How do you reset Bluetooth on a 2018 Honda Accord?

How do you reset Bluetooth on a 2018 Honda Accord? It stopped connecting to my phone out of nowhere, and I have no idea why.

Melanie Mergen · Updated on
Reviewed by Shannon Martin, Licensed Insurance Agent.
To reset the Bluetooth feature on your 2018
Honda Accord
, you can try rebooting the whole infotainment system. Here’s how:
  • Press and hold the infotainment/audio system power button (about five seconds or so should do the trick)
  • If a question appears on the screen asking you whether you want to restart the system, select yes
  • Wait as the infotainment system reboots
  • Once the system is up and running for a few minutes, try connecting to your device again
Hopefully this is all that’s needed in your case! If not, there are other options you can try:
  • Turn the Bluetooth feature on your device off, then on again, and try to reconnect
  • Completely restart your phone, verify Bluetooth is on, and try to reconnect
  • From your infotainment system home screen, press the phone button, select “phone setup” and “system clear”—but be aware that this will erase all your paired devices, imported contacts, and other stored data. After clearing the system, you can try re-pairing your device.
If after some troubleshooting you still aren’t having luck connecting to your Accord’s Bluetooth, you may want to check with a Honda service center to see whether there’s an available software upgrade or another solution to your problem.
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