Why is the Bluetooth Unstable on My Infinix Zero 30 and How to Fix it?

Why is the Bluetooth Unstable on My Infinix Zero 30 and How to Fix it?

Bluetooth instability on smartphones can be frustrating. Your Infinix Zero 30 might experience connection drops, audio glitches, or difficulties pairing with other Bluetooth devices due to various factors ranging from software bugs to hardware issues.

Why Does My Infinix Zero 30 Have Unstable Bluetooth?

  • Software glitches: Temporary bugs in the phone’s operating system can disrupt Bluetooth functionality.
  • Outdated system software: Lack of updates might lead to compatibility problems or unresolved Bluetooth issues.
  • Bluetooth cache overload: An accumulation of Bluetooth data can hinder smooth connections.
  • Connection distance: Being too far from the paired device can weaken the Bluetooth signal.
  • Interference: Other wireless devices operating in the same frequency range can create Bluetooth instability.
  • Battery saving restrictions: Battery optimizations might limit Bluetooth background activity.
  • Device Compatibility: The Bluetooth device might not be fully compatible with your Infinix Zero 30.
  • Hardware problems: In rare cases, a faulty Bluetooth module in the phone or Bluetooth device could be the culprit.

Potential Solutions

Highlighted below are potential solutions that you can try when dealing with intermittent Bluetooth connection.

1. Restart your Infinix Zero 30

A simple restart often clears temporary software glitches and refreshes the Bluetooth connection.

  1. Press and hold the power button on your Infinix Zero 30.
  2. Select the “Restart” option.

2. Toggle Bluetooth off and on

This forces the Bluetooth system to reinitialize and potentially establish a more stable connection.

  1. Go to your Infinix Zero 30’s settings.
  2. Find the “Bluetooth” section and tap on it.
  3. Toggle the Bluetooth switch off, wait a few seconds, and then toggle it back on.

3. Forget the Bluetooth device and pair it again

This removes any potentially corrupt pairing data and creates a fresh connection.

  1. Navigate to your Infinix Zero 30’s Bluetooth settings.
  2. Locate the problematic Bluetooth device in the paired devices list.
  3. Tap on the device and select “Forget” or “Unpair.”
  4. Initiate the pairing process again with your Bluetooth device.

4. Move your Infinix Zero 30 closer to the Bluetooth device

Bluetooth has a limited range, and obstacles can weaken the signal, so ensure you’re within optimal range.

  • Physically move your Infinix Zero 30 closer to the paired Bluetooth device.

5. Clear the Bluetooth cache and data

This erases potentially problematic temporary data associated with the Bluetooth system.

  1. Go to your Infinix Zero 30’s settings.
  2. Find the “Apps” or “Apps & notifications” section.
  3. Locate and select the “Bluetooth” app.
  4. Go to “Storage” and tap on “Clear cache” and then “Clear data.”

6. Check for system updates for your Infinix Zero 30

System updates often include bug fixes and Bluetooth performance improvements.

  1. Go to your Infinix Zero 30’s settings.
  2. Find the “System” or “Software Update” section.
  3. Check for available updates and download/install if found.

7. Reset network settings on your Infinix Zero 30

This resets all network settings, including Bluetooth, to their default states, potentially addressing configuration issues.

  1. Go to your Infinix Zero 30’s settings.
  2. Locate “System”, “Backup & Reset” or a similar section.
  3. Find and select “Reset network settings” or “Reset Wi-Fi, mobile, & Bluetooth.”
  4. Confirm the reset.

8. Disable battery optimization for the Bluetooth app

Battery optimization settings might interfere with Bluetooth running in the background.

  1. Go to Settings -> Apps (or Apps & notifications).
  2. Find and tap on the Bluetooth app.
  3. Go to the “Battery” section.
  4. Select “Don’t optimize” or “Unrestricted.”

9. Ensure Bluetooth device is fully charged

Low battery on a Bluetooth device can lead to connection instability and dropouts.

  • Charge your Bluetooth device to ensure it has sufficient power.

10. Turn off Wi-Fi to rule out interference

Wi-Fi and Bluetooth operate on similar frequencies – turning Wi-Fi off can help isolate Bluetooth issues.

  1. Access your Infinix Zero 30’s settings or quick settings panel.
  2. Disable the Wi-Fi option.

11. Ensure Bluetooth device isn’t paired with too many other devices

Some Bluetooth devices have limitations on the number of simultaneous connections they support.

  1. Check the specifications of your Bluetooth device.
  2. Disconnect it from other devices that you are not actively using.

12. Check if another device is interfering with the Bluetooth connection

Household appliances like microwaves can generate electromagnetic interference that disrupts Bluetooth.

  1. Temporarily turn off other wireless devices nearby.
  2. Attempt the Bluetooth connection again without the potential interference.

13. Make sure the Bluetooth device is compatible with your Infinix Zero 30

Not all Bluetooth devices work seamlessly with every phone, check compatibility before connecting.

  • Consult the Bluetooth device’s manual or manufacturer’s website for compatibility information.

14. Try using a different Bluetooth device

This helps determine whether the issue lies with your Infinix Zero 30 or the Bluetooth device itself.

  • Pair your Infinix Zero 30 with a different Bluetooth device, if available.

15. Restart the Bluetooth device

Restarting the Bluetooth device can clear minor glitches affecting its connectivity.

  • Follow the device’s instructions to turn it off and back on (usually a power button or switch).

16. Reset the Bluetooth device

This reverts the device to factory settings clearing potentially problematic configurations.

  • Refer to the device’s manual for specific reset instructions – often it involves holding a button combination.

17. Update the Bluetooth device’s firmware (if applicable)

Firmware updates can address bugs and improve compatibility, check for updates if available.

  • Consult the device manufacturer’s website or app for firmware updates and instructions.

18. Perform a factory reset on your Infinix Zero 30 (last resort)

This wipes your phone’s data and restores it to factory settings, consider it only if all other solutions fail.

  1. Go to settings -> System (or Backup & Reset).
  2. Find “Factory data reset” or a similar option.
  3. Follow the prompts, ensuring you’ve backed up important data beforehand.

Contact Infinix support or Seek professional repair for potential hardware issues

If none of the above solutions help, consider seeking assistance from Infinix support or a qualified technician to investigate possible hardware problems with your Infinix Zero 30’s Bluetooth module.


  1. I tried everything, my Bluetooth is still unstable. What else can I do?
    • Seek support from Infinix or consult a phone repair professional.
  2. Can outdated apps cause Bluetooth problems?
    • Indirectly, if an app heavily uses Bluetooth or interferes with system resources. Keep apps updated.
  3. Will clearing Bluetooth cache delete my paired devices?
    • No, it only clears temporary data, your paired devices remain.
  4. Can a phone case block Bluetooth signals?
    • Some thick or metallic cases might slightly affect signal strength. Try without the case.
  5. How do I know if my Bluetooth device needs a firmware update?
    • Check the manufacturer’s website or any companion app the device might have.