1. shobuddy's Avatar
    I use a few bluetooth devices with the Charge and recently got ride of some BT stereo headphones. I want to delete the profile for these headphones off my Charge but see now way to do so. I've looked in the user manual and played with the Bluetooth settings menu as well.
    07-07-2011 09:53 PM
  2. fundragon's Avatar
    I want to delete the profile for these headphones off my Charge but see now way to do so
    When I long-press a paired device, a menu pops up with the "Unpair" option. If you get the same thing, you should be able to un-pair the headphones, which should delete the profile.
    07-08-2011 02:48 AM
  3. shobuddy's Avatar
    When I long-press a paired device, a menu pops up with the "Unpair" option. If you get the same thing, you should be able to un-pair the headphones, which should delete the profile.
    Unpairing only seems to do just that, unpair it. It doesn't delete the profile. The item/device is still listed.
    07-08-2011 07:42 AM
  4. shobuddy's Avatar
    I spoke to Samsung CS and deleting a bluetooth profile from a phone cannot be done unless you have the device. So for those who loose their bluetooth device or get rid of it like I did, you're out of luck unless you do a factory reset.
    07-08-2011 10:46 AM
  5. dviolett's Avatar
    I still have my device, how would I go about deleting the BT profile for it?
    07-15-2011 12:53 PM
  6. shobuddy's Avatar
    I still have my device, how would I go about deleting the BT profile for it?
    I don't know, try pairing & connecting them and see what options are available.
    07-17-2011 01:18 PM
  7. headake#AC's Avatar
    Go to bluetooth settings and press the device you want removed and choose unpair. Then turn your bluetooth device on .Next select scan devices and it will remove the device you had unpaired.
    08-02-2011 11:38 PM
  8. nuncio.bitis's Avatar
    Unfortunately this isn't working. I have 2 non-existent devices that I want to remove.
    I "unpair" each of them, then re-scan. They disappear from the list.
    Then I turn off BT, then turn it back on. Both devices are now back on the list, showing up as paired. How do you actually delete these devices and stop them from "pairing" every time BT is turned on?
    08-14-2011 07:43 PM
  9. 04redgto's Avatar
    Unpair, click bt device n hold, is there not an option to delete?
    08-14-2011 07:59 PM
  10. AVWC's Avatar
    I see this all too often in my line of work...tech support...
    Usually what seems to work...go to...
    Settings > Applications > Manage Applications > Select the "ALL" tab > Select available option (Bluetooth) or (Bluetooth Share) > Select either [Clear Data] or [Clear Cache]

    Once you do that turn the phone off!

    Seems to work well!
    01-03-2013 04:36 PM
  11. shobuddy's Avatar
    I see this all too often in my line of work...tech support...
    Usually what seems to work...go to...
    Settings > Applications > Manage Applications > Select the "ALL" tab > Select available option (Bluetooth) or (Bluetooth Share) > Select either [Clear Data] or [Clear Cache]

    Once you do that turn the phone off!

    Seems to work well!
    I have the "Bluetooth Share" option, however, all the buttons were greyed out, including clear data & clear share.
    01-04-2013 07:51 AM
  12. AVWC's Avatar
    If you have the option to "Stop...", select that...

    If not do you have data in there or is it read as 0 kb?
    02-22-2013 06:32 PM
  13. Catherine Ives's Avatar
    Search on plantronics support for re-pairing vs new pairing. When you turn on the headset, you have to hold the call button for ~6 secs until it toggles red and blue. Make your phone visible for discovery, then scan and/ or choose the plt 50 on the list of devices on ypur phone. It should re-pair.
    12-22-2013 01:01 PM
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