How do I delete a paired Bluetooth device from my Android phone?
Delete Paired Bluetooth® Connection – Android™
- From a Home screen, do one of the following: Ensure Bluetooth is turned on. Navigate: Settings > Connected devices > Connection preferences > Bluetooth. …
- Tap the appropriate device name or the Settings icon. (right).
- Tap ‘Forget’ or ‘Unpair’.
How do you unpair a Bluetooth device?
Make sure Bluetooth is turned on. Touch and hold Bluetooth . Tap Device name.
Configure, unpair, or rename a Bluetooth accessory
- Swipe down from the top of the screen.
- Touch and hold Bluetooth . …
- Make your change:
How do I remove a Bluetooth device from my Samsung Galaxy?
- Swipe up or down to view the apps.
- Touch Settings.
- Touch Connections.
- Touch Bluetooth.
- Touch the Options icon next to the device you want to unpair.
- Touch Unpair.
- The pairing has been removed.
How do I Unforget a device on Bluetooth?
To forget a Bluetooth device:
- Open Settings.
- Tap Bluetooth.
- Tap the blue “i” next to the Bluetooth device you want to forget.
- Tap Forget This Device.
- When prompted again, tap Forget Device.
- You’ll know the device has been forgotten when it no longer appears under My Devices in Settings -> Bluetooth.
How do I clear my Bluetooth history?
Here are the steps to clear your Bluetooth cache:
- Go to Settings.
- Select “Apps”
- Display system apps (you may need to either swipe left/right or choose from the menu in the top right corner)
- Select Bluetooth from the now larger list of Applications.
- Select Storage.
- Tap Clear Cache.
- Go back.
- Finally restart the phone.
Why are my Bluetooth devices paired but not connected?
At first, make a quick check of Bluetooth power and confirmed whether it is turned on or not, try switching on/off a few times. Also, try restarting both the devices and pair them again. Also, we can forget or remove the already saved Bluetooth device from our phone, then refresh the list and connect again.
How do I clear my Bluetooth cache?
Please follow these steps:
- Go to the Settings on your Android device.
- Select Application Manager.
- Click the 3 dots in the top right corner and select All System Apps.
- Scroll and tap on the Bluetooth app.
- Stop your device’s Bluetooth app by tapping Force Stop.
- Next tap Clear Cache.