How do you delete a Bluetooth device from a Honda Accord from 2020?

I recently got a new iPhone, but I want to remove a few older phones paired with my 2020 Honda Accord. How do I do that?

Andrea Barrett · Updated on
Reviewed by Shannon Martin, Licensed Insurance Agent.
Clearing up space on your Accord’s Bluetooth menu is a great idea! To delete a Bluetooth device from a 2020
Honda Accord
, follow these steps:
  • Press the Phone button or select Phone in the Options menu on your Accord’s multimedia screen
  • Select Phone Setup
  • Select Bluetooth® Setup
  • Select Delete Device
  • Scroll to and select the paired device you want to delete from the vehicle
  • Select Yes to confirm the delete
You’re all done—you’ve successfully removed a paired Bluetooth® device from your Honda Accord!
If you’re pairing your new iPhone to your Honda Accord for the first time, you’ll want to follow these steps:
  • On your mobile device, access the Bluetooth menu and ensure it’s activated.
  • On your Accord’s multimedia screen, click the Home button at the top left.
  • Press “Phone” and then press “Yes” to confirm.
  • You will be prompted to add a new device. Tap “Yes” to confirm and select the correct device from the list on the screen.
  • On your phone, open the Bluetooth menu and select HandsFreeLink®. The two will now start the pairing process.
  • Once complete, you will see a confirmation message, and your mobile device and Honda multimedia system are now connected via Bluetooth and HandsFreeLink®.
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