhone 7 and 7 plus :

Hold down the side button and volume down button simultaneously until the apple logo appears.

iPhone 6s and later :

Hold down the home button and side button simultaneously until the apple logo appears.

Solution 4 : Forget Bluetooth Device

  1. Launch settings app on your iPhone.
  2. Tap Bluetooth.
  3. Tap (i) info symbol next to Bluetooth device that you want to forget .
  4. Tap ‘ forget this device’.
  5. Select ‘ forget device’ in the pop – up box to conform .
  6. Likewise, forget all Bluetooth device.
  7. Then repair the Bluetooth device with your iPhone.

Solution 5 : Reset Network Settings

  1. Launch settings.
  2. Scroll down to general and tap it.
  3. Scroll down to ‘ reset’ and tap it.
  4. Tap reset network settings.
  5. Enter your passcode.
  6. Select reset network settings to conform.
  7.  Wait Until the process is finished.
  8. Then turn on ‘ Bluetooth’ and check whether it is working or not.

Solution 6 : Reset All Settings on Your iPhone

  1. Launch settings app on your iPhone.
  2. Scroll down to general and tap it.
  3. Scroll down to ‘ reset’ and tap it.
  4. Tap reset all settings.
  5. Enter your passcode and screen time passcode.
  6. Select reset all settings in the pop – up box.
  7. Again select reset all settings in the pop-up box to conform.
  8. Wait until your iPhone restarts.
  9. Now turn on ‘ Bluetooth’ and check whether it is working or not.

Solution 7 : Check for Software Update on iPhone

  1. Connect your iPhone to WIFI .
  2. Launch settings.
  3. Scroll down to general and tap it.
  4. Tap software update.
  5. Tap download and install if update is available.
  6. Wait until the downloading process is finished.
  7. Once the download finishes, tap ‘ install now’.

Solution 8 : Factory Reset

Factory data will erase all data from your iPhone. So, before doing it, make sure that you have a backup of your iPhone.

  1. Launch settings.
  2. Scroll down to general and tap it.
  3. Scroll down to ‘ reset’ and tap it.
  4. Tap ‘ erase all content and settings’ .
  5. Enter your apple ID password if asked.
  6. Select ‘ erase iPhone’ in the pop-up box .
  7. Again select ‘ erase iPhone ‘ to the pop – up box to  conform.
  8. Wait until your iPhone restarts and then set up your iPhone as new.

Conclusion:

By following 8 solutions explained above you can easily fix Bluetooth or Bluetooth not discovering devices or spinning wheel on iOS 13 or Bluetooth pairing problems on iPhone 12 or Bluetooth paired but not connected or any other Bluetooth not connecting issues on iPhone will be resolved.

iPhone 11 Bluetooth not discovering devices?

If you are having Bluetooth not discovering issues then you need to make sure that your Bluetooth is turned on and also make sure that discoverable device is nearby to your iPhone.

why is Bluetooth not finding devices?

This happens mostly because your iPhone is not in a range of your iPhone to discover and to fix Bluetooth not finding devices keep your device close to your pairing device ( in a range so that iPhone can discover).