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does anyone know how to solve this problem i have with bluetooth on my mac ?


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i want to delete the devices i have searched for using bluetooth, does anyone know how to delete them ?
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more info please:
where are you seeing the device list you want to delete from?
what is the problem (why do you want to delete some from the list)?
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If you are running Leopard
you can open the Bluetooth preferences pane in the System Preferences and highlight and delete the devices using the little minus sign at the bottom of the pane



In Tiger
you should find it in the same place just under the tab devices I think it's called in English. Just highlight the device and there is a delete button to use

Now with Leopard

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