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#1 GettinOld

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Posted 23 August 2017 - 04:03 PM

Hi forum users,

 

I have the x940bt and I've been using the Bluetooth and my iphone since I go the unit back in 2013.  So the Bluetooth registered list is lengthy and I don't have the phones anymore.  Is there a way to de-register the not needed connections?  My new iphone has been registered but when I saw the list, i have 5 or six other devices listed that I don't even have anymore?  I just want to know if there is a way to remove the unwanted devices from the list.  I don't see any delete or remove buttons.

 

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#2 RonS

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Posted 23 August 2017 - 04:20 PM

Hi forum users,

 

I have the x940bt and I've been using the Bluetooth and my iphone since I go the unit back in 2013.  So the Bluetooth registered list is lengthy and I don't have the phones anymore.  Is there a way to de-register the not needed connections?  My new iphone has been registered but when I saw the list, i have 5 or six other devices listed that I don't even have anymore?  I just want to know if there is a way to remove the unwanted devices from the list.  I don't see any delete or remove buttons.

 

Thanks,

According to the update documentation, installing the Bluetooth firmware clears the Connection List. Presumably this would also happen if you re-installed the same version. BT v3.32 (latest version) has been around for about 4 yrs and I don't recall whether it cleared my list. Actually, I've had the same phone for over 4 yrs.



#3 GettinOld

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Posted 29 August 2017 - 02:08 PM

RonS you're correct.  I upgraded my x940BT with the new ver 7.00 and although I already had the 3.32 bt firmware, it wiped all my devices from the list.  I then added my recent phone and its all good. 

 

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