Bluetooth on HTC Desire

Posted on 2011-10-02
Last Modified: 2012-05-12
I'm having an odd problem with my HTC desire.

Android v 2.2.1
kernel version

I have paired with another phone via bluetooth, it is showing as paired but not connected, and i can't find anyway to remove it from my list of availabel devices, evern though the phone is nowhere near me.  I have removed battery and sim card, and the phone is still showing.
Question by:Stuartjrose
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    Try to do a long click on the phone name (of the other paired phone) in your Bluetooth Settings... This should give you an option to "Unpair". If you choose Unpair, it should remove it from the list.

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