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Hi, the only way you can solve this problem is this.. Remember that when you started using the blue tooth kit you paired it with your cell phone, So the only way you can remove the bond between the blue tooth kit and your cell phone is not to unpair,you will need to delete the pairing that's the only way..
When you delete the pairing device connecting both the blue tooth kit and the cell phone, it will not bond any more..
Bluetooth: How to Delete a Paired Device
You can delete a paired device in Bluetooth preferences. Follow these steps:
1. Choose Apple menu -> System Preferences.
2. Click Bluetooth.
3. Click Devices.
4. Select the device you want to delete from the Bluetooth Devices listing.
5. Click the Delete Pairing button.
6. Click Delete or "Disconnect and Delete".
To use this device with your computer again, use the Bluetooth Setup Assistant to pair them again.
Note: Some Bluetooth devices (such as keyboards and mice) are designed to be paired and used with one computer at a time. If you pair your keyboard or mouse with another computer, delete the pairing with the original computer first. This will ensure that the device only attempts to operate with the intended computer.
Posted on Mar 18, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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