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Remove bluetooth paired devices?

I can't remove a paired device from the list. There are 5 from previous owner. Remove option grayed out. I tried resetting and doesn't help.

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On the paired device list screen, just wait it out for about 10 minutes or so and the list of devices will eventually become enabled (device names will turn from being greyed out to white). You can then select a device and then hit the remove button. After that, as you go back to the main Bluetooth setup screen, you may notice that the register new device button is stilled greyed out. Just wait a little bit and that should become enabled too. Good luck. I found all this out by accident as I was troubleshooting the same problem on my unit.

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