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Five Best Bluetooth Manager for Android – Know Everything About Them

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The word Bluetooth is originally coming from Scandinavian, the epithet of the tenth-century king Harald Bluetooth who united dissonant Danish tribes into a single kingdom. Nowadays, electronic devices like smartphones, laptops, MP3 players, PDA’s, video games players and tablets are everywhere around us. And the Bluetooth is a dispensable technique in most of the devices.

Part 1: The Definition of Bluetooth

Bluetooth is a wireless technology standard for exchanging data over short distances from fix or mobile devices. The technique allows us to send and get data safely and fast. Compared to other wireless communication technique, the Bluetooth is only available within a short distance, normally top to ten meters or 30 feet. But the advantage is quite obvious on the other hand. You are able to get rid of annoying guided media like cables, cords, adapters. Therefore, the communication among the devices is wireless and convenient.

Part 2: Pros and cons of Bluetooth

Pros:

  • You don’t need to put the two devices close next to each other.
  • No cords or cables are required
  • Only need low battery power
  • Safe and convenient to handle
  • Not easily interfered
  • Steady and powerful

Cons:

  • The speed of transmission is slower (1mbps maximum) compared to other wireless technique (4 Mbps maximum).
  • No safer than any other wireless technique.
  • Not working perfectly with all kinds of devices.

Part 3: The steps of paring and connecting Android device with Bluetooth

Following the steps of Apple, Microsoft, and Blackberry, Android comes into the Bluetooth Smart Ready community finally. Android devices such as smartphones and tablets are now officially become Bluetooth Smart Ready devices and will work well with any other Bluetooth supported devices like headphones and keyboards.

Step 1. Open the Settings of your phone, click Wireless & Networks, then open Bluetooth Settings.


Step 2. Turn the Bluetooth button on and ensure that your device can be seen by other devices.


Step 3. Start to find the device you want to pair with.


Step 4. Choose the device you want to connect with from the showing list and type in the password if necessary (or just pair with the device without the key in some cases). Then hit Pair.


Step 5. The pairing process is done by showing in the list of paired devices.

Part 4: The features of Android devices with Bluetooth technique

If your Android device is equipped with Bluetooth, then you are able to do the following things:

  • 1. Send and get files from other devices which support Bluetooth.
  • 2. A Bluetooth equipped headset enables you to play music and make phone calls directly.
  • 3. Connect devices such as the printer, scanner, and computers together.
  • 4. Sync files among devices like computers, tablets and so on.

Part 5: Most frequently asked questions about Android Bluetooth and corresponding answers.

Q1. I failed to pair my Android device with other devices through Bluetooth all the time. What can I do to make it right?

Solution:

  • 1. Shut down the device and turn it on later. A simple reset can fix this problem sometimes. You can turn on the airplane mode and then turn it off to give it a try.
  • 2. You can tap on the device and click Unpair to clear the device list and try to search the paired devices one more time.
  • 3. If your computer has the same problem, then you can download a new driver that is suitable for your computer.
  • 4. Check the two devices that they are put close enough to each other.

Q2. I can’t get the data transferred between two devices. Any solution to solve the problem?

Solution: Wipe out all the data and cache of Bluetooth app.

  • 1. Open Settings
  • 2. Hit the button Apps.
  • 3. Choose All
  • 4. Locate Bluetooth app and click it.
  • 5. Click clear data ->> clear cache ->> force close

In order to reset, you can follow the instructions below.

  • 1. Find the Settings.
  • 2. Click the backup and reset button
  • 3. Click reset factory data at the downside
  • 4. After a few minutes later your phone will restart and reset. Your phone will restart itself after a few minutes.

Q3. The Bluetooth of my phone can’t be connected with the car successfully. What can I do?

Solution:

  • 1. Wipe out all the Bluetooth data from your phone and car
  • 2. Turn off your device and then turn it on again. Sometimes a simple reset will solve the problem. One way to do that is to open and shut down the airplane mode.
  • 3. Be sure that your phone can be discovered by all the other devices so that it can be discovered by your car.

