I think Android or Samsung should implement autoconnect settings for devices. I can now see the problems if you have so many blue devices connect and disconnect while they are on all the time.
Hi, Welcome to the Samsung Members Community Canada. Please perform the reset Network Settings on your device and check if it works fine.
Go to Settings>> General Management>>Reset>>Reset Network Settings>>Reset settings.
This will reset all network settings, including those for Wi-Fi, Mobile Data, Bluetooth. Restart the mobile if necessary and check if it works.
Have the ability to select priority devices and an alert that pops up asking if you would like to switch. I have connected my devices in the order that I use them in headset first then truck but it still just connects to the truck instead of staying connected to the headset
Hi, we suggest you to backup and reset. Here are the steps to backup your data: Backup from Samsung account--Apps > Settings > Cloud > Backup > Select the data > Back up now.
Backup from Google account--Apps > Settings > Backup and reset.
Here are the steps for factory reset, settings>>General management>>Reset>>Factory data reset>>Scroll down to the bottom and tap on Reset>> Delete All.
Backing up and resetting does not resolve the issue. It only removed all Bluetooth devices, after repairing them the same issue is present, even on s21.
It's really not a hard request. Just don't auto switch. LG doesn't have this issue, and it is very annoying. To the extent that this may very well be my last Samsung phone, and I may go back to LG. Fix it, provide a solution. If LG can do it with 1/2 the market share of Samsung, I don't think it should be hard.