LG’s latest flagship device, launched last month, is definitely a stunner with its 5.7-inch display size, powered by Snapdragon 821 and fitted with a 3,300 mAh non-removable battery.

The device also sports dual 13MP cameras on its back while its selfie snapper measures at 5MP. As great as these specs are, there are many users who have been complaining of a frustrating Bluetooth issue with their LG G6.

While some are plagued with popping sounds and stream interruptions, others have been facing problems with the audio track display.

Well, if you have been experiencing this issue, the first thing that you should do is to clear the cache of all the app you use for streaming. This could be apps such as Google Play Music. To do this, navigate to Settings>Apps>Google Play Music>Storage>Clear Cache.

Alternatively, you could also try to navigate to Settings>Bluetooth and click on the cog icon located next to the Paired device that you’re struggling with. After that, tap on Unpair and repeat the process.

If this has helped you out in any way, don’t forget to share your experience with us!

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