W/o thinking much about it, I connected my Bluetooth earpiece (ufo) to the fridge thinking maybe I could stream Pandora to the earpiece so as not to bother my family with my tunes. They make contact, and the fridge makes a ufo entry in the list of Bluetooth devices, but it says there was a connection error & I can't stream to the ufo. Furthermore, when I use my ufo with my iPhone, the fridge also plays what I hear through the ufo. I can unpair the ufo, but I can't make the fridge ignore it, so every time I turn on the ufo, it reconnects to my iPhone and also to the fridge, so I have to manually unpair from the fridge each time. There doesn't seem to be a way to get back to the pre-connection regime where the fridge ignores the ufo. Any suggestions?
On the Family Hub, go to Settings>Connections>Bluetooth. On the Bluetooth screen, select the settings gear next to you paired device. Select Unpair from this screen to remove the device.
Yes, obviously I can do that each and every time I turn my Bluetooth earpiece on, but it is tedious and time-consuming. I was hoping for a solution that would make the fridge completely forget about the earpiece and not accept its pairing requests.
Before I foolishly asked the fridge to pair with it, the fridge happily ignored its pairing requests. Now it seems there's no way to go back to that scenario.
Are you using the Bluetooth on the Family Hub for any other connections? If you turn off the Bluetooth function, do you see a notification on the screen?