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My nexsus 4 bluetooth keeps turning off

My nexus 4 bluetooth keeps turning off, and i get disconnected from my speaker all the time, what could be wrong?

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DO you also have WIFI network problems? If so, you may be faced with a failing module. You may also wish to restore your mobile to factory settings to see if that helps

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