Bluetooth is a wireless technology and using this technology; the user can exchange data between fixed and mobile devices over short distances. Bluetooth technology works based on short-wavelength UHF radio waves in the industrial, scientific, and medical radio bands, from 2.402 to 2.480 GHz, and building personal area networks (PANs). Bluetooth technology is very popular among smartphone users as they use Bluetooth to transfer data to other devices.
However, sometimes smartphone users face a problem like, “unfortunately, Bluetooth share has stopped.” This is a very annoying problem, and there are many reasons for this problem as well as there are many solutions available for this problem. In this article, our experts have discussed how you can. Read the article and solve your problem by following our step-by-step guide.
Why “Bluetooth Share Has Stopped” Problem Occurs
There are many reasons this problem occurs. Let’s take a look at them:
1. Software problem: Most of the time, this problem happens because of a software issue. Sometimes the device OS doesn’t supports or follows the command or fails to read the instructions and show the problem.
2. Hardware issues: This is a very common issue for the Bluetooth problem. If your device’s software is fine and updated with the latest version, then it could be the hardware of the phone.
3. Cache files: When there are lots of cache files stored on the smartphone you may face Bluetooth issues on your phone.
4. Damage files: When system files are overwritten with third-party apps this problem can occur
5. Insufficient Storage: If your phone doesn’t have sufficient storage space then this problem can occur
How To Fix “Bluetooth Share Has Stopped” Problem
Now we are in the business part of this article- the solutions to this problem. Each of these solutions is properly checked by our experts. So follow the steps accordingly and solve this annoying problem.
Method 1: Restart Your Phone
1. First, press and hold the Power button for a few seconds
2. You will get a “Phone options screen.”
3. Now, choose “Restart Phone.”
4. After selecting, press ‘OK’ to confirm it
5. Once the phone turns on, check if the problem is resolved or not
Method 2: Clear Cache Of Bluetooth app
1. First, go to Settings and then on Apps
2. Now, select all app section
3. Now select the Bluetooth app
4. Click the App, and you will get options like Clear Cache and Clear Data
5. Click on it and clear the Cache and Data
6. Now restart the phone and check if the problem is solved or not
Method 3: Update Your Device OS
1. First, go to Settings of your phone
2. Then move to the “About” section and click on it
3. Here you have to press on System Update and check if any update is available
4. If there is an update available, then update your phone’s OS
5. Now check the Bluetooth app and see if it’s working or not
Method 4: Reboot In Safe Mode
1. First, press and hold the Power button and wait a few moments to get the Reboot option
2. Now press the Volume down button at the time of rebooting
3. While rebooting, all the default apps and services will load
4. When the device is in safe mode, try to fix the Bluetooth issue
Method 5: Delete Cache Partition
1. First, switch off your smartphone
2. Now press and hold Power + Volume Up + Home buttons together
3. When the phone vibrates, leave the Power button but continue pressing the Volume Up + Home button
4. Now the Android recovery screen occurs
5. Now select the “Wipe Cache Partition” option using the Volume Down button
6. Now to confirm press the Power button
7. Wait for some time until the process is finished
8. Now you will get the “Reboot System Now” option
9. Now select using the Volume Up/Down button
10. Finally, press the Power button to confirm
11. Your device will reboot automatically
Method 6: Reset The Bluetooth App
1. First, go to the setting option of your mobile
2. Then go to the Application Manager
3. Now select Bluetooth
4. Finally, reseat the App
Method 7: Wipe Data/Factory Reset
1. First, switch off the Android phone
2. Now press the Power + Volume Up + Volume Down button together
3. Now you will enter Recovery Mode
4. Select “Wipe data/Factory reset” using Volume down keys
5. Now confirm the selection, and the process will start
6. Finally, reboot your device and the problem will be solved
I hope this article helps you solve the “Bluetooth share has stopped” problem. If you are still facing the problem, then it is time you go to any professional mobile repair technician. Feel free to share the article with your friends and family.
Short Answer- The main reason for Bluetooth keeps stopping on android phones is that there might be an issue with the internal hardware.
Short Answer- Bluetooth Share does what its name says. It sends files wirelessly using Bluetooth. Try it out by going to a picture (or file), select Share, Bluetooth, and your recipient Bluetooth device.
Short Answer- IP Address is unavailable because you’re not connected to a network and Bluetooth because BlueTooth isn’t enabled.
Short Answer- Clearing the Bluetooth cache will cause the Bluetooth configuration settings for all your Bluetooth devices to be lost.
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