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How do I remove old phone from car Bluetooth?

Manage My Devices

To use Bluetooth® audio and hands-free, a Bluetooth®-equipped device must be paired with your vehicle. After a device is paired, it is automatically identified by the system. If several devices have been paired to your vehicle, the Bluetooth® unit links to the most recent device paired. If you pair a device that has been paired to your vehicle more than once, delete «Mazda» on the device before proceeding. Execute the Bluetooth® search on your device and pair to the newly detected «Mazda.»

A maximum of 7 devices (including Bluetooth® audio devices and hands-free mobile phones) can be paired with your vehicle. If Bluetooth® is always turned on in the cell phone, the device will automatically connect to the vehicle whenever the ignition is turned on.

  • Pair (or add) a device
  • Connect or disconnect a paired device
  • Delete a device
  • Change the Bluetooth pairing passcode

Pair (or add) a device:

  1. Select SETTINGS from the Home screen.
  2. Select DEVICES.
  3. Select Bluetooth and turn setting On.
  4. Select Add New Device.
  5. Using your device with Bluetooth turned on, perform a search for the Bluetooth® device (peripheral device) and select Mazda from list.
  6. If the features are compatible with Mazda’s system, all contact, email/SMS functions, SMS, MMS and email messages for the device will download automatically. A download permission operation may be required. Make sure you always allow and accept these messages.

Connect or disconnect a paired device:

  1. Select SETTINGS from the Home screen.
  2. Select DEVICES.
  3. Select Bluetooth and turn setting On.
  4. Select Device #.
    1. Select Phone and Audio to connect device as hands-free and Bluetooth® audio. Press again to disconnect.
    2. Select Phone Only to connect device as hands-free only. Press again to disconnect.
    3. Select Audio Only to connect device as Bluetooth® audio. Press again to disconnect.

    Delete a device:

    1. Select SETTINGS from the Home screen.
    2. Select DEVICES.
    3. Select Bluetooth and turn setting On.
    4. Select the Device # you wish to delete.
    5. Select Unpair This Device to unpair device.
    6. Select Yes.


    – You cannot pair your phone using voice recognition.

    – Create a Wi-Fi hot spot with your paired phone (refer to phone’s owner’s manual for instructions), and then select it from the available networks display.

    – Instructions may vary, depending on your system’s version of software.

    Change the Bluetooth® pairing passcode:

    1. Select SETTINGS from the Home screen.
    2. Select DEVICES.
    3. Select Bluetooth.
    4. Select Bluetooth Settings.
    5. Select Change Passcode.
    6. Input the new passcode to be set.
    7. Select OK.


    Changing the Bluetooth® pairing passcode is only necessary if your device has a preset passcode such as 0000 and requires the Mazda system to have the same passcode.

    How to force remove a paired Bluetooth device from your iPhone

    I had this strange problem happening for a while on my iPhone, where I was unable to forget a Bluetooth device that had been paired before. I did have the option, but it just wouldn’t work, which led to frustrating moments of cursing and yelling at my iPhone.

    But as it turned out, the problem came from the fact that my iPhone was jailbroken, and some tweak I had installed was causing the issue. When I realized that, it didn’t take long until I was able to fix the issue.

    While I don’t doubt you already know how to do just that, I will show you how to delete Bluetooth devices that are connected to your iPhone or iPad, but I will also share with you how I fixed my issue at the same time so that if the problem ever happens to you, you’ll know what to do right away.

    Delete paired Bluetooth device from iPhone

    How to delete paired Bluetooth device from iPhone

    Simply follow these steps to remove a Bluetooth device from your iPhone’s settings. Note that the process is the same with an iPad.

    Forget This Device option in iPhone Bluetooth settings

    1. Go to the Settings app and tap Bluetooth.
    2. Tap the little info icon (i) next to the Bluetooth device you want to remove.
    3. Tap Forget This Device.
    4. Confirm by tapping Forget Device.

    The device should have successfully been removed from your list of connected devices. You can’t connect to it now unless you re-pair it with your iPhone.

    Did the above steps not work for you, and you couldn’t remove the Bluetooth device from your iPhone?

    Follow these tips in case you can’t forget a Bluetooth device:

    • Restart your iPhone, and then retry the above steps.
    • Restart the Bluetooth device, connect it to your iPhone, and then try removing it.
    • You can also unpair your iPhone from the Bluetooth settings of that Bluetooth device. For example, I can go to the Bluetooth section on my car’s dashboard and remove my paired iPhone from there. Similarly, if you reset your AirPods or other wireless headphones, it automatically deletes all the devices it was previously connected with.
    • If the problem continues, reset all settings of your iPhone. After this, you should be able to forget paired Bluetooth devices.

    How to force remove paired Bluetooth devices

    This trick will only work if your iPhone is jailbroken. If your iPhone is not jailbroken, then the instructions above should do the trick for you.

    Follow these steps if your iPhone is jailbroken and won’t let you forget connected Bluetooth devices:

    1. Turn off your iPhone.
    2. Next, turn on your iPhone.
    3. As soon as you see the Apple logo, press and hold the Volume Up button. Keep holding until you see your iPhone Lock Screen. This will force your iPhone to start in Safe Mode, where all jailbreak extensions are disabled.
    4. Follow the instructions above to remove paired Bluetooth devices.
    5. Reboot your iPhone.

    That is it! Hopefully, this will help you fix your Bluetooth-related problems.

    Bluetooth tips:

    • How to rename Bluetooth devices on your iPhone and Mac
    • Ways the new Bluetooth LE Audio features will boost the audio experience on AirPods
    • How to improve Bluetooth audio on Mac
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