Sprint Galaxy Victory 4G LTE Bluetooth Connectivity Problems
In this section, we will address Bluetooth-related problems. The problems covered by this section include pairing issues, connecting to Bluetooth device issue, and Bluetooth device recognition issue. There could be other issues not mentioned that could be fixed by the troubleshooting procedures we present below. So, you are currently having problems with your Samsung Galaxy Victory 4G LTE, then try one of the procedures.
If you’re planning to buy any Bluetooth device like headphones or headsets, you should check its compatibility to ensure it would work with your phone. You can refer to the manual to do that. Here are of Bluetooth technologies supported by Victory 4G LTE:
- Bluetooth v4.0 with A2DP
If your desired device doesn’t list any of these, then don’t buy it. Odds are it wouldn’t work and you’ll just waste your money and time troubleshooting later.
Power on devices
Just in case your phone does not detect your new Bluetooth device, do the following:
- Check if the Bluetooth function in your device is turned on.
- From the Home screen of your phone, tap and drag down the notification bar.
- The second button from the left is the Bluetooth button, if it’s greyed out, it’s not enabled. Tap the icon to turn it on.
- Tap on Bluetooth Available. You should be seeing a list or just the device you’re trying to connect with your phone.
- Pair with the device and see if they could both establish a good connection. This process works 95% of the time.
- If the connection fails, try to unpair and attempt to pair again.
- If it fails the second time, try to reboot your device.
To solve any Bluetooth problems, the solution revolves around toggling the Bluetooth button on and off to detect devices. Pairing and un-pairing and re-pairing will refresh the connection that’s why pairing for the second time often works.