You can turn on and off Bluetooth automatically or manually on Android. Here's how you can do that (In this instance, I'm using an Android device running Oreo):
Turn On and Off Bluetooth Manually
You can do this task in 3 different ways and here are they:
Unlock your Android device. Say "Okay Google" and then "Turn on Bluetooth."
That's it. The Bluetooth is turned on.
To view Bluetooth settings, say "Okay Google" and then "Open Bluetooth settings."
To turn off Bluetooth, say "Okay Google" and then "Turn off Bluetooth."
Note: Except "Okay Google," you can use all the above commands in "Google Search Bar" in your device. For "Open Bluetooth settings" command, you need to tap "Tick" icon too.
In the home screen, slide down from the top. Do this once again. Now, you can see "Quick Settings."
Slide from right to left, and you can see the "Bluetooth" icon. Hit it, and that's all. The Bluetooth is enabled successfully.
To see the Bluetooth settings: In the home screen, slide down from the top and do it again. Now, slide from right to left. Hit the "Bluetooth," and then hit "More Settings."
To turn off the Bluetooth, hit the "Bluetooth" icon (use the above steps to find this icon) and that's it.
Open "Settings" app in your Android device.
Hit "Connected devices." Tap the toggle beside "Bluetooth."
That's all. The Bluetooth is activated successfully.
If you want to view settings of Bluetooth, hit the "Bluetooth" (see above screenshot) and you can see the Bluetooth settings.
If you wish to disable Bluetooth, then tap the toggle beside "Bluetooth."
Turn On and Off Bluetooth Automatically
You need to install a third-party app to do this task, and here we'll see one that does this task efficiently.
That's it. From now on, the Bluetooth will be turned on and off automatically as per the time and day you've set.
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How to Turn On and Off Bluetooth on Android