Bluetooth button not available in Quick Settings? How to solve this

Copper Contributor
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Go to Settings > Apps > Show system apps. Find "Bluetooth" and "Bluetooth Share." Tap Storage and then Clear Cache.
Thanks! I've fixed it with your steps.
The Bluetooth button not being available in Quick Settings can be frustrating, especially when you need to quickly toggle Bluetooth on or off.


Tried running Intel Driver update? There was a bluetooth driver update released yesterday.

  1. Click on the network, sound, or battery icon in the system tray to open the Quick Settings panel.
  2. Click on the pencil icon or Edit quick settings.
  3. Click on Add and select Bluetooth from the list, then click Done.

This will help you add Bluetooth to Quick Settings.


Sometimes, the most effective solution is surprisingly simple. Performing a power cycle can resolve various issues with your Windows PC caused by temporary glitches. To perform a power cycle:

Turn off your computer and unplug it from the power source.
Press and hold the power button for 30 to 60 seconds to drain all the power that’s left on your device.
Leave your computer idle for a few minutes.
Connect your computer to the power supply, and then turn it back on.
Try to update your Windows 11 and it should be fixed.


Have you also tried using the built-in troubleshooter for your Bluetooth device? If not, please follow the steps below:

  1. Press the Start button.
  2. Click on Settings.
  3. Under Settings, choose Update & Security.
  4. On the options on the left hand side of the window, click Troubleshoot.
  5. Under Find and fix other problems, select Bluetooth and click Run the troubleshooter.