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OnePlus 5 is another master piece by the company. The phone has everything that you might be looking for. It comes with outstanding features including dual camera setup and latest Android. Also, the phone is slightly expensive than its predecessors.

Nonetheless, OnePlus 5 still manages to keep in the competition, more and more people are becoming inclined towards the idea of purchasing this phone. It is a solid current generation flagship, and we suggest you should have a look at it before reaching out to other smartphones.

Despite all our parsing above, OnePlus 5 is another smartphone. And like any other smartphone, it also has some problems. To simplify things for you, we decided to do a series of article with issues OnePlus 5 users are facing along with their possible and potential issues. In this tutorial we are going discuss and try to solve the connectivity issues of OnePlus 5 users are facing. So let’s get straight into the problem and it’s potential solutions. 

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Connectivity Issues

Like all other new smartphones, one tends to have connectivity issues with OnePlus 5 as well. Most of these issues are Wi-Fi related as compared to other phones where Bluetooth issues are the Prevalent ones.

Potential Solutions

Wi-Fi Issues

  • Turn off your mobile’s router and then wait for 10 seconds before turning it back on.
  • Check your Wi-Fi settings, forget the preferred networks and try connecting them again.
  • Download Wi-Fi Analyzer and check the level of activity on your current channel. If it is heavy, we suggest that you look for a better and less crowed channel.
  • Make sure that the Power Saving mode is disabled.
  • Ensure that the MAC address of your phone is recognized the router. You can check the Mac address of your phone by going to Setting, About phone.

Bluetooth Issues

  • The power saving mode should be disabled.
  • Turn off the Bluetooth and turn it back on after 10 seconds.
  • Try clearing the Cache of Bluetooth by going to Bluetooth Settings.
  • Once you have cleared the cache and the data, restart your phone.
  • In case your Bluetooth device has multiple profiles, there is always a possibility that you have reached the maximum limits of profiles that you can save. Try deleting the ones that are no longer in use and then try connecting again from the scratch.
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