Why Does Your Bluetooth Keeps Stopping?

Bluetooth Keeps Stopping

Bluetooth is an important technology to be aware of because it is everywhere. This allows you to transfer data from one device to another wirelessly, so make sure your Bluetooth is enabled on all your devices! But sometimes Bluetooth stops your smartphones randomly or due to some technical issues. In this case, you can get the “Unfortunately, Bluetooth has stopped” error message on your Android device. Or getting an “Unfortunately, Bluetooth sharing has stopped” error message on your Android?

In this post, I am going to share some effective solutions that will surely help you to fix ‘Unfortunately, Bluetooth has stopped’ and ‘Unfortunately, Bluetooth has stopped’ working on Android devices and tablets. Follow the solutions one by one and check if your issue is resolved. which can be fixed by following below mentioned methods.

1. Restart Your Device:

Restart Your Device


In some cases, we found that many users do not switch off, reboot or restart their phones for long periods of time. So, if you are also one of those who don’t turn off the Bluetooth device silently for a long time, switch off your Smartphones and then turn it back on or reboot or restart your Android device. This solution has solved the problem of many users and I hope it solved your problem too.

2. Factory Reset:

Factory Reset

You need to enter recovery mode on your phone and then perform the wipe data/factory reset process.

I suggest this solution last because when you wipe data/factory reset your device it will delete all data saved on your phone. Therefore, you should first back up your Android data to your PC and then follow the steps below.

  • Turn off your Android phone
  • .Now press the following key combination “Power Button + Volume Up Button + Volume Down Button” to enter recovery mode. This is a simple key combination, but you should check the correct key combination for your device model online.
  • Once you enter the recovery mode, select the factory reset option and perform the process. You can use the Volume Down button to scroll down the menu option and the Power button to select the option.
  • Once, the wipe data/factory reset process is done, select the “Reboot system now” option and let your device start in normal mode.


3. Delete the devices:

Delete the devices

This is another solution to the Bluetooth share-stopped error.

  • Try pairing the Bluetooth devices with any other third-party phone.
  • Even if you’ve tried pairing Bluetooth and it doesn’t work with any third-party phone, the problem might be with Bluetooth, not your phone.
  • If Bluetooth is successfully paired with any third-party phone, the problem can be isolated to your phone.
  • You need to unpair all devices from the Bluetooth setting.
  • Tap on Phone Settings.
  • Now tap on Bluetooth.
  • Now you need to remove or unpair devices from the list.


4. Safe Mode:

Safe Mode

In this method, unfortunately, you have to go to safe mode to fix the Bluetooth error. Below I am going to display some methods to go to safe mode. It may differ from device to device.

  • First, you need to press and hold the Power button twice.
  • Then a pop-up will appear on the screen.
  • Press OK to reboot.
  • Now press and hold the Volume Down key while the phone is rebooting.
  • After that, safe mode will appear on your mobile and it will only show you the default application and services.
  • Let’s try to pair the Bluetooth device in safe mode.


5. Check for system updates:

Check for system updates

  • You need to make sure that your Android version and software are up to date
  • .Tap on the Settings gear icon.
  • Scroll down and tap on Software Update.
  • Tap System Updates or download updates manually.
  • Now check if there are any updates available to download to update your system.

6. Clear data and cache from the Bluetooth app:
Clear data and cache from the Bluetooth app

  • Tap on the Settings gear icon.
  • Let’s tap on Apps.
  • Swipe right to the All Apps section on the Applications screen.
  • Scroll down and tap on the Bluetooth option.
  • Now tap on the Clear Data button to clear all application data in it.
  • Reboot your Android device.


7. Restart the Bluetooth Connection:

Restart the Bluetooth Connection

Restart the Bluetooth connection by turning it off and on again; This should work in most cases. If not, try one of these other fixes for your device. If this does not fix the “ Bluetooth keep stopping” problem, try the step once again.


Well, Android devices face various problems or errors but there is no need to worry as there is a solution for every problem. In this article, I have differed the best 7 steps to solve Bluetooth keeps stopping” on Android phones. I hope any solutions I have given will help you to get rid of the problem quickly. For a simple and quick solution. Also, if you have any queries or any advice, mention them in the comment section below.

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