How do I delete a Bluetooth device from a Honda CR-V from 2018?

I have a 2018 Honda CR-V that I recently purchased from a private seller. Everything’s been hunky-dory so far and I like the way it drives—however, I haven’t been able to connect a Bluetooth device because the queue is entirely full of other people’s phones. How can I delete other phones and devices from Bluetooth in a 2018 CR-V?

Eric Schad · Answered on Dec 13, 2022
Reviewed by Shannon Martin, Licensed Insurance Agent.
That sounds frustrating for sure! Deleting a Bluetooth device from the 2018 Honda CR-V should only take you a few minutes. To delete a Bluetooth device from your CR-V, follow these steps:
  1. Press the settings button on the home screen.
  2. Select phone settings.
  3. Select Bluetooth device list.
  4. Scroll until you find the device you want to delete.
  5. Select the device.
  6. Scroll again and select delete this device.
  7. Select yes when the confirmation appears.
  8. Repeat these steps for all the devices you want to delete from your Honda CR-V.
Once you delete enough of the previously connected devices, you should be free to pair your own phone to the infotainment system!
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