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Q: How do I delete a paired phone from the Bluetooth system?

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How do I delete a paired phone from the Bluetooth system?

Deleting a paired phone from the Bluetooth system is very easy, and takes only a few seconds:

  1. Press the Config button on the infotainment system.

  2. Select Phone Settings, then select Bluetooth, and then select Device List.

  3. Select the phone that you would like to delete.

  4. Follow the infotainment system’s on-screen prompts to delete the phone.

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