Galaxy S8 And Galaxy S8 Plus: How To Remove Paired Bluetooth Devices

The more you use your Samsung Galaxy S8 or Galaxy S8 Plus smartphone, the more often you will find yourself wanting to connect it to another device via Bluetooth. At some point, your list of connected Bluetooth devices will be so big that you will start asking yourself how to remove paired Bluetooth devices.

You may be concerned that the Bluetooth connection is too slow or not working properly because of all those paired devices. Perhaps you just don’t like the way that long list looks. Or you might actually have problems when trying to connect to a particular device, in which case, unpairing everything and refreshing the Bluetooth connection with that particular device might help.

 

No matter the context, if you are determined to clean up your Samsung Galaxy S8 or Galaxy S8 Plus paired Bluetooth devices list, here is how to do it:

  1. Go to the Home screen;
  2. Access the Apps folder;
  3. Tap on the Settings app;
  4. Select the Bluetooth icon;
  5. A list of paired devices will open up on the screen;
  6. Identify a particular pairing that you would like to remove;
  7. Tap the gear icon next to it;
  8. Tap the Decoupling option in the next sub-menu;
  9. Repeat with all the connections that you want to get rid of;
  10. Leave the menus when you’re ready.

 

By the end of this process, all the unnecessary connections will vanish from your Bluetooth list. Now you know how to decouple a Bluetooth device from your Galaxy S8 or Galaxy S8 Plus smartphone and you can keep pairing and unpairing other devices with ease.

 

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