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How to Solve iPhone 8/8 Plus Bluetooth Connecting Problem

Sometimes your iPhone 8 Bluetooth failed on connection without reasons. This makes your inconvenience on using the Bluetooth earphone using or Bluetooth audio speakers. Here we bring up three ways on this problem, handy and easy. Hope this could be helpful when you face the iPhone 8 or 8 Plus Bluetooth connection issue.

1. Forget the device then connect again: Go Settings > Bluetooth > tap of “i” and find out the device you have connection issue > click on Forget this Device. Wait for 10 seconds then reconnect the device to check if it is connected well.

2. The first way is useful for most times, if it doesn’t work for you, try going to Settings > General > Reset > Reset Network Settings. Now you can reconnect the device again.

3. Factory reset your device. Go Settings > General > Reset > Reset All Settings. This operation will clear all the settings before including the Wifi password.

​These solutions are effective under the precondition of your mobile device is good without damaged. If your iPhone 8 is broken which cause the Bluetooth issue, we suggest you go to the repair shop. Besides, you may need to know some iPhone 8 replacement parts and market prices as well. Etrade Supply has high-quality iPhone parts for wholesale, please go to our online store or contact us if you need to replace your iPhone parts.

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