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I cant delete the last used bluetooth device list from my mobile

Every time i search for a new bluetooth device, a list of last used devices comes up and there is no way to delete them but i really want to get rid of them, they are not paired devices just last used. what can i do to get rid of them?

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  • -xXx-Monz
    -xXx-Monz Jan 07, 2009

    ive already dont that and it didnt work ??

  • Malik Aurangzeb
    Malik Aurangzeb Feb 22, 2009

    unable to clear last bluetooth devices list!!


  • Anonymous Mar 20, 2014

    I bought a used Chevy Silverado and it already has the max number of paired devices. How do I get a list of paired devices to delete them.

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When the old devices shows up......again hit scan for new devices...
the older devices name will be removed then

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