Devices communicating over Bluetooth is not just a feature, but a necessity. With more and more devices communicating over Bluetooth, compatibility issues arise. Although these devices communicate over standardized Bluetooth protocols, their behavior isn’t. It is difficult (If not impossible) to test compatibility issues with all accessories, especially for the Operating System vendors. Device anomaly is a regular occurrence, and the end users face difficulties while operating them. Google’s mobile operating system Android is not exempt of these issues, and this is what we will discuss in this post. Bluetooth problems date back to the first editions of Android, and till today, users have reported lots of issues online. In this post we talk about how to fix unfortunately Bluetooth share has stopped error message.
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Initially, it is highly recommended to do the necessary steps first and then move onto advanced troubleshooting (Rooting, etc.). Especially for the primary users, rooting is not a good option, unless you know what you are doing. So, with expectations being set, here are the necessary steps to perform to fix unfortunately Bluetooth share has stopped error message.
Here are some screenshots for your reference. Do note that the menu options will differ for different Android ROM’s. In our example, we are using an Asus Zenphone 2.
Try rebooting the mobile into safe mode. It might differ for different phone vendors. In our case, these are the steps:
Note: Do note if the fix Unfortunately Bluetooth Share Has Stopped Error still persists.
#Option 4: Requires Root access!
Before proceeding, do note that this is an advanced step and users needs to proceed with extreme caution. Any wrong file modification may result in data loss or may void your phone warranty. Here are the steps:
This error is only experienced when devices running Android are exposed to a large number of unique hardware addresses (Including Bluetooth) which overwhelms the subsystem.
I hope that this was helpful. If the problem persists, go ahead and contact your phone manufacturer for any possible alternative solutions. Any comment, suggestions or feedbacks can be dropped below in the comment section.
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