How do I Clear the Bluetooth Cache on Android

When you clear the Bluetooth Cache on Android phones, the phone’s performance can improve by freeing up storage space.  Specifically, clearing your Bluetooth App will, as you might expect, have the benefit of improving your Bluetooth experience.

If you find that your Bluetooth connection is dropping every few seconds or even every 15 minutes or so when using, for example, the CoolStream CarPro, then clearing your Bluetooth Cache is the answer.  Here’s how.

7 Steps to clearing the Bluetooth Cache on an Android phone.

  1. Go to Settings and select APPS.
  2. Show system apps – select this from the menu in the top right corner; you may need to swipe left, swipe right, or choose it.
  3. Select Bluetooth from the now more extensive list of APPS.
  4. Select Storage
  5. Tap Clear Cache
  6. Go back
  7. Restart your phone.

Screenshots for each step

 Go to Settings – Apps

Clear your cache step 1 go to settings and select APPS

Select Show system apps.

Step 2 is to show system apps from a small menu on your phone.

 

 

 

 

 

Select Bluetooth – Storage

Step 3 - select storage from the Bluetooth menu.

 

 

 

 

 

Tap on CLEAR CACHE 

Step 4 select storage and tap on Clear Cache.

 

 

 

 

 

Go back and restart your phone.

Do you have a question?

If you should have any questions about how to Clear the Bluetooth Cache or the differences when using an Android phone versus an iPhone with the CoolStream CarPro, please use this form to send us an email with your question. It helps to include the year, make, and model of your vehicle.  We are always happy to help.

Share your knowledge.

Do you have any tips or tricks that work for you when using an Android phone and the CoolStream CarPro?  Leave a comment below to share your insight.  Please include the car or motorcycle’s year, make, and model with your tip or trick.  Thanks!

 

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