with IOS 10.0.2 - 5s iphone Bluetooth problems

Since upgrading ISO 10.0.2 my M50 from PLT Plantronics (helmet unique headset) do not reliably connects with my iPhone 5 more. I have to go to the settings, activate bluetooth turned off/turned on, touch the device on the bluetooth page, etc. Once it connects successfully, it will reconnect (if I turn off the headset and turn it back on) for a short period. The next day he does not connect itself but I play with bluetooth on the iPhone again.

It has always worked perfectly before the 10th of IOS.

And, as I noticed others mentioning, the volume is much lower with IOS 10. The maximum volume is much lower. I can barely hear it now, more normal background noise, while driving.

I did:

Forget this device for the PLT M50 and paired again (several times)

I did a Reset Network Settings

I don't know what else to do - but it's a 10.0.2 IOS issue.

Hello AppleUser2k,

Please ask questions about your problems of connection between your iPhone and your Plantronics headset since you upgraded to iOS 10. I understand how important it is to have your Bluetooth devices connect with your iPhone with reliability. Here's what I recommend.

The first thing we want to make sure is that all your data is safe. You can perform a backup in iCloud or iTunes using this article: backing up your iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.

Once your data is safe, try the troubleshooting steps in this article to help: get help to connect a Bluetooth accessory with your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch device should also check with the manufacturer that the device has all the drivers and firmware to work with the new version of iOS.

If you have checked everything and that you have installed the latest firmware or driver and always are problems, please be aware of your surroundings when you encounter these problems. If you can isolate the time or location, you see the problems, you can isolate the cause. You can even see this help article to ensure that you are not affected by outside interference: the potential sources of Wi-Fi and Bluetooth.

Thanks again and have a great rest of your day.

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