Google Pixel 6 Pro Bluetooth Issue

The Google Pixel 6 Pro, a smartphone with a 6.7-inch display, is a real treat. It was released in a matter of minutes. It already has a large user base all over the globe, and there are many consumers waiting to get their hands on it. Despite all the improvements and new technologies that the Google Pixel 6 Pro has made, the first users still have some issues.

Causes to Bluetooth Connectivity Problem

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  • Out-of-sync- Bluetooth version.
  • Hardware incompatibility
  • Firmware bugs.
  • Signal interference

How to Fix Pixel 6 Pro Bluetooth Connectivity Problem?

Users report that their Google Pixel 6 Pro Bluetooth disconnects quickly and often. The problem does not cease to exist, no matter how many times they try to reconnect. Some users claim that their Bluetooth disconnects first and then reconnects in a matter of seconds. It reconnects automatically. We will guide you through the solution to this same problem. Fortunately, there are many. Continue reading for more information.

1: Look for incompatibility problem

Although this isn’t a solution, it will help you identify incompatibilities between your device and the computer. The Google Pixel 6 Pro Bluetooth, for example, has the most recent Bluetooth version. If you try to pair it with an older Bluetooth version, it may not work. Although newer versions can be used with older devices, there are some exceptions.

  1. Take a look at your Bluetooth device (with whom you want to connect Google Pixel 6 Pro).
  2. Check if you have any technical issues that could be causing the Bluetooth disconnect quickly issue.
  3. If so, the problem isn’t with your phone at all but with the device.

2: Forget all Bluetooth links

The issue could be resolved if you remove all Bluetooth pairings between your Google Pixel 6 Pro and other connected devices.

We have provided instructions on how to erase all Bluetooth connections from your Google Pixel 6 Pro device. Please refer to the manual for other devices paired with Google Pixel 6 Pro or contact the manufacturer/service provider.

  • Swipe up on your Google Pixel 6 Pro smartphone to view apps.
  • Now, tap on Settings->Connected Devices-> Bluetooth.
  • To unpair, each device, tap on the Options icon, then click on Forget.

3: Disable all possible sources of interference

Signal interference is one reason your Google Pixel 6 Pro device has Bluetooth connectivity issues. These are some sources of interference you should look at and disable.

  • Make sure that there is no Bluetooth active between the devices you want to connect. Disable it if there is.
  • Check if it works by turning off all electronic devices (featuring Bluetooth), laptops, mobiles, and smartwatches.
  • Check if it works by disabling Wi-Fi or USB 3.0.
  • Finally, ensure that your Google Pixel 6 Pro mobile device and any other devices you want to connect Bluetooth with are within a reasonable distance of each other without any physical interference. You may experience connectivity issues due to Bluetooth range distance.

4: Reset network settings

A few users who were affected reported that after they reset their Network Settings, the “Google Pixel 6 Pro Bluetooth Disconnecting Quickly” issue was resolved. It’s possible to do the same thing and see if it works.

Follow these steps to do so:

  • Swipe up on your Google Pixel 6 Pro smartphone to view apps.
  • Now, tap on Settings->System -> Reset.
  • Tap on Reset Wi-Fi, Mobile & Bluetooth/ Reset App Preference/ Erase all Data (factory reset) and then click on Setup. If asked, you can enter the password and PIN for your mobile phone.
  • To confirm, tap again on Reset Options.

5: Perform Hard Reset/ Factory Restore Settings.

Many users were able to overcome the Bluetooth connectivity problem by returning the Google Pixel 6 Pro back to its default position. The steps below will help you do the same.

Take a backup of all your data before you move forward. Remember that all data will be erased from your mobile’s memory during the Hard Reset/ Factory Reset process. This includes phone numbers, images, and audio files.

  • First, hold down the Power button and wait for a while before turning off your mobile.
  • Continue holding the Volume button down while simultaneously pressing the Power key for a few seconds until your device launches a new screen.
  • To navigate, use the Volume Key and then go to Recovery Mode. Next, press the Power key and select Recovery mode.
  • As the Android bot image appears, press and hold the Power key.
  • Next, press the Volume up button while simultaneously releasing the Power button.
  • Move to Wipe data/factory set (using Volume key) on the Android recovery screen. Click on Yes for confirmation.
  • Wait for the factory data reset to be completed.
  • Select the Boot System Now option.
  • Your Google Pixel 6 Pro is now reset.
  • Finally, test Bluetooth connectivity to see if it works.

These are the top five solutions to the “Google Pixel 6 Pro Bluetooth problem: Disconnecting Quickly” issue. We have tested them in real-time conditions before presenting them to them.

If these solutions do not work, you can always contact the Google Support team. You can also visit the Google Service Center (Find an authorized repair partner for your Pixel phone) in-person to have your phone checked. You should also ensure that the device with which you want to pair your phone is physically and technically stable. Bluetooth may sometimes disconnect from your Google Pixel 6 Pro quickly due to the other device. Please leave feedback or questions in the comment box below.