How To Fix Google Pixel Android Oreo Bluetooth Issues?

Google has recently rolled out the stable version of new Android 8.0 Oreo for Pixel and Nexus device. But unfortunately, just a few days after rolling out the new Android Oreo updates have been created serious and annoying Bluetooth issues on the Google Pixel and Pixel XL devices.

Now the Google Pixel and Pixel XL owners have reported this Android Oreo Bluetooth issues on various online forums. The Bluetooth cutting the cutting out the music or audio every 5 to 20 seconds and it producing sounds like scratched-up CD and the Bluetooth is automatically turned off. So the Google Pixel Android Oreo Bluetooth issues are a little bit annoying for the users.

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Majority of users experiencing issues while connecting to Android Auto. The other issues are outgoing calls using the device speakers instead of the car, not displaying the media content, not playing audio properly, etc.

Well, the company already addressed on this issues and they asked the users to send in more feedback if they experiencing any issues. The company itself categorized Android 8.0 Oreo Bluetooth issues into three parts such as Car/ Auto, Headphones, and Bluetooth Speakers.

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However, now Google is working on this Google Pixel Android Oreo Bluetooth issues so there is no permanent solution available for it. So in this article, we will share some possible common solution for Bluetooth issues on Google Pixel and Pixel XL.

#1. Restart Your Google Pixel Or Pixel XL

A restart will solve the most complex problems of our device. If you are experiencing the same Bluetooth issue on your Pixel Or Pixel XL device, then we recommend you to go for a restart. Sometimes, it will resolve your issues. To do this, just press and hold the buttons for 10 seconds then your device will start to reboot. Now, check the issue is resolved or not.

#2. Clear Bluetooth app Cache

Clearing the Bluetooth app will resolve almost all the problems. The Cache memory stores the temporary data are of the paired device and it provides easier and faster switching between apps. So whenever you are experiencing Bluetooth connectivity issues then Clear Bluetooth app Cache.

To clearing the Bluetooth app Cache to follow the below steps;

  • Head to Settings option
  • Go to the Application manager
  • Find the option “All Tabs” by swiping either right or left
  • Tap on the Bluetooth app
  • Click to stop it forcefully
  • Now clear the cache of Bluetooth app
  • Press ok
  • Finally, Restart Your Google Pixel or Pixel device

#3. Configure or unpair a Bluetooth Device

  • Go to the Settings menu Settings
  •  Find the "Wireless & networks,"
  •  Click on Bluetooth
  • Turn on the Bluetooth
  • Now Select the Bluetooth device that you want to configure or unpair
  • Click the Settings icon beside the paired Bluetooth device to configure
  • Now a Screen will open and here you can configure device details, such as  name, unpair it, or select profiles
  • Once you have done this, then Touch the back button

#4. Pair with a Bluetooth device

  • Open Settings menu
  • Go to  "Wireless & networks,"
  •  Select Bluetooth.
  • Turn on Bluetooth and make sure your Bluetooth device is visible
  • If you are unable to find our device then touch the three dot Menu icon More and click on Refresh
  • Now hit on the name of your Bluetooth device that you want to pair
  • Finally, follow the instructions to complete the Bluetooth pairing

Well, if the pairing is successful, then your Bluetooth device will connect to the device.

#5. Reset The Bluetooth Connection In Car

Most of the Google pixel owners experiencing the Bluetooth connectivity issue in the car. So, we highly recommend you to check the connections in the car and reset it.

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These are the possible solutions to fix the Google Pixel Android Oreo Bluetooth issues. We hope these instructions solve the issue