Many iPhone X users have a complaint that their iPhone X Bluetooth won’t turn on. It keeps on searching for devices. Here I am going to tell you the solutions for this problem. If you have the same problem this article will help you to fix it.
Solution 1: Check your Bluetooth accessory
Restart your Bluetooth Accessory. Make sure that your bluetooth accessory is charged.
When you pair your iPhone with the other bluetooth-enabled device for the first time, it will take some time to connect. so wait for 10 minutes.
This problem may occur after updating your device. So wait for a week and check.
Solution 2: Restart your device
- Press and hold the Side Button and either Volume Up/Down Button until the slider to power off screen appears (or) Launch Settings->General->Shut Down.
- Drag the slider to turn off your device.
- To turn on your device, press and hold the Side Button until the Apple Logo appears.
Solution 3: Refresh Bluetooth
- Open Settings->Bluetooth.
- Turn Off Bluetooth.
- Wait for few seconds and then turn it on.
You can do it through Control Center.
Solution 4: Refresh Airplane Mode
- Launch Settings.
- Turn on Airplane Mode. Wait for few seconds and then turn it off.
Solution 5: Hard Reset (Force Restart)
- Press Volume Up button and quickly release it. And then press Volume Down button and quickly release it.
- At last, press and hold the Side Button (Wake/Sleep) until the Apple logo appears.
Solution 6: Forget Bluetooth Device
- Launch Settings->Bluetooth.
- Make sure that Bluetooth is turned on.
- Click the info symbol (i) near to the Bluetooth device name that you want to pair with.
- Tap “Forget this Device”.
- Tap “Forget Device”.
- Then again repair your iPhone with the same device.
SEE ALSO: iPhone X Slow Wi-Fi
Solution 7: Reset All settings
- Go to Settings->General->Reset.
- Tap “Reset All Settings”.
- Enter the passcode and then tap “Reset All Settings” in the pop-up box.
Note: When you Reset All Settings, your iPhone will remove all Bluetooth pairing details, saved Wi-Fi Networks & passwords, and APN & VPN settings.
- Make sure that you have updated your iPhone to the latest version of iOS.
- Check Apple warranty status. If your iPhone covers warranty, take it to the Apple Service Center.
If you know any other Solutions to fix this issue, let us know through your comments.