Similar to AirDrop, Bluetooth is a useful feature on your iPhone or iPad. When it can work properly on your device, everything goes well and you can enjoy the conveniences it brings you freely. While if Bluetooth not working on your iPhone 8/8 Plus/X in iOS 11, it can be quite annoying. Given the situation, this article is written to provide you the potential fixes to the "Bluetooth not working" problem on iPhone or iPad running iOS 11. Besides, the solutions to the problem "AirDrop not working in iOS 11" are also provided.
If Bluetooth not working on your iPhone/iPad in iOS 11, you need to check whether your iPhone/iPad and Bluetooth accessory are close enough. Besides, you also need to make sure both devices have enough power supply.
Go to Settings > Bluetooth on your iPhone 8, iPhone X or other iDevices running iOS 11, toggle off Bluetooth and then toggle it on. You can also turn off the Bluetooth on your Bluetooth accessory first and turn it on again to try to fix the problem "Bluetooth not working" in iOS 11 on iPhone/iPad.
On your iDevice, go to Settings > Bluetooth > MY DEVICES, tap on the information icon next to the device you want to connect to and choose Forget This Device > Forget Device. After that, you have successfully unpair the two devices. Now you can pair your iPhone to your Bluetooth accessory again to have a try.
Many users have reported the usefulness of this solution. The way to reset network setting on iPhone is quite simple. Go to Settings > General > Reset > Reset Network Settings to make it.
Like solving the "touch screen not working in iOS 11" issue, restarting your iPhone could be a good fix to the "Bluetooth not working" problem on iPhone 8/ 8 Plus/X in iOS 11.
How to restart iPhone/iPad in iOS 11:
Tip 1: Press and hold the Sleep/Wake button until you see a slider, drag the slider to turn off your iPhone/iPad completely and then hold and press the same button to turn your device on.
Tip 2: Go to Settings > General > Shut Down and move the slider to turn off your iPhone/iPad completely. Then press and hold the Sleep/Wake button to turn on your iPhone/iPad in iOS 11.
If you try to use Bluetooth to transfer data between iOS devices or between iOS device and PC and Bluetooth is not working on your iPhone/iPad in iOS 11, there is a free alternative way to help you make it without using iTunes, which is to use MobiMover Free, the completely free iOS data transfer software. With MobiMover installed on your PC running Windows 7 or later, you can import files from one iPhone/iPad to another, back up iPhone/iPad to PC and sync contents from computer to iPhone/iPad. The files you can transfer include photos, videos, audios, contacts, notes, messages and more.
Step 1. Connect your iPhone or iPad to your PC with a matched USB cable. Tap "Trust" on your iOS device screen if asked. Open EaseUS MobiMover and select the "Phone to PC" mode, and click "Next".
Step 2. MobiMover enables you to transfer individual data or export all the iOS data to your PC at one time. You can choose what you want to export and set the storage path for these files on your PC. Then, click "Transfer" to migrate the selected files on your iPhone/iPad to your PC in an accessible way
Step 3. Wait for a while to let MobiMover finish the transfer process. After then, you can view and edit the transferred content as you like.
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