In this post, we will list the possible solutions to fix Bluetooth audio stuttering in Windows 11/10. Audio stuttering is also called Sound distortion. There are several causes of this error, like corrupted or outdated drivers, frequency issues, etc. Some users have reported that the issue was fixed when they turned off their WiFi connection. This usually happens when the Bluetooth uses the same frequency as the WiFi signal does.
Fix Bluetooth audio stuttering in Windows 11/10
If you are facing Bluetooth audio stuttering issue by connecting your Bluetooth audio device with Windows 11/10 computer, you can try the following solutions to fix the problem.
- Run Bluetooth Troubleshooter.
- Switch between WiFi bands.
- Disable and re-enable the Audio Enhancements.
- Reinstall the Bluetooth and WiFi drivers.
- Set Roaming Aggressiveness to the Lowest value in the Wireless Network adapter properties.
- Disable the Remote Control property of your Bluetooth device.
- Disable Bluetooth Collaboration in Broadcom Network Adapter properties.
- Use a USB cable.
- Turn off the Bluetooth of other devices or unpair them.
- Restart Bluetooth Support Service.
Let’s discuss all these solutions in detail.
1] Run Bluetooth Troubleshooter
Because this issue is related to Bluetooth, running the Bluetooth Troubleshooter may fix it. To run the troubleshooter, you have to follow the steps given below:
- Right-click on the Start button and select Settings to open the Settings app.
- Click Update & Security.
- Select Troubleshoot from the left side.
- Now, select Additional troubleshooters from the right pane.
- Scroll down and select Bluetooth. After that, click the Run the troubleshooter button.
After the troubleshooting gets completed, see if the issue persists or not.
2] Switch between WiFi bands
One main cause of the Bluetooth audio stuttering problem on Windows 11/10 is the interference issue. The interference issue generally occurs when the two wireless devices use the same frequency. In your case, it is possible that the frequency of your Bluetooth device and WiFi router is the same. To check it, you can turn off your WiFi router and see if it helps. If it works, it means that you are encountering this issue due to the Bluetooth and WiFi signal interference. This can be fixed by changing the frequency of your WiFi router.
3] Disable and re-enable the Audio Enhancements
Windows 10 comes with Audio Enhancements feature that you can use to increase the sound quality of particular audio hardware. Sometimes, this feature causes some issues with the audio devices. If the above two solutions did not help you fix the issue, you can try this trick; disable the Audio Enhancements on your system and then re-enable them again.
4] Reinstall the Bluetooth and WiFi drivers
You can also try reinstalling your Bluetooth device drivers. We have listed the steps for the same below:
- Right-click on the Start menu and select Device Manager.
- In the Device Manager, expand the Bluetooth node.
- Right-click on your Bluetooth device driver and select the Uninstall device option. Follow the on-screen instructions.
- After the uninstallation process gets completed, reboot your computer.
- Windows will scan for the hardware changes on the restart and install the missing Bluetooth device driver automatically.</…….