How to Fix Common Google Pixel Connectivity Problems


Google Pixel and Google Pixel XL are fantastic gadgets. But sometimes an outdated operating system or software updates, create problems on the device.

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Are you not able to connect your Pixel with the Wi-Fi networks or Bluetooth devices? Can’t connect with your car system? Well, do not worry.

Here are the solutions to fix common Google Pixel Connectivity problems:

How to solve Wi-Fi problems of Google Pixel

Restart your Google Pixel Wi-Fi:

  1. Open your Google Pixel ‘Settings.’
  2. Go to ‘Network & Internet’ connection settings.
  3. Turn the ‘Wi-Fi- off.
  4. And turn on ‘Wi-Fi’ again.

Remove the network that is not connecting:

If you’re connected with a network before and now it is failing to connect, then simply forget the network and connect it as a new network.

  1. Open your Google Pixel ‘Settings.’
  2. Go to ‘Network & Internet’ connection settings.
  3. Open ‘Wi-Fi’ settings.
  4. Go to ‘Saved Networks.’
  5. Click and hold on the saved network you want to remove.
  6. Tap ‘Forget’ on the prompted window.
  7. Now, you can connect to the same network as the first time.

Reset all network connections settings:

Resetting complete network settings will restore all settings to default. It will delete the entire saved networks, and also remove all Bluetooth paired devices.

  1. Open your Google Pixel ‘Settings.’
  2. Go to ‘System.’
  3. Select ‘Reset’ options.
  4. And then ‘Reset Wi-Fi, Mobile & Bluetooth.’

Reboot your Google Pixel:

  1. Press and hold the ‘Power’ button from the right side of the Pixel.
  2. ‘Reset’ from the popup menu.

That’s it! Now the Wi-Fi problems of your Google Pixel will be solved. If still, the problem happens it means your Pixel is not the reason for the problem. It will be from the other side may be with your router or modem. Restart them to and check again.

How to solve the Bluetooth connectivity problems of Google Pixel?

Restart your Google Pixel Bluetooth:

  1. Open your Google Pixel ‘Settings.’
  2. Navigate to ‘Connected devices’ menu.
  3. Go to ‘Connection preferences.’
  4. Then ‘Bluetooth.’
  5. Turn off ‘Bluetooth.’
  6. And turn Bluetooth on again.

Remove the device that is not connecting:

If you’re connected to a device before and now fail to connect then simply forget the device and add it as a new.

  1. Open your Google Pixel ‘Settings.’
  2. Navigate to ‘Connected devices’ menu.
  3. Go to ‘Previously connected devices.’
  4. Select the device that is not connecting.
  5. Then click on the ‘Settings’ icon.
  6. Select ‘Forget’ from the options to remove it.

Reset all network or Bluetooth connections settings:

Resetting complete network settings will restore all settings to default. It will delete the entire saved networks, and also remove all Bluetooth paired devices.

  1. Open your Google Pixel ‘Settings.’
  2. Go to ‘System.’
  3. Select ‘Reset’ options.
  4. And then ‘Reset Wi-Fi, Mobile & Bluetooth.’

Reboot your Google Pixel:

  1. Press and hold the ‘Power’ button from the right side of the Pixel.
  2. ‘Reset’ from the popup menu.

Update security upgrades or operating system upgrades:

Updating will fix many bugs including the connectivity problems you’re facing.

  1. Open your Google Pixel ‘Settings.’
  2. Go to ‘System.’
  3. Select ‘Advanced.’
  4. Go to ‘System Update.’
  5. Check for the updates and install.

That’s it! The problem will be gone. Still facing the problem then you can try with doing a reset to your Google Pixel. Including settings, it will also remove all apps, files plus complete data. Therefore create a full backup of your Pixel.

Aida Martin is a Microsoft Office expert and has been working in the technical industry since 2002. As a technical expert, Aida  has written technical blogs, manuals, white papers, and reviews for many websites such as office.com/setup