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Fix: After Android 12 Update, Bluetooth Issue on Pixel Device

Google Pixel was doing well around its customer base, though things changed a little bit after the Android 12 update. As per the Pixel device users, once they installed the Android 12 update, they began experiencing Bluetooth issues on their pixel device.

However, there’s nothing to worry about; as a simple workaround, you can quickly get done with the same. Apart from that, we have also compiled a list of solutions that resolves the issue by focusing upon a different set of circumstances. With that said, let’s get into the guide.

Fix Bluetooth Issue After the Android 12 Update

Fix: After Android 12 Update, Bluetooth Issue on Pixel Device

  • Firstly, Turn Off and then Turn On your Bluetooth device.
  • Now confirm that your devices are paired and connected via Bluetooth.
  • At last, restart your Pixel device and check whether the Bluetooth issue got resolved or not.

If this basic workaround does not work for you, then here are some troubleshoots that resolve the issue by focusing on problem type. Have a look:

When you can’t pair Bluetooth with a car:

1st Step: Clear all devices from your Phone’s memory,

For doing so,

  • Go to your Phone’s Setting and then tap on Connected devices -> Previously connected devices. For the users who don’t see the option Previously connected devices, instead tap on Bluetooth.
  • If you have previously paired phone and car, next to your Car’s name, tap on Settings -> Forget -> Forget Device.
  • If you see devices that are not currently in use, besides each device, tap Settings, then Forget->Forget Device.

2nd Step: Now clear all the phones from your Car’s memory,

For doing so,

Consider following your Car’s manual. Make sure you clear all the phones from your Car’s memory that you are not using.

3rd Step: Now refresh the device list and then pair, 

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For doing so,

  • For pairing from your Phone:
  • Make sure your Car is discoverable and ready to pair.
  • Now navigate to your Phone’s setting and here tap on Connected devices -> Pair new device, tap on your Car’s name. In between, if you see the Bluetooth option, tap on it as well.

For pairing from your Car:

  • Navigate to your Phone’s setting, and here tap on Connected devices -> Bluetooth (If only you find it)
  • Keep the following screen open but at the same time navigate to your Car’s list of devices and here tap on your Phone’s name.
  • Here you may be asked to match the PINs shown on your Phone and Car’s screens. Do the same.
  • Lastly, tap on Allow access to your contacts and call history -> Pair/ Confirm/ Accept. 

When you can’t hear music with Bluetooth:

On the accessory/car and phone you are using, make sure the volume is Up. At the same time, make sure that any other device paired with your Phone isn’t playing any audio or music.

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  • Further, check that the Media audio is turned on. For doing the same,
  • Navigate to your Phone’s setting, and here tap on Connected devices -> Bluetooth (If only you find)-> Previously connected devices.
  • Further, besides your car or accessories name, tap on Settings and then Turn on Media Audio. 

Note: Remember, not all Cars are designed to play audio with Bluetooth. If the problem is related to a car, check the car’s manual.

When you can’t pair Bluetooth with any accessories:

With Wear OS,

  • Here ensure both your Phone and watch are Powered On, not in Airplane mode, and close enough to each other.

Or if the watch keeps disconnecting from your Phone,

  • Make sure its Bluetooth connection is Turned On.
  • Make sure neither the watch nor the Phone is on Airplane mode.
  • Make sure both the app and your Device is updated with all the latest available version.
  • Restart both your Phone and watch.

When you can’t make or receive calls via Bluetooth:

Before starting with the steps, make sure other devices paired with your Phone are not receiving your calls.

  • Now for turning On your Phone’s audio,
  • Navigate to your Phone’s setting, and here tap on Connected devices -> Bluetooth (If only you find) -> Previously connected devices.
  • Further, besides your car or accessories name, tap on Settings and then Turn on Phone Audio.

Note: Not all cars are designed to make and receive calls with Bluetooth. If the problem is related to a car, check the car’s manual.

With the above steps, the Bluetooth issue on Pixel Device will resolve for you in no time. Considering the steps are basic and simple, every user can get easily done with the same. If you have any queries or feedback, please write down the comment in the below comment box.

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