How To Fix Google Pixel 7/7 Pro Bluetooth Issue

Google Pixel 7/7 Pro is a powerful device. Though it comes with a more advanced camera and powerful processing capabilities, it is still not bug-free. Several users have reported that the Bluetooth connection keeps disconnecting on Pixel 7/7 Pro.

If you are also facing this same issue, this article will provide some solutions to fix Bluetooth that keeps disconnecting on Pixel 7/7 Pro.

Keep reading to learn the solutions.

Tips to Fix Google Pixel 7/7 Pro Bluetooth Issue

1. Ensure Bluetooth is turned On

This is the most basic of all troubleshooting steps. You need to enable Bluetooth on your device. Bluetooth may be turned off accidentally.

Just to ensure that’s not the case, pull down the notification center by swiping from the top of the screen and then tapping on the Bluetooth bubble to turn it on!

Once you turn on the Bluetooth, check whether it disconnects again or not.

2. Restart your phone

Software glitches can be one of the many reasons for the Bluetooth disconnecting frequently. A quick restart of your Pixel 7/7 Pro can remove those glitches and resolve the issue. Here are the steps that you must follow to restart your phone:

  • Press and hold the power button and the volume up button together to pull up the power menu.
  • Now tap on the restart option in the popup menu to restart your phone.

Once the phone restarts, make sure that check your Bluetooth connection again.

3. Clear Bluetooth Cache

Cache files are important, and they help apps to perform faster. However, these cache files can become corrupt and create a whole range of issues. If your Bluetooth app’s cache is corrupted, or if it has become too large, your Bluetooth connection can keep dropping.

Clearing the Bluetooth cache can resolve the issue. Here are the steps you must follow to clear Bluetooth cache in Pixel 7/7 Pro:

  • Go to Settings app
  • Scroll down to find Apps and tap on it.
  • Then, tap on All Apps.
  • On the top right of the next screen, tap on the three vertical dots.
  • Then tap on Show System
  • Now scroll down to find Bluetooth and tap on it.
  • On the next screen, tap on Storage & Cache and then tap on Clear Cache.

Once the cache files are cleared, restart or reboot your phone using the method above and then check your Bluetooth connectivity.

4. Repair bluetooth devices

Sometimes existing paired bluetooth devices may cause conflicts and prevent from pairing another bluetooth device.

Try unpairing all connected or saved devices from your phone and then try pairing them again. This will allow your phone to initiate fresh connection and can help resolve the pairing problem.

Here’s how to disconnect existing bluetooth devices:
  • Go to Settings
  • Tap on Connected devices
  • Tap on See all to view all saved devices
  • Tap the Gear settings icon next to each device and then tap Forget
  • Next tap Forget device on the bottom right corner to remove the device.
  • Repeat to remove other paired devices.

Once you’ve removed all devices, try pairing your Bluetooth device again by tapping the Pair new device option and adding the device. Once, you have done that, see if Bluetooth works. If it doesn’t, try the next solution.

5. Reset Network Settings

Often, misconfigured network settings can cause Bluetooth and Wi-Fi connectivity issues. Resetting the network settings of your Pixel 7/7 Pro can help to resolve the issue. Here are the steps that you need to follow:

  • Go to and Settings app
  • Scroll down and then tap on System
  • On the next screen, tap on Reset Options.
  • On the following screen, tap on Reset Wi-Fi, Mobile, & Bluetooth.

Remember that once you perform a reset of your phone’s network settings, all saved network configurations, Wi-Fi passwords, and Bluetooth pairings will be lost. You need to reconfigure everything.

Once the reset is complete, reconfigure your Bluetooth and pair it with the device with which you want to use it. Now test your Bluetooth connection.

6. Run a Software Update

Running a software update, if available, can fix bugs. If the Bluetooth connection issue is caused by any bug in the software, a software update will help to fix that.

Here is how you run a software update on your Google Pixel 7/7 Pro:

  • Go to the Settings app.
  • Find and tap on System.
  • On the next screen tap on System Update.
  • If updates are available, your device will show that.
  • Download and install the update.

Once the update is over, check your Bluetooth connection. If it doesn’t work, try the next solution.

7. Perform a Factory Reset

Remember that performing a factory reset must be your last option. When you perform a factory reset, all data on your phone will be wiped out. It is important that you backup your important files and all contacts before performing a factory reset.

Once you have the backup, here are the steps you must follow:

  • Go to Settings » System » Reset Options » Erase All Data (Factory Reset).
  • Scroll all the way down to the bottom to see an Erase all data button and tap on it to clear all your data and restore your Google Pixel 7/7 Pro to factory settings.

Once you perform the factory reset, test your Bluetooth connection before installing other apps or retrieving the backup.