LittleBird requires Bluetooth access for the LittleBird to function properly, and without that permission enabled, the app may crash when you try to open it. To remedy this, you must enable Bluetooth (or Nearby Devices) for the LittleBird app. The steps to do this may vary depending on your phone and Android version, but here are a couple of methods to help you enable the proper permission:

Method 1:

  1. Open your phone’s Settings app

  2. Tap Apps

  3. Scroll down and tap LittleBird

  4. Tap Permissions

  5. Under the Not Allowed section, tap Bluetooth or Nearby Devices

  6. Tap Allow

  7. Close Settings and open the LittleBird app 

Method 2:

  1. Uninstall the LittleBird app

  2. Reinstalled the LittleBird app

  3. Open the LittleBird

  4. When prompted to grant permissions to the LittleBird app, make sure to enable the Bluetooth or Nearby Devices permission

If neither of these methods works for you or the LittleBird is still crashing after enabling the Bluetooth (Nearby Devices) permission, please don’t hesitate to contact our Support Team at