When you connect a Bluetooth device to your Samsung Galaxy S9, it is stored in the Paired Devices list.
This Bluetooth entry will remain there until you remove it again.
Over time, this list will grow considerably depending on how many Bluetooth devices you paired on average. Here, it makes sense to remove various devices again, especially if you will no longer use them.
Below we will show you how to remove paired Bluetooth devices on the Samsung Galaxy S9:
Remove paired Bluetooth devices
1. Open the settings and navigate to "Connections"
2. Select Bluetooth
3. Make sure that Bluetooth is turned on the Samsung Galaxy S9.
4. You will now see a list of all paired devices.
5. To remove a device from the list that is no longer in use, tap the gear symbol and then tap "Decouple" in the next submenu. Done!
You are now familiar with the procedure for removing a paired Bluetooth device from the Samsung Galaxy S9.
This should give you a better overview of the Bluetooth connections on your Samsung Galaxy S9 that are really often used.