How do I Unpair a Bluetooth device?

Last modified : Mar 29. 2018
How to Unpair a Bluetooth device

Steps for Android OS Version 7.0+ (Nougat)Click to Expand
1 Go into the Settings menu > Connections.
Settings > Connections
2 Tap on Bluetooth.
Tap on Bluetooth
3 Tap on the Settings cog of the Bluetooth device you wish to Unpair with.
Tap on the Settings cog
4 Tap on Unpair.
Tap Unpair
5 The Bluetooth device has now been successfully unpaired from your Mobile device.
Bluetooth device has been unpaired
Steps for Android OS Version 4.4 (Kit Kat) and belowClick to Expand
1 Go to the Settings menu > Connections tab > Bluetooth.
Settings > Connections > Bluetooth
2 Tap on the Settings cog of the Bluetooth device you wish to Unpair with.
Tap on the Settings cog on the Bluetooth device you wish to Unpair with
3 Tap on Unpair.
Tap on Unpair
4 The Bluetooth device has now been successfully unpaired from your Mobile device.
Device has been Unpaired

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