How to remedy these 5 Android issues that a restart won't cure
PCWorld|September 2020
How to remedy these 5 Android issues that a restart won't cure
Fix what ails your phone.
MICHAEL SIMON

Just like your PC or Mac, a lot of what ails your Android phone can be fixed with a simple restart. Laggy navigation, crashing apps, and system quirks can be cleared easily that way. But some maladies need more than a restart. Here’s how to remedy those peskier problems.

1. BLUETOOTH DEVICES WON’T CONNECT

If you own an Android phone—especially a Pixel or a Galaxy—you’ve encountered this: The Bluetooth device that you were using yesterday won’t connect anymore. You could try toggling the Bluetooth switch, but even if that works it’ll likely be a temporary fix.

But other than waiting for the next Android update, there are a few things you can try to fix it. Of course, you could unpair the device from your phone in the Bluetooth settings and try to pair it again. If that doesn’t work, try resetting your network settings (inside System).

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September 2020