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How do I remove Bluetooth device?

(Topic created: 07-27-2022 08:00 AM)
Cpure
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Galaxy S22

How do I remove bluetooth device that is already paired with old phone on S22 ultra

 

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LongHiker
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@Cpure Open the Bluetooth settings. Find the device that you want to remove. Click the gear icon all the way to the right of the device name. Click unpair in lower right corner. 

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LongHiker
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@Cpure Open the Bluetooth settings. Find the device that you want to remove. Click the gear icon all the way to the right of the device name. Click unpair in lower right corner. 

Cpure
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Galaxy S22
Thanks, i just that, now I am having trouble pairing microsoft surface headphones. It won't find the device. Any help appreciated.
Cpure
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Galaxy S22
My S22 Ultra can't find my Microsoft Surface Earphones with Bluetooth. It worked fine with my Note 8. Is there a way to make this happen.
Deja3
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Galaxy S22
Try connecting it through your SmartThings app; see if that works
LongHiker
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@Cpure First you need to put your earphones into pairing mode. Have you done that?

Cpure
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Thank you. I have taken care of it.
JW2425
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Galaxy S22
You used to be able to forget a device, not just unpaired. Why is that no longer an option. I unpaired a device, but it keeps wanting me to pair to same device. I need it gone completely.
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