my Samsung Galaxy A7 (2018) bluetooth can not connect anymore or just for 10 seconds to my car ("HFP connection lost, Blutooth Audio connection lost") than dropps the connection again and again after the latest software update (A750FNXXU3BSKB). There was no any bluetooth connection issue with the previous version. Nor all of the listed trouble shooting steps nor finally the factory reset could not solve the problem. Can anyone help, please?
I still have the same bluetooth connectivity issues when trying to connect my Galaxy A40 to my car. This is due to a bug in Samsung's software update released in the UK earlier this year. I have contacted Samsung technical staff who refuse to acknowledge that there is an issue. Many other Samsung owners are reporting the same issue. I urge you to contact Samsung and tell them if you are having the same problem. Hopefully, if enough of us complain, Samsung will finally fix this issue. Regards to all. Stay safe.
WillyGraham try making a clear Bluetooth cache and disconnect the device from your car and reconnect it. Yesterday that I tried -and it worked after the latest update-, I reconnected to my device.
Thanks Elenasim. I have not received a software update since the one that caused the problem. Hopefully, the update will be available for my phone/country soon. Thanks again for replying.
Hello, could you write here the id no. of the last update (security level, region, provider name) what you have installed and seems to works, please? Thx.