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Bluetooth pairing problem

  1. chriskoups Froyo Jul 14, 2017

    chriskoups, Jul 14, 2017 :
    I updated lately to the latest update 4.5.5.

    From that update i cannot pair new Bluetooth devices. I get a message that the PIN or passcode is not the same. For devices that I already had pair, the connection is ok (some small drops but ok).

    I try to connect 3 different devices without any success. Devices that on the 4.5.4 (Netherlands update) where successful newly done.

    Any suggestions? Anyone else with the same problem???
     

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  2. meatandy Nougat Jul 17, 2017

    meatandy, Jul 17, 2017 :
    Have you tried to delete the current connection and RE-connect since your update?
     

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  3. chriskoups Froyo Jul 17, 2017

    chriskoups, Jul 17, 2017 :
    yeah... I deleted all my connections by accident.... that's why I have the problem now... before i delete them they were working fine but now i cannot connect them back...
     

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  4. erk Froyo Jul 17, 2017

    erk, Jul 17, 2017 :
    Did you tried: Backup & reset -> Network setting reset ?
     

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  5. chriskoups Froyo Jul 17, 2017

    chriskoups, Jul 17, 2017 :
    yeah..... I connected them by killing all Bluetooth services and try to connect.... Do it multiple times though :D
     

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  6. erk Froyo Jul 17, 2017

    erk, Jul 17, 2017 :
    I don't get your statement... you reset all your network settings or you just went into Bluetooth settings picked a device and clicked on "forget"?
     

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  7. chriskoups Froyo Jul 17, 2017

    chriskoups, Jul 17, 2017 :
    both... first i click forgot and then i was not able to connect... then i reset the network settings (which btw had nothing to do with bleutooth) and then play around with services... I found that Oneplus use more services than my Nexus sto I stop few of them... then try again, nothing happened... then stop more services (plus the ones from before because they auto open) and try again faster.... repeat 2-3 times and now are connected....
     

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  8. erk Froyo Jul 17, 2017

    erk, Jul 17, 2017 :
    No more issues then? everything is connected and works properly?
    Network settings btw.
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  9. chriskoups Froyo Jul 17, 2017

    chriskoups, Jul 17, 2017 :
    yeah... except that if i want to connect a new device i have to jump to services and stop them again and be fast.... xD

    what is doing their is nothing else that "forgot device" "reset name of the device"
     

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  12. endyprekpalaj Cupcake Dec 11, 2017

    endyprekpalaj, Dec 11, 2017 :
    Which services did you stop? I have the same problem.
     

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  13. chriskoups Froyo Dec 11, 2017

    chriskoups, Dec 11, 2017 :
    hello.
    I don't really remember. i had a really cheap smartwatch that the app was creating services... i just found bleutooth services and disable/reset one by one until i found the problematic one
     

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  14. endyprekpalaj Cupcake Jan 10, 2018

    endyprekpalaj, Jan 10, 2018 :


    chriskoups

    hello.
    I don't really remember. i had a really cheap smartwatch that the app was creating services... i just found bleutooth services and disable/reset one by one until i found the problematic one​


    Yeah, so I found solution for my problem.

    1. Turn off WIFI/Data and location and also bluetooth.
    2. Turn off then turn on the phone. (not the same as restart)
    3. Clear bluetooth cache.
    4. Turn on bluetooth on your device.
    5. Turn on bluetooth on your mobile phone.

    Hope it will be helpful to someone!
     

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