Bluetooth Connection Issues
You might also experience some issues when connecting to your Bluetooth devices. Fortunately, there are a couple of fixes to this issue.
First, you can try to reset your Bluetooth Module. This will reset all the devices you’ve connected to your Mac so you can try to connect it again as if it’s the first time.
- Press and hold the Option key and the Shift key.
- While pressing both keys down, click on the Bluetooth icon at the top right corner of the Menu Bar. After you click it, you can release both keys
- Click on Reset the Bluetooth module.
- Click on Ok.
- Connect your device
If that didn’t work, you can always try to delete your list of Bluetooth devices connected. This is a little more technical but it’s equally easy.
- Open up Finder.
- Located Macintosh HD. You can easily find it by right-clicking on the folder’s name until you see a dropdown list and click on Macintosh HD.
- Open the Library folder.
- Scroll down and click on the Preferences folder.
- Search for com.apple.Bluetooth.plist and delete. You can also move it to another location in case you want to save it.
- Restart your Mac and try to connect your Bluetooth device again.