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Removing bluetooth devices?

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by CZSteve, Sep 12, 2010.

  1. CZSteve

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    First - let me know if this is not the correct discussion group.

    How do you remove a bluetooth device?

    Path I'm taking:
    - Settings
    - Wireless & Networks
    - Bluetooth Settings
    - Menu

    The only option I receive via menu is 'Scan for Devices'

    Phone: HTC Hero w/ version 2.1
     

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    if you do a rescan it will remove the ones that arent in range or turned off
     
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    Copestag - thanks for the reply but that did not work.

    Still have two devices that are off and no where near the phone; still shows as 'paired but not connected'.

    Any other suggestions?

    Thanks,
    Steve
     
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    Press and hold and then select unpair.
     
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    Thanks, that did it.
    Should have thought of that...
     
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