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I was wondering if there was a way I could delete the other phones besides mine off this list. Even without searching for phones I have those on there right when I pull up then Browse Device menu. Thanks

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Have you just tried clicking on the Bluetooth icon and selecting Open Bluetooth Preferences..should give you this window.

It should probably give you the list and you can click delete.
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They dont show up on that list anymore Ive deleted them from there but they still appear on the other list for some reason Thanks for your response though
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Maybe they're still in the 1st list as they have just been found while searching for your phone, as in they are within range...

Are they phones/devices you recognise?
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They're phones Ive had in the past. I dont have any of them anymore so theyre definately in range
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