Bluetooth connectivity problems

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  1. reebz

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    Both mine and my wife's phone recently updated to Marshmallow. Now we're both having difficulty connecting to our cars Bluetooth. I have the S6 edge and the call audio switch, in Bluetooth settings, won't stay on. I have to manually turn it on if I want my phone to connect to my car. Even then, it still may not connect. My wife has the Note 4 and has the same problem. We both have smart watches and they have no problem staying paired with our phones.

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    Have you deleted the pairings?
     
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    I did delete mine, and then re-paired it. The same problem persists.
     
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    What kind of car?
     
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    2012 Hyundai Elantra. My wife has a 2007 Lexus IS250. On her phone I noticed last night that, under Bluetooth settings, her car isn't even listed. That may be the problem on her end.