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Want to remove Motoraola H350 Bluetooth from MOTORAZRV3T phone

I cannot remove the H350 Device from cell phone (Unpair)
going to Settings-choosing Connection -selecting Bluetooth Link-going to Device History-Select Motorola H350 -I only have 2 options Edit/Add - when I select Edit/Add and Delete - the Delete function only gets rid of the Device Name -it does not remove the H350 Device from the RAZR V3T phone.

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Try going into paired devices or active devices and delete from there

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