Q4. I can’t hear sound from the Bluetooth headset or external speaker after connecting them to my phone. Is there any solution to solve this problem?

Solution:

  • 1. Connect your headset or speaker to your phone and reboot the phone
  • 2. Follow the instructions above to reset your phone.
  • 3. Get the SD card out of your phone and put it back then. This may be useful because the SD card can be a disturb.
  • 4. Replace your SanDisk SD card with other brands. The brand SanDisk is not working well with Samsung Galaxy mobile phones. So replacing seems to be a solution if you happen to use the SanDisk memory card.

Q5. I find my Bluetooth not working well after I update the Android phone. What can I do about it?

Solution:

  • 1. Try to cut the paring of the device and then connect the device again.
  • 2. Restart the phone after using OTA update. You may be able to solve the problem.

Part 6: Best 5 Bluetooth Manager apps for Android to optimize the Bluetooth Connection

1. Bluetooth Auto Connect

Score: 4/5
Price: Free


There are not enough Android Bluetooth managers in the market. However, Bluetooth Auto Connect is one of the few managers that work functionally. When Bluetooth switch is turned on, or the screen of your Android device goes on, the app will connect to your device immediately. But you have to make the connection on your own for the first time, and the app will remember your device automatically later on. You are able to connect many Bluetooth devices for one time by prioritizing them. There are some unseen situations coming sometimes. The app may fail to recognize your Android device, or the Bluetooth doesn’t work well on certain devices.

2. Btoolkit Bluetooth Manager

Score: 4/5
Price: Free


This app can detect your Android device automatically and relate one Android device with one contacts so that you can have easy access to them.

You are able to categorize the device list and share the photos and music you like with your contacts. But when your Android device runs on version4.1+, you may have some trouble paring with PIN-less devices.

3. Auto Bluetooth

Score: 4/5
Price: Free


When you are making a call, this Bluetooth manager will connect to your device automatically. Once the call is over, the Bluetooth will be disconnected to save more power. The app is extremely useful when you are driving because you don’t have to stop the car to get the calls. It can also lengthen the time of the battery.

4. Bluetooth Manager ICS

Score: 2.7/5
Price: Paid


If you are a big fan of music, this app is a perfect choice for you. It is a handy app that enables you to control your Android device remotely and play music over your wireless headset and speakers. All you have to do is to connect the device through Bluetooth Manager ICS and make the audio checkbox work. Despite the strong points, the app still has some shortcomings. The app can’t stream fluently, and there may be a delay sometimes. And the app is not free to use.

5. Bluetooth on Call

Score: 4.2/5
Price: Free


This app will turn Bluetooth on when you are making phone calls and change into power save mode when you hand off the call. But the Bluetooth won’t be opened when you are using the voice dialed calls. Besides, the Bluetooth won’t be switched off after your device is fully charged.

Part 7: Use MobileGo for Android to manage the Bluetooth Manager Apps for Android.

MobileGo for Android is a one-in-all third-party tool to manage Android Bluetooth Manager apps easily.

MobileGo for Samsung Galaxy S7

  • 1. Download and install any Android Bluetooth manager from Google play store
  • 2. Import and install multiple Bluetooth managers for Android from PC
  • 3. Export your wanted Bluetooth management apps to PC
  • 4. Share your favorite Bluetooth manager for Android via Facebook, Twitter or SMS.
  • 5. Move Android Bluetooth Manager apps to the SD card.
  • 6. Compatible with more than 3000 Android phones and tablets.

Note: MobileGo for Android Mac version users can’t get into the Google Play store, transfer apps to the SD card and share apps with others.

Download MobileGo (Windows Version)Download MobileGo (Mac Version)

How to install and uninstall, export and share your Bluetooth Manager for Android Apps with MobileGo

  • Run MobileGo on your computer after downloading and installing. You will see the main window of the program on the screen.
  • Tap Apps to get into the page where all the installed apps are shown in it. You can install new apps, uninstall unwanted apps, transfer and share your apps with others.

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