How to Fix Bluetooth Not Working on iPhone SE: iOS 9.3

Last month launched Apple’s new iPhone SE has debated in Bluetooth Audio issue. While numerous iPhone SE owners says that the after upgrade iOS 9, they have trouble at time of pairing the phone with the bluetooth enabled device like headphone, Audio Speaker, Apple Car play etc. in short term, perhaps bluetooth not working on iPhone SE. Even, there is not to be problem in iPhone SE hardware. But sometimes an issue has occurred due to little glitch an iPhone software.

Current era, Bluetooth is a standard short rang wireless interconnection device for cellular phone, and Bluetooth enabled devices. Therefore, without Bluetooth or discoverable bluetooth device above half of device becomes dead. Since to get rid on an iPhone SE bluetooth issue, we offer here clear solution so follow carefully, we promise that this would be works definitely for you.

Note: If you’re new on iOS and want to transfer data with another iPhone, then you could not use Bluetooth, but you should use AirDrop (located on Control Center). Using AirDrop you can sharing media files, docs etc between iPhone, iPad, iPod and Mac OS.

Accurate Clues to Fix Bluetooth not working on iPhone SE: iOS 9.3

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We understand, while Bluetooth won’t work on iPhone, can’t listen audio music through wireless headset and so that compulsory required 3.5 mm jack wired Apple’s headphone. Let’s start bottom clues and get enjoy.

Fix 1: Try Twice Time to Turn On/Turn Off Bluetooth

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Settings app → Bluetooth → Turn Bluetooth ON

Now try to pairing between both built-in Bluetooth devices, if it undiscoverable, do turn off Bluetooth. Now keep continue to solution 2nd.

Fix 2. See on the Bluetooth Settings screen and erase that all devices

Settings app Bluetooth → under My Devices → Tap on (i) icon beside the device name → Tap Forget Device.

Now try to pair again. If you issue persists, go with below clue.

Fix 3: Reset Network Settings on iPhone SE

Note: Reset networking will delete all network settings, returning them to default factory defaults.

Steps – launch Settings App → GeneralResetReset networking → Enter your iPhone Passcode (if any) → Now Tap on Reset network Settings.

You’re done.

Hope, this would be your success. Please share your thought about which one clue has worked in your case I mean Bluetooth not working on iPhone SE.