If you’re reading this article, you’re likely experiencing issues with your Hisense TV’s Bluetooth connectivity. As someone who loves to stream content from my phone to my TV, I know how frustrating it can be when the Bluetooth connection fails to work.
Sometimes, the connection drops suddenly, or the TV fails to recognize my device. These issues can be quite a hassle, especially when I want to watch my favorite shows or movies without interruptions.
I wrote this article to help you troubleshoot and fix Bluetooth connectivity issues with your Hisense TV. In this article, I will walk you through some basic checks, show you how to reboot your devices, explain the importance of updating software and firmware, and demonstrate how to reset your Hisense TV to its default settings.
By following the steps in this article, you’ll be able to get your Hisense TV Bluetooth connectivity working again in no time.
So let’s dive in.
How To Fix Hisense TV Bluetooth Not Working
I’ve faced some frustrating issues with my Hisense TV’s Bluetooth connection, but fortunately, there are a few simple troubleshooting steps that you can take to fix them.
Here’s what I recommend:
1. Perform Basic Checks
First, make sure that Bluetooth is enabled on your Hisense TV. You can do this by navigating the Settings menu and selecting “Bluetooth.” Check that it’s turned on.
Second, ensure your device is close enough to your TV to connect. Move your device closer to your TV and try connecting again. You can also check if your device is visible to the TV by going to the Bluetooth menu and looking for your device on the list of available devices.
2. Reboot the Devices
Power cycling your Hisense TV and device may help fix Bluetooth connectivity issues. Turn off your TV and device, unplug your TV, and wait about 5 minutes. Plug your TV back in, turn it on, and then turn on your device and try to connect to the TV again.
If power cycling doesn’t work, disconnect and reconnect all Bluetooth devices. To do this, navigate to the Bluetooth menu on your Hisense TV and disconnect all paired devices.
Turn off Bluetooth on your device and then restart it. Turn on Bluetooth on your device and try connecting to your Hisense TV again.
3. Update Software and Firmware
Check for any available software and firmware updates for your Hisense TV. To do this, go to the Settings menu and select “System Update.”
Install any available updates and then recheck the Bluetooth connectivity. If updates are available, install them, then reboot your TV. Try connecting to your device again to test the Bluetooth connectivity.
4. Reset the Hisense TV
If none of the above steps work, you can try resetting your Hisense TV to its default settings. Navigate to the Settings menu, select “System,” and then “Reset.” Choose the “Reset to Factory Settings” option.
After resetting your TV, return to the Bluetooth menu and reconnect to your device. Test the Bluetooth connectivity to ensure that it’s working properly.
Following these troubleshooting steps, you should be able to resolve any Bluetooth connectivity issues you’re experiencing with your Hisense TV. If you still have trouble connecting to Bluetooth, contact Hisense customer support for further assistance.
That’s it! We’ve come to the end of this troubleshooting guide for Hisense TV Bluetooth connectivity issues. Hopefully, the steps I’ve outlined here have helped you fix any issues you were experiencing with your Hisense TV’s Bluetooth connection.
Remember, when facing Bluetooth connectivity issues, always start with the basics, like ensuring that Bluetooth is enabled and that your device is close enough to connect. If that doesn’t work, try rebooting your devices, checking for software and firmware updates, and resetting your Hisense TV to its default settings.
If these steps don’t work, don’t hesitate to contact Hisense customer support for further assistance. They can help you troubleshoot and fix any issues that you’re facing.
I hope that this article has been helpful to you and that you can now enjoy streaming your favorite content from your device to your Hisense TV without any interruptions.
Thanks for reading!