Samsung Galaxy S20 Bluetooth device removal and decoupling - solution

Over time, your Samsung Galaxy S20 will accumulate various Bluetooth devices that you may want to remove from the list of available devices.

 

Or you may want to unplug a Bluetooth device and then add it again as part of a troubleshooting session.

Either way, if you don't know how to remove a Bluetooth device at the moment, we would like to explain how to remove or unlink it here.

Deleting a Bluetooth device on the Samsung Galaxy S20 - Instructions

1. Go to the Android settings

2. Open the "Connections" entry and select "Bluetooth".

3. Next, click the cogwheel icon to the right of the Bluetooth device you want to remove.

4. Select "Unbundling" in the next menu.

The Bluetooth device will then be deleted and must be reconnected to be used with the Samsung Galaxy S20, S20+ or S20.

You know the procedure to unpair and remove a Bluetooth device on the Samsung Galaxy S20, S20+ or S20.


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