Sick of your Bluetooth cutting out? Here is your solution

How to Fix Bluetooth Stuttering and Enjoy your Bluetooth Devices Hassle Free

Bluetooth Stuttering

Bluetooth is technology that we all use and love in our day to day lives. We are always quick to jump at the chance to have devices that get rid of cords and work wirelessly.

Bluetooth technology isn’t new, and every technology has its shortcomings. Most of us would have experienced some form of issue with our Bluetooth connection. Whether your laptop, phone or other device isn’t connecting properly to your Bluetooth headphones and the audio playback starts to stutter - it is very frustrating.

Why Am I Experiencing Problems?

There are a variety of reasons that can cause Bluetooth issues and stuttering. One of the main causes for this annoyance is a partial disconnection or interruption of the signal between the two devices. This can disrupt the connection between your smartphone and your Bluetooth headphones and therefore affect the user experience.

Some reasons for this issue can be attributed to your smartphones operating systems. New or different computer software and updates to mobile apps can cause issues. Sometimes these updates cannot efficiently fix or trash bugs in your smartphone and this then leads to bluetooth problems occurring.

When you are have successfully paired two devices via Bluetooth the data is then easily transferred through this connection.

It is also important to note, when you are pairing your smartphone to Bluetooth headphones, you need to ensure both devices are in pairing mode otherwise they simpily will not pair (Obviously!)

Fixing Bluetooth Issues

One option you can try to fix your Bluetooth stuttering is to toggle the Bluetooth connection. If the Bluetooth connection won’t establish or if the connection fails then you can troubleshoot and toggle the connection to eliminate issues.

Simply, pull down the notification bar on your iPhone, Android or computer and look for where the Bluetooth icon is and turn bluetooth off. All you need to do is wait 10 seconds and then switch it on again and now check if your devices can pair. This can help create a better connection as the chipset in the phone will be reset.

If this troubleshooting step does not work, the next step is to rule out problems related to the device you are connected to. You need to ensure the device is not the actual cause of the issue. An easy way to do this, is connecting to a different phone or laptop and see if the issue is still occurring. If the Bluetooth device is now working then you can confirm it was the previous device, if not then you may need to continue troubleshooting to fix your bluetooth problem and stuttering.

Reliable Restart

Another top tip to fixing Bluetooth problems is the ‘very popular’ restarting of your smartphone or computer. A common way to fix issues, a restart fixes simple errors and helps your device start afresh. A lot of us leave our laptops and smartphones on continuously and like everything they sometimes need a break.

Once your phone has restarted turn on Bluetooth again, making sure both devices are in pairing mode. This should resolve the issue and the connection should establish easily and be a strong Bluetooth connection which won’t stutter.

Best Reviewed Bluetooth Headphones

Making sure you are completing all the steps and troubleshooting advice is vital to a great Bluetooth connection and means you can enjoy your Bluetooth devices the right way.

The best reviewed Cowin headphones have achieved great feedback from users and their Bluetooth function means you can enjoy your music on the go, whenever, wherever you want. The ANC headphones provide active noise cancellation and reduce ambient and background noise.

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As well as state of the art Bluetooth connection, the wireless headphones have an astonishing 30 hours play time, totally wire free.