Smart Lock Fail: Second Android Phone Fails to Connect

Smart Lock Fail: Second Android Phone Fails to Connect


Smart locks are the future of home security, bringing convenience and peace of mind to homeowners. However, as with any technology, smart locks can sometimes develop connection problems. In this article, we’ll explore the issue of smart lock connection failure, specifically the issue of an Android phone failing to connect to a smart lock.

The Problem

Recently, we encountered a problem with a smart lock failing to connect to an Android phone. We tried connecting through Bluetooth and Wi-Fi, but nothing seemed to work. This was the second Android phone we had tried to connect to the smart lock, and both had failed.


After doing some research, we found that there could be several reasons for the connection failure. Here are some of the issues we encountered and how we resolved them:

  • Outdated Software: We discovered that the Android phone we were using had outdated software. This caused compatibility issues with the smart lock. We updated the software and tried to connect again, which resolved the issue.
  • Tip: Always keep your phone’s software updated to the latest version.

  • Interference: Another issue we encountered was interference from other Bluetooth devices. We turned off all other Bluetooth devices in close proximity to the smart lock and tried to connect again. This resolved the issue.

  • Tip: Turn off other Bluetooth devices when trying to connect to a smart lock.

  • Range Limitations: We also found that the Android phone had a limited range for Bluetooth connectivity. We moved the phone closer to the smart lock, and it successfully connected.

  • Tip: Keep your phone in close proximity to the smart lock when trying to connect.


Connecting your Android phone to a smart lock can be convenient and easy, but it can also present challenges. If you encounter a connection failure, make sure your software is up to date, turn off other Bluetooth devices, and keep your phone within range. With these simple troubleshooting steps, you can easily overcome common connection issues and enjoy the convenience and security of a smart lock.


Why is my second Android phone failing to connect to my smart lock?

There could be several reasons for this. First, ensure that your second Android phone is compatible with the smart lock. Some smart lock models only work with specific phone models or operating systems. Second, check that the Bluetooth on your phone is turned on and that the smart lock is within range. Third, try resetting the smart lock or uninstalling and reinstalling the smart lock app on your phone.

I have checked that my second Android phone is compatible, Bluetooth is on and the smart lock is within range, but it still won’t connect. What else can I do?

If you have tried all the above steps and the second Android phone still won’t connect, try resetting your phone’s network settings. Go to your phone’s settings, choose “System,” then “Reset options,” and select “Reset Wi-Fi, mobile & Bluetooth.” This will reset all network settings, including Bluetooth, and may help to solve the connectivity issue.

I have tried all of the above steps and my second Android phone still won’t connect to my smart lock. What should I do next?

If none of the suggested methods work, contact the customer support of the smart lock manufacturer for further assistance. They may be able to provide you with more specific troubleshooting instructions or suggest a possible hardware issue with the smart lock. It is also possible that the second Android phone may be defective, and you may need to replace it.