Bluetooth devices troubleshooting- IOS

If your iPhone won’t connect to Bluetooth car systems or accessories, here are some fixes you can try!

Whether it’s your brand new iPhone 6 or iPad Air or your trusty old iPhone 4s or iPad 2, there’s a lot you can do to troubleshoot before contacting us or going to Apple or the manufacturer. Sure, sometimes there’s an issue with your headset, speaker, or in-car infotainment system, but often enough it’s a software issue that a few simple steps can fix. If so, follow along and we’ll get you back up and connecting in no time!

  1. Forget the OLD

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2. Toggle Bluretooth On and Off

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3. Hard Reset

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4. Check if there is any updated version of the device software available( if applicable), sometimes after updating to the latest IOS, it stop working on previous version software.

5.  Try pairing with another device

If it works with other device, you will need to continue troubleshooting your device and please contact us at info@rclite.com for further troubleshooting.

6. Update your device

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7. Reset Network

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8. Contact Apple