Bluetooth is a short range wireless technology which enables wireless data transmission between two Bluetoothâ€“enabled devices located nearby each other.
Bluetooth lets you use all sorts of wireless devices with your phoneâ€”Bluetooth headsets, headphones, a handsâ€‘free system in your car, speakers, fitness trackersâ€”just to name a few. You can pair your Bluetooth device with your phone.
If one Bluetoothâ€“enabled (turned on) device is in discovery mode and discovers another Bluetoothâ€“enabled device nearby, it can query for its services and choose to establish a Bluetooth link, or a ‘pairing relationship’, with the other Bluetoothâ€“enabled device. Establishing a Bluetooth link with another Bluetoothâ€“enabled device is also known as pairing.
Wireless devices with Bluetooth radios must be paired with each other before they can communicate.
Once the two devices have been paired, they will automatically connect to each other when they are within range and have Bluetooth turned on.
This tutorial will show you how to remove a paired Bluetooth device on your Windows 10 Mobile phone.