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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by gridbug, Jan 3, 2010.

  1. gridbug

    gridbug Well-Known Member
    Thread Starter

    Can't seem to figure this one out, and there doesn't seem to be a specific answer to this in similar threads... sorry if I missed it!

    Basically I have a couple devices showing in my bluetooth list that I no longer own and would like to delete them from that list. Is there a simple way to do it that I'm overlooking? This is probably more of an OCD thing than a superneccessity, but any help would be appreciated.

    Thanx! :D
     


  2. gridbug

    gridbug Well-Known Member
    Thread Starter

    Gave it another shot, figured it out! Posting it here in case anyone else comes looking for same:

    Menu -> Settings -> Wireless Controls -> Bluetooth Settings ->
    Press and HOLD on device you want to uninstall (delete)
    Uninstall device when prompted
    Scan for devices again, the uninstalled device disappears from the list!
    Press BACK (multiple) to return to Home Screen
    Celebrate the win!

    :p
     
  3. jamesbbushman

    jamesbbushman Lurker

    I have been trying to remove several blue-tooth devices from my HTC Evo 4 for several days with no luck. Tried your forum and Wonderful ... there was the answer ... and it worked that simply. THANKS VERY MUCH!!! Jim B
     
  4. DMcC

    DMcC Lurker

    I've been struggling with this for several days, including hours today. Thanks for your help.
     
  5. shihpoo

    shihpoo Lurker

    I had to turn on Bluetooth before I could find the device.
     
  6. Rogerio Cunha

    Rogerio Cunha Lurker

    Great post. Just needed and was the first answer found.
     
  7. timstow

    timstow Lurker

    very happy to get this answer. I will check this forum for answers in the future
     
  8. joerajeev

    joerajeev Lurker

    I thought it worked initially, but when i turn turn BT off and then on again, the devices deleted, re-appears! Doesnt anyone else have this problem??
     

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