More and more wireless accessories or peripherals for Mac that connect to it via Bluetooth. In today’s tutorial we will show in a very simple way how to remove any device from the Bluetooth connection on our Mac.
It is important to mention that when removing a Bluetooth device from the Mac, it will no longer be automatically reconnected when both are within range or when they are on.
How to remove a Mac Bluetooth device
- The first step we must do is go to the Apple menu and select ‘System preferences‘
- Choose the “Bluetooth” preferences panel
- Locate and click on the Bluetooth device that you want to disconnect and remove it from the Mac.
- Followed by this we will have to click on the button (X) to delete the Bluetooth device, as we can see in the following image.
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To finish it will be necessary to confirm that we want to delete and disconnect the Bluetooth device from the Mac.
These simple steps can be done in the same way with all the devices that we want, as long as those devices have been linked with the computer.
This tutorial focuses on how to permanently remove some device from your Bluetooth connection, which is not the same as turning off the Bluetooth connection. Disabling the Bluetooth connection allows us to unlink the device temporarily so we can reconnect it whenever we want.
If what we want is this, only disable the connection without removing any device, we will have to go to settings, bluetooth and click on the button that says ” disconnect “. To reconnect it, we must do the same step in reverse, as long as we have the device in a close range.