How to remove a Bluetooth device from Honda civic

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How to remove a Bluetooth device from Honda civic
  • What to Know:
  • Turn radio on > press the phone button symbol > Choose Phone Setup > select Bluetooth Setup > tap delete device > do confirmation

You’ve come to the right place if you’re seeking directions on how to remove a Bluetooth device from Honda civic. If your Bluetooth device isn’t operating correctly or you’d want to upgrade to a newer model then I’ll show you how to accomplish precisely that in this post.

How to remove a Bluetooth device from Honda civic

Step By Step Guidance:

  • Turn on the radio.
  • Just to the right of the radio screen, press the phone button symbol.
  • Choose Phone Setup. Scroll down with the radio dial until you discover System Clear.
  • Bluetooth Setup is the option to select.
  • Scroll down with the radio dial until you see Delete Device.
  • When the confirmation box appears, click yes to erase the prior owner’s Bluetooth pairing.

How to disconnect your Honda’s Bluetooth

Step By Step Guidance:

  • Select “Settings” from the drop-down menu.
  • To choose “Phone Settings,” go to the bottom of the screen and push in on the control stick.
  • To pick it, scroll to “Bluetooth Device List” and push in on the control stick.
  • By pushing in on the control stick, you may select whatever device you want to delete.
  • To pick it, scroll to “Delete This Device” and push in on the control stick.
  • There will be a confirmation screen. To confirm, select yes by pushing in on the control stick.
  • Your phone has now been removed from your vehicle’s system, and a confirmation window will appear at the bottom of the screen.

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