Every time you pair your Samsung Galaxy A90, A70, A50, A30 with a Bluetooth device, this Bluetooth device will be added to the list of available Bluetooth devices and displayed as a paired device.
Over time, this will accumulate various Bluetooth devices that you may want to remove from the list of available devices. Sometimes the reason for unpairing may be that you want to fix an error with the Bluetooth device.
Whatever the reason may be, if you do not know how to delete a Bluetooth device, we would like to show you how to remove or unlink it.
Uncoupling a Bluetooth device on the Samsung Galaxy A90, A70, A50, A30
1. Navigate to the settings of your smartphone
2. Open the entry "Connections" and then select "Bluetooth".
3. Then click on the cogwheel symbol to the right of the Bluetooth device you want to remove.
4. In the next step, select "Decouple".
The Bluetooth device will then be decoupled and must be recoupled so that it can be used with the Samsung Galaxy A90, A70, A50, A30, S20+ or S20.
You will know the procedure to unpair and remove a Bluetooth device on the Samsung Galaxy A90, A70, A50, A30, S20+ or S20.