How to Solve iPhone 5 Bluetooth and Wi-Fi Problem?
One of the most annoying things that you will encounter with your iPhone 5 is the Bluetooth and Wi-Fi problem. In most cases we are able to compromise on Bluetooth, however having a Wi-Fi problem in your phone is surely one huge issue, and this is mainly because of the fact that all of us likes to be connected on Wi-Fi whether we are in our homes, Offices, Airports or any place else. Internet is surely the need of every Smartphone user, and with a problematic Wi-Fi device, you will surely face a whole lot of troubles.
In the following lines you will get to know about different iPhone 5 Bluetooth and Wi-Fi problems and their solution:
- iPhone Wi-Fi not connecting.
- Wi-Fi device not found.
- Wi-Fi option disabled (Grayed Out)
- Packets not transferring
- Very slow connection.
- Wi-Fi signal keeps on dropping.
- iPhone device not pairing.
- Failed in sending data.
- Device not found.
- Bluetooth disabled (Grayed Out)
- Data transferring stops in between.
Reasons of Problems
- Phone might be water damaged.
- Problem in router.
- Problem in your phone’s Wi-Fi IC
- Bluetooth cell might be out of charge.
- Your own device is invisible.
- Antenna wire or any of the components might be damaged.
For iPhone 5 Wi-Fi Problem
- Toggle your Wi-Fi router ON / OFF and Check.
- Toggle your phone’s Wi-Fi ON / OFF and Check.
- Reset your phone and again toggle ON – OFF between Wi-Fi and Check.
- Restart your router and check.
- Upgrade your iOS, as sometimes the incompatibility issue also becomes the cause of problem, and in return Bluetooth and Wi-Fi IC heats up. (Only if Hardware solution fails in solving the problem)
For iPhone 5 Bluetooth Problem
- Toggle Bluetooth ON – OFF.
- If it is showing no device found, refresh your device search for at least two to three times.
- Restart your phone and check.
- Check whether your device is visible or not.
- Make sure your Bluetooth’s cell is fully charged.
Hardware Solution for Bluetooth and Wi-Fi Problem
- Re-solder Antenna Wire.
- Re-solder antenna’s on-board connector.
- If antenna is open, short its terminals.
- Check capacitor of Bluetooth and Wi-Fi IC, if it is damaged then replace it. Your Bluetooth and Wi-Fi option appears to be disabled (Grayed Out), due to faulty capacitor.
- If all the above method fails then gently heat Bluetooth and Wi-Fi IC, if it is still not working then replace it.