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Most Samsung Galaxy S7 users are facing a reoccurring issue that their phone doesn’t remain connected to Toyota’s Bluetooth. The signals suddenly drop after two to four minutes. Bluetooth issue is very annoying for owner of the device. Below are some solutions to fix Samsung Galaxy S7 incompatibility with Toyota Bluetooth.

Fix Samsung Galaxy S7 incompatibility with Toyota Bluetooth

Toggle Off & On Bluetooth

The simplest way to fix Samsung Galaxy S7 incompatibility with Toyota Bluetooth is to toggle off and on the Bluetooth switch in your device’s Settings.

Restart Phone

Try to restart the device. To restart your phone, press and hold the power button; then from the menu displayed select ‘Restart’.

Forget Saved Devices

Another solution that Samsung suggests to fix Samsung Galaxy S7 incompatibility with Toyota Bluetooth is to place your phone on airplane mode for three minutes and then disable it. Next, forget all the saved connections and then enable them again and make sure your phone is in sync mode when you are trying to pair it. Go to Settings then Bluetooth, it will display list of all paired Bluetooth devices. One by one tap on Forget button to delete them and restart the device.

Latest Software

Check that the Toyota’s Bluetooth software is up-to-date and go through its manual for additional information.

Clear Bluetooth Cache

The most efficient solution to fix Samsung Galaxy S7 incompatibility with Toyota Bluetooth is to clear all the data and cache of Bluetooth of your device. Go to Settings then Application Manager then swipe left or right to display all tabs and select Bluetooth. Next, tap on Force Select and then tap on Clear Cache and Data. Finally, tap OK to confirm and restart your phone.

Clear System Cache

You can try to clear up the system cache which stores temporary system data as sometimes it gets cluttered; this is different from clearing individual app caches and wouldn’t cause any personal data loss. For clearing up system cache, turn off the phone and press and hold the following three buttons simultaneously: volume up key, home key and power key. When the phone vibrates, let go the power key only. Then, when Android system recovery screen appears, let go volume up and home key too. Now press the volume down key to highlight ‘wipe cache partition’ and press power key to select it. Now, ‘reboot system now’ is highlighted, press power key to select it and restart the phone to fix Samsung Galaxy S7 incompatibility with Toyota Bluetooth.

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