Monday, April 20, 2015

How to restore the normal operation of the Bluetooth in iOS 8.3 for iPhone and iPad

Some users iOS 8.3 dissatisfied with Bluetooth. Problems arise with the connection to the road system, as well as wireless headphones and speakers. At the same time, some users report that the gadgets work, but with errors.

In some cases, the iPhone without problems play music through your car audio system, but can not make or receive calls. How to solve the problem?

1. Disable Bluetooth on and make a reboot

The easiest way to solve the problem - disable Bluetooth and restart the gadget. To do this, go to "Settings"> «Bluetooth» and turn off the option of the same name. Now press the Home button and the Power at the same time to turn off the device. Wait until the Apple logo appears on the screen. After loading the gadget activate Bluetooth.
Most likely, it will restore the stable operation of Bluetooth.

2. Break couple

If the previous method does not produce the desired results, you need to disable Bluetooth-receiver. To do this, go to "Settings»> «Bluetooth» and find the device with which any problems. Now touch the «i» next to the name of the gadget. In this section, click "Forget this device" .Podtverdite action. Now you need to reconfigure a pair with the device.
If this method does not work, move on to the next step.

3. Reset Network Settings

The next step - to reset the network settings. In most cases, it solves problems with Bluetooth-connection. In order to "reset" the network settings, go to the menu "Settings"> "General"> "Reset" and click "Reset Network Settings". Now confirm the action - to reset all the network settings. Wait for reboot and try again to connect via Bluetooth.
4. Re restore device
If you reset the network settings did not help, you need to perform the operation for the return of the iPhone and iPad to its original state - reset the operating system. To clean the mobile device can be through iTunes or by means of the operating system itself. In the latter case, you must go to Settings -> General -> Reset. There are different options available to "reset" the system. More information can be found here .

5. downgrade iOS 8.2

If the problem persists, you can try to roll back to a previous version of the operating system.Apple has traditionally leaves briefly after the release of such a possibility. For information on how to do this, refer to our instructions here .

6. Repair

If none of the above solutions work, probably it is a hardware failure. Most likely, the problem with the module itself Bluetooth. To determine the specific problem, you must apply to the representatives of Apple for support and maintenance or the nearest service center, where specialists will perform diagnostics and repair of the machine